Laser Phototherapy Therapy & Theradome

Theradome® Brings New Hope To Hair Loss Sufferers 

Theradome® brings new hope to hair loss sufferers.  The Theradome® LH80 PRO is a unique home use Laser Phototherapy (LPT) helmet.  FDA cleared for the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss, both the PRO LH80 and EVO LH40 cover the entire affected scalp region.

Androgenetic alopecia or pattern hair loss is the most common form of hair loss. In men it is recognised as a well defined pattern of baldness or in women an overall thinning at the top or largely the front of the head. Laser Phototherapy is a recognised, effective and powerful hair regrowth treatment for treating this type of hair loss.

Women with other hair loss issues can use Theradome® laser helmets. Pregnancy,  hair loss caused by ill health such as flu or COVID, surgery and post chemotherapy.

One of the largest groups of client  are those post menopausal ladies who simply just have ageing hair. As we age, hair becomes finer, it is a fact of life.

One of the most noticeable benefits people using laser therapy report is an overall improvement in hair quality, structure and condition. Hair diameter can improve over time with using laser phototherapy, reversing the signs of hair ageing and improving manageability.

Theradome® and Male Hair Loss

The Theradome™ is cleared for both men and women. 

The Theradome LH80 PRO is an over-the-counter (OTC) therapeutic device intended to treat Androgenetic Alopecia and promote hair growth in males who have Norwood-Hamilton Classifications of IIa to V patterns of hair loss with Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to IV.

Using Laser Phototherapy For Male Pattern Hair Loss

  • Monitor Your Results – We recommend taking photographs of your hair when you start treating, then every 3-4 months for comparison. Ideally you should use a good quality camera preferably in natural day light without a flash. Cameras on quality Smartphone’s and tablets adjust automatically to light and often take better, more realistic close proximity hair photographs than many cameras. Take photographs at different angles and expose the areas you are most concerned about. If your hair is longer, the ideal most easily duplicable method of photographing hair is to part in the centre, clip hair down each side then photograph the parting.
  • Have reasonable expectations and patience – even the hair loss drug Propecia takes 12 months to see any noticeable cosmetic improvement and then regrowth is only experienced in 35% of users.
  • Ensure Consistency – LPT needs to be used a minimum of twice a week. Many men find they notice an improvement in their hair sooner if they treat more frequently. Theradome® may be used up to a maximum of once in a 24 hour period.
  • Make sure your hair and scalp are clean – laser light does not penetrate to the hair follicle as effectively through scalp oil or product. The best time to use laser therapy is on freshly washed hair before applying topical treatments (if you use them) or styling products. 

Theradome and Female Hair Loss

Theradome® has been cleared by the FDA for the treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia in women. However, women with other forms of hair loss and thinning may also benefit from laser phototherapy treatment.

How do I determine if Theradome® is right for me?

The Theradome® laser helmet is designed to be used at any hair loss stage but the earlier it is used the better. There are several scales to help determine the stages in women’s hair loss. In female hair loss, the Savin Scale measures overall thinning and hair density. Compare your own hair to the charts to determine which stage of hair thinning you are closest to.

How Does Theradome® Laser Phototherapy Help Hair Growth?

Theradome® laser hair growth merges four main principles; effective cold lasers, 680 nm powerful red light, optimal energy dosage and maximum therapy. Unlike LEDs, only laser devices produce coherent, aligned, synchronised light waves.  The Theradome® PRO LH80 laser helmet has 80 diodes making it as powerful as a clinical Laser Phototherapy device.

Coherent laser light can successfully penetrate the scalp to 3-5 mm to reach the follicle base. Laser photons travel all in the same direction to penetrate to the dermal layer. The photons of LED’s are undirected which causes a significant loss of energy and penetration to the follicle. Therfore the energy from LED’s is not as effective in treating hair loss.  

Our proprietary cold lasers stimulate cell mitochondria to produce energy and effectively rejuvenate hair. Laser Phototherapy is not a cure for hair loss but consistent use can achieve positive results.

Where can I buy Theradome from?

We recommend purchasing Theradome directly from the UK distributer – Theradome GB

Theradome GB are The UK’s Official Distributor Of The Theradome® PRO LH80 and EVO LH40. More information can be found by clicking on the logo below: