Orange County Hair Restoration

A cohesive approach for hair loss managed by a physician

For years, hair restoration surgeon, Dr. Ken Williams, has helped men and women suffering from hair thinning and hair loss with both surgical and non-surgical treatment options.

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What is Low Laser Light Therapy?

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a type of phototherapy that uses low-level lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to treat various conditions by promoting cellular function and stimulating the healing process. It’s commonly used for pain relief, wound healing, and reducing inflammation, among other applications.

The light energy is applied to the skin’s surface, which is absorbed by cells and can stimulate cellular processes such as reducing oxidative stress and triggering the release of cellular mitochondria that promote healing.

How Can Low Laser Light Therapy
Help you?

  1. Improve Hair Strength
  2. Protect Hair Follicle Health
  3. Accelerate Hair Regrowth
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Medical Management Plus Low Laser Light Therapy

Dr. Williams recommends a combination of hair loss therapies, including the science of photomedicine, also referred to as Low Laser Light Therapy (LLLT). LLLT has been used for years in various fields of medicine such as wound and skin ulcer repair because of its inherent regenerative capacity. In the treatment of hair loss, LLLT targets existing active, miniaturizing, and dormant hair follicles to a greater level of regenerative activity. LLLT strengthens and stimulates existing hair follicles by using low-level laser light in a easy convenient manner at home, work, or while out and about.

The exact LLLT mechanism of action is known by science and medical literature. It is safe, tolerable, and effective. Clinically,  LLLT stimulates the existing hair follicles to regenerate and  induce thickness, lustrous and more durable appearance. The various laser devices or caps,  are the most efficient to deliver laser  light energy to your scalp because it covers large surface area of the scalp.

A laser unit is simple to use. It is completely portable so you can wear it as you go about your normal activities for a few minutes every day. The Capillus 312™ Laser is the most powerful home-use device available to patients with 312 lasers each with 5mW of fluence in the 650 to 680 nm of light spectrum. This specific wavelength is important for regenerating hair follicles

Capillus laser therapy is traditionally used with other medical stabilization therapies such as Minoxidil, DHT blockers, and regenerative biological therapies. Hair restoration surgeons recommend LLLT to complement hair transplant patients as a way to provide regeneration and stimulation to the newly transplanted hair.

How can you get started?

Click below to schedule a consultation with Dr. Ken Williams, a hair restoration physician and surgeon, to find out if you are a candidate for Capillus therapy

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How It Works

The Capillus 312 ™ low-level light therapy device pulses individual 650 nm laser light beams from 312 diodes at 5mW of power inside a device that fits comfortably on your head, inside a cap of your choice.. The higher energy  diodes in a cap results in the highest fluence or energy output for scalp regeneration.

The Capillus designed laser units are the best designed and efficient LLLT device of its kind. It is completely portable and uses a rechargeable battery pack, making it easy to wear anywhere you wish under any cap.

You decide when and where to use it: whether on your drive home from work, while at your computer or even while sitting on the couch watching T.V.

Why the Capillus 312™

  • Managed by your physician to ensure best treatment protocol for you
  • The Capillus 312 ™ is comfortable to use
  • It is quick and easy to wear a few times per week
  • Clean method does not dirty nor wet hair during use
  • Non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical
  • Can be used with other therapies

Find Out if Low Laser Light Therapy
is Right for You.

Speak with Dr. Ken Williams Today