Maximizing Hair Transplant Success: The Long-Term Benefits of LLLT Therapy

Maximizing Hair Transplant Success: The Long-Term Benefits of LLLT Therapy

Although your doctor will prescribe a post-surgical aftercare list, a product that many surgeons would highly encourage you to look into is a low level laser therapy cap (LLLT Cap). Not only will this product speed up your recovery, but it has proven to exponentially benefit hair growth and health. So let’s dive into this magical hat.

What Is LLLT?

LLLT is a non-invasive hair growth treatment. The light is emitted a specific wavelength that penetrates the scalp and is absorbed by the cells in the hair follicles. This stimulation helps to increase blood circulation, deliver more oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles, and activates the hair growth cycle. NOT only does more hair grow out of each follicle, but the density, thickness and quality of each hair strand are improved.

5 Benefits Of Using LLLT Post Hair Transplant

1. Accelerated Healing

LLLT has been proven to promote tissue repair and reduce overall  healing time. The non-invasive treatment will stimulate blood flow, increase oxygen and nutrients delivery to the transplanted hair follicles. This can lead to faster healing and a quicker recovery from the surgical procedure.

2. Improved New Hair Follicle Survival

There is no guarantee that the new hair follicle will thrive post surgery. So we must do anything we can to enhance the survival rate of transplanted hair follicles. From a cellular level, the light energy gets absorbed and gets converted to ATP which can be used by the cell to increase overall activity. This can result in a higher percentage of successfully transplanted hair follicles that continue to grow and thrive.

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3. Enhanced Hair Growth

Not only does LLLT help with new transplanted hair follicles, but it can also promote new growth in your already existing hair. The LLLT will stimulate new transplanted hair and pre-existing weaker hair to enter a new and prolonged growth phase. With the increased blood circulation, your hair will receive all the oxygen and vitamins it needs to enhance the health, thickness, and luster of the surrounding hair, creating a more harmonious and natural-looking result.

4. Reduced Inflammation and Discomfort

Post-transplant, it’s natural to experience inflammation, redness, or discomfort in the scalp for the first month. After all, it is still a fairly invasive procedure. Fortunately, LLLT has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce inflammation. It also promotes the release of endorphins, which act as natural painkillers, providing relief during the healing process.

5. Minimized Shedding

Shedding of transplanted hair follicles, known as shock loss, can occur after a hair transplant procedure. LLLT has been shown to reduce the risk of shock loss by improving blood flow and nourishment to the transplanted hair follicles. It helps to strengthen the hair follicles and minimize the risk of shedding, resulting in better hair retention post-surgery.

TLDR: LLLT promotes growth, increases transplant success, and reduces recovery and pain. The best part? It has no known side-effects of its own. 

After investing so much into your hair transplant, why wouldn’t you want to make the small additional step to ensure its success? 

To learn more about LLLT, hair transplantation, or whether all of this is the right move for you.

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