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Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) in Ahmedabad

What is low-level laser therapy?

Low-level laser therapy is a non-invasive process that focuses on light energy to restore and redevelops damaged skin.

Benefits of the procedure contain:

  • Elevation of ATP production leads to grown energy for cells.
  • More endorphin production, resulting in reduced pain medication requirement.
  • Better immune response.
  • Better DNA production to promote healing.
  • Promotion of collagen production to minimize wrinkles and scarring.
  • Improved lymphatic drainage to reduce inflammation.
  • Better circulation.
  • Reduced inflammation.

What should be done prior to considering laser/light therapy?

Prior to the procedure, the Trichohom doctor will typically review the patient’s medical history and conduct a physical exam. At this point, the doctor and patient discuss potential risks, expectations, and results of the procedure. Patients also should refrain from:

  • Using perfumes, deodorants, or any other potential irritants in the treatment parts before and after treatment.
  • Sunbathing, waxing, chemical peels, tanning beds, or collagen injections for 2 weeks before the procedure.
  • Taking anti-inflammatory drugs, Aspirin, and herbal supplements due to high risk of bleeding.

When is low-level laser therapy appropriate?

CaHA filler can be used to treat:

  • Birthmarks
  • Acne scars
  • Facial redness
  • Melasma
  • Skin lesions
  • Scars
  • Spider veins
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Undesired hair

Who is not the right candidate for low-level laser therapy?

Forbearing with any of the following are not right candidates for low-level laser therapy:

  • Display severe or unusual scar formations.
  • Patients taking or recently taken Accutane.
  • Are subject to keloid scarring.
  • Pregnant women.
  • People who have suffered a severe sunburn or have recently tanned.
  • People who have active acne.
  • Having dark-skinned.
  • Patients on blood thinners.
  • Have skin resurfacing disorders.

Is low-level laser therapy painful?

During the process, forbearing may experience a pinch similar to the snapping of a rubber band. Topical anesthetic or chilled gel may be used to prevent pain.

What are the potential difficulties of low-level laser therapy?

  • Inflammation
  • Pain
  • Bleeding
  • Discoloration
  • Scarring
  • Infection
  • Crusting

What can I anticipate after having had low-level laser therapy?

  • Patients might not notice any major changes until several weeks after the procedure. Other post-procedure issues include:
  • Treated parts may be pink or red for 4 to 8 hours after taking treatment.
  • A light stinging feeling, similar to a light sunburn in the treated part. This sensation typically eases within 4 to 6 hours. Cool packs or moist cloths may be used to minimize the sensation.
  • Light inflammation in the treated part usually disappears within a couple of days.

Moreover, patients should:

  • Refrain from applying lotion or make-up to the treated parts for either 1 day or until all marks or redness and stinging have disappeared.
  • Apply a good quality moisturizing lotion on the treated parts two times a day for the duration of the treatments and for at least 3 months after the last treatment.