Fotona laser hair loss treatment is known for its efficacy, high performance, and proven results, providing customers with a pain-free treatment experience with positive outcomes. The Fotona laser system is one of the world’s most modern laser systems, capable of treating many medical and cosmetic issues and disorders. The method has been shown to produce safe outcomes that are extremely effective and minimally invasive, resulting in very little downtime for patients. For best results, Dr. Alhallak at Albany Cosmetic and Laser Centre in Edmonton may suggest combining Fotona Hair Restoration with PRP Hair Restoration injections.
Female Patterned Hair Loss
Women’s most frequent hair loss disease is female patterned hair loss. Hair loss may develop as a result of the first symptoms. Because of the ambiguous association between androgens and this entity, female hair loss has emerged as the preferred nomenclature for androgenetic alopecia (AGA) in women.
Women’s hair loss may cause psychological stress, work, and family-related issues. Health Canada approved Topical minoxidil, to treat female hair loss. However, they did not approve oral androgen receptor blockers and antagonists (spironolactone and cyproterone acetate) and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors (finasteride and dutasteride). These therapies are linked to negative side effects and a lack of compliance, and their long-term safety profile is unknown.
The Hair loss treatment Protocol
At two-week intervals, the patient had six Er:YAG laser treatments. The Fotona SP Dynamis 2940nm Er:YAG laser to treat this patient. The settings were: R11 handpiece, SMOOTH mode pulse, 2J/cm2, 1.6Hz. There were no laser-related adverse effects or discomfort during or after the treatment. Eight months following the first therapy, a follow-up appointment was scheduled. Hair loss had ceased, and the patient’s density had improved. A 26-50 percent improvement was seen on the patient’s subjective hair growth evaluation measure. With a slight increase, the 7-point assessment scale was equivalent. Microscopic examination revealed a rise in total hair count in both the frontal and crown regions, an increase in the number of terminal hairs, and a reduction in the number of vellus-like hairs. The density of the main hair has returned to normal.