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Boris Zaks, M.D.

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HairMax LaserComb

Non-Drug Treatment of Hair Loss


FDA approved and
Clinically proven to regrow hair in male patients with Androgenetic Alopecia

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* Treatment results may vary from person to person.
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A Drug-Free Option for treating Hair Loss

The HairMax LaserComb device offers a non-topical, drug free treatment option – something that makes the HairMax highly distinct from the two other clinically proven medications. It is the only medical hair growth device on the market with FDA clearance.


People afflicted with Adrogenetic Alopecia are constantly seeking effective therapies and treatments in their quest to regrow the hair they have lost. The Hair Max LaserComb may be an ideal choice because it is not only effective, but also easy to use.

 
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How Quickly Does the HairMax Work?

 

Although individual results may vary, you should notice early improvements to the general appearance of your hair within the first eight to 16 weeks. These improvements should include shinier and thicker looking hair. In general, studies have shown that about 45% of LaserComb users see these results in as little as eight weeks of treatment. Another 45% realize benefits from use within eight to 16 weeks. A small group of users take longer and may not experience noticeable results before 16 weeks of use. Even Time Magazine noted the benefits of LaserComb, featuring the invention in the December 4, 2000, "Inventions of the Year" issue.

 

Low Level Laser Therapy - The Science Behind HairMax LaserComb

 

Lower level laser therapy has been used in Europe for over 30 years. A laser diode operating in the red portion of the visible light spectrum is different from natural light in many ways.
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First, it is monochromatic, meaning all the energy is essentially one wavelength or color.. Laser energy is a tight beam of light energy. Second, the waves of light energy produced by a laser are synchronized with each other. These characteristics make laser energy a truly unique form of light energy.

Based on actual use of the HairMax LaserComb worldwide and in clinical trials, there have been no reports of serious adverse reactions. To a great degree, this safety profile is created by the specific use of red visible laser light.
 


Hair Loss from Altered Hair Growth Cycle

In people who exhibit Androgenetic Alopecia, once hair is shed during the telogen phase, the new hair which grows in during the following anagen phase is significantly weakened. Furthermore, it exhibits less thickness, pigmentation and manageability than the hair that came before it.

How HairMax Works

It is hypothesized that the HairMax LaserComb is an “Anagen Inductor’, increasing vascular circulation ATP (adenosine triphosphate for energy) production. This provides energy for healthy hair growth, stimulating the hair root and encouraging the production of healthy hair.

 

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A total of 93.5% of patients experienced increased hair counts USA Study

 

 

How do I use the HairMax LaserComb?

Studies prove that a program of three times a week for 15 minutes each time will produce the most results. Increased use beyond this 3 time a week schedule has not shown any additional effects.

 

Androgenetic alopecia

 

What causes androgenetic alopecia?
Androgenetic alopecia is caused by heredity. Although it's most common among men, it can also affect women. A history of androgenetic alopecia on either side of your family increases your risk of balding. Heredity also affects the age at which you begin to lose hair and the developmental speed, pattern and extent of your baldness


Having androgenetic alopecia may mean you experience hair loss as early as during your teen years. For men, this type of baldness is typically characterized by hair loss that begins at the temples and crown. The end result may be partial or complete baldness. Women with androgenetic alopecia usually have hair loss limited to thinning at the front, sides or crown. Complete baldness rarely occurs in women
(Source Mayo Clinic)

 

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Boris Zaks, M.D. is a Board Certified Dermatologist in Beverly Hills, California. He treats patients for a variety of medical skin conditions and offers cosmetic dermatology to the surrounding communities in Los Angeles, Encino, Westwood, West Hollywood and Santa Monica. Dr. Zaks is expertly skilled in treating Teen and Adult Acne, Rosacea, Spider Veins, Facial Aging, and Sun Damage. Skill in the natural-looking placement of wrinkle and line fillers such as Restylane make him a favorite of patients who want to avoid an artificial appearance. From the Botox Brow Lift to Acne Scars to Resistant Acne, Dr. Zaks takes the extra time that makes the difference for his patients.


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