I came across this site (https://www.hairgrowthcenters.com) and it looked promising. If you could just browse it and read some things. I just wanted to know what your opinion is on it. There is 100% satisfaction or your money back, and there are magazine articles and news reports about it. I know judging from your character that you will truthfully tell me your thoughts on it.
Also, on a side note, if hair is lost from shock loss during a hair transplant and doenst grow back, is the hair follicle still there and healthy and just not producing hair? If so, could the laser potentially stimulate those follicles back to making its hair again? Thanks so much and best of wishes to you.
There are some promising studies out there about low laser light therapy treatments for hair loss. There is still, however, a need for better and more appropriate science to back up claims that this therapy can actually grow hair. I’ve written about lasers many times before on this blog, such as here, here, and here.
Shock loss from surgery occurs very rarely, especially when the patient is taking Propecia. The hair that falls out from shock loss will regrow if the hair is not genetically impacted (miniaturized) in which case it may not return. This is why I like to use Propecia in my young patients as it seems to protect the patient against post-hair transplant shock loss. Again with regard to your last question, in shock loss, the role of the laser has not been defined.