When a person starts losing his or her hair at a certain period of life, it is not the time to be losing the mind as well. Indeed, the sudden and dramatic loss of a clump of hair can be quite traumatic for anyone. If not that, the level-headed person who does not panic will at least be concerned. Questions will be asked, the main question being; just why the sudden loss of hair. A form of low level light therapy for hair loss is now being used to help restore the lost hair.
It is regarded as a safer form of hair loss therapy. While laser technologies utilized in health services and clinical environments are generally regarded to be safe and non-invasive, there will always be that possibility of acute side effects for the more sensitive or vulnerable patients. To visit a hair treatment clinic requires no obligation, nor does it require a prescription from a specialist practitioner in the health services sector, the dermatologist being a prime example.
But it would be well-advised, it may even be common sense, to seek out advice from the specialist practitioner first and foremost. Rushing into any form of therapy, never mind hair restoration work, could have negative counter-effects. Why not then, always be certain and sure. Start with a visit to your general practitioner. He may very well prescribe a visit to the dermatologist. And if the hair loss is quite severe and it looks like it may be permanent, the dermatologist could give the green light to go ahead with the low level light therapy specifically tailored to deal with acute hair loss.
And from the doctor to the clinician, always make certain that each and every practitioner is qualified and a licensed practitioner.