The Benefits of LaserCap
LaserCap is a powerful, effective laser hair restoration treatment that can be used at home on your terms. With 224 pulsed laser diodes, LaserCap covers the entire head for a completely natural-looking, even pattern of regrowth. Laser technology has long been used for hair restoration at clinics around the world. Today, LaserCap lets you take that power home.
No Incisions, No Scarring
LaserCap uses the power of laser light to stimulate hair regrowth at the cellular level. Because it's not a hair transplant, no surgery or incisions are necessary. This method provides maximum discretion and gradual, natural-looking results.
Convenience & Ease
Once you undergo an initial appointment with Dr. Hasen, you'll be able to take LaserCap home to use on your own. LaserCap is rechargeable, and it can be discreetly hidden under your favorite hat — whether it's a baseball cap or a beanie. Based on your hair type and level of hair loss, Dr. Hasen will recommend a treatment schedule. For most patients, a single 30-minute session every other day is enough to kick-start the regrowth process. Use LaserCap on your commute, at the gym, or while watching television at home.
LaserCap has been shown to improve the quality and quantity of hair on its own, but it may also be used as a supplement to other hair restoration techniques, such as ROGAINE® (minoxidil) or PROPECIA® (finasteride). LaserCap can also benefit patients who have undergone a NeoGraft procedure with Dr. Hasen. LaserCap will prevent further hair loss following a hair transplant. LaserCap has been shown to be effective on both men and women.
The LaserCap Procedure
Because LaserCap is used at home, a consultation and introductory appointment are all patients need to get started with a treatment plan. At Hair Restoration of Naples, Dr. Hasen recommends LaserCap to most hair restoration patients, either as a supplement to surgical hair restoration or on its own. Once Dr. Hasen develops a treatment plan, patients are scheduled for follow-up appointments at both the 6-month and 1-year marks to monitor their progress.