Low Level Laser Therapy In-Clinic Study

According to a study by Dr. Richard A. Burgmeier, M.D. from Pheonix, Arizona, An overall 39.74% increase in terminal, darkly colored hairs was achieved with Low Level Laser Therapy. Objective analysis of the data reveals the vertex as the area with the greatest increase and the least variance between male and female subjects. These data suggest that Low Level Laser Therapy device may provide the physician with the first primary therapy for Androgenetic (or Androgenic) Alopecia that is not pharmacological or surgical. 

Subject Frontal Counts

Baseline 12 wks Change %Change

Vertex Counts

Baseline 12 wks Change %Change

Temporal Counts

Baseline 12 wks Change %Change

Composite

AVG.%

 

1.

 

2.

 

3.

 

4.

 

5.

 

36/cm2 60/cm2 24/cm2 66.66%

 

24/cm2 36/cm2 12/cm2 50.00%

 

80/cm2 84/cm2   4/cm2 05.00%

 

20/cm2 24/cm2   4/cm2 20.00%

 

60/cm2 72/cm2 12/cm2 20.00%

 

24/cm2 44/cm2 20/cm2 83.33%

 

28/cm2 44/cm2 16/cm2 57.14%

 

44/cm2 56/cm2 12/cm2 27.27%

 

16/cm2 20/cm2   4/cm2 25.00%

 

36/cm2 52/cm2 14/cm2 38.88%

 

28/cm2 48/cm2 20/cm2 71.42%

 

22/cm2 32/cm2 10/cm2 45.45%

 

72/cm2 80/cm2   8/cm2 11.11%

 

16/cm2 24/cm2   8/cm2 50.00%

 

48/cm2 60/cm2 12/cm2 25.00%

 

73.80%

 

50.86%

 

14.46%

 

31.66%

 

27.96%

 

   

Avg. Frontal change 32.33%

 

Avg. Vertex change 46.32%

 

Avg. Temporal change 40.59%

 

39.74%

 

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