When looking for treatments for your hair loss, there several different option that can help you regrow your hair. From topical hair loss foams to advanced LLLT devices and hair transplant robots, men and women have a wide range of methods of treating their alopecia. They’ve all be designed and formulated for safety and effectiveness. We can categorize these solutions into two categories: non-surgical and surgical options.
Topical foam treatments
Like some minoxidil, made by the brand name Rogaine®, is effective at stopping androgenetic alopecia when under the guidance of a physician or manufacturers instruction. Minoxidil is usually recommended to be applied twice a day.
Prescription hair loss medications
Medications like finasteride, like from the brand Propecia®, can help stop hair loss a little differently from minoxidil. However, this can only be prescribed though a physician, whereas minoxidil can be purchased over the counter or prescribed through a physician.
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT)
Where Capillus shines the brightest, we specialize in low-level laser therapy (or LLLT). This technology utilizes a specific wavelength of red light to stimulate hair growth. LLLT is mess-free, quick, and effective. For many of Capillus’ caps, you don’t need a prescription – yet you get physician level care all right at home.
Strip Donor Transplant
Capillus uses medical-grade laser diodes to stimulate hair growth in just 6 minutes a day. Capillus' line of caps ranges from specifically targeting a region of your scalp, to full-scalp coverage for optimal growth. Capillus has plenty of treatment options you’re your alopecia.
Robotic FUE Transplant
A newer and more advanced method of hair transplant that uses state-of-the-art digital imaging and robotics equipment to locate, extract, and prep individual donor hairs for transplant. Similarly to FUE, surgeons must transplant each unit of donor hair by hand to restore the patient’s thinning or balding areas.
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