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Fractional Photothermolysis Laser


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I wondered if the researchers had already thought if a combined use of laser and Acel may be better than prp + Acell.
Obviously the good reason is that laser and Acell are already here, not in 10 years.


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» http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21199096
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» I wondered if the researchers had already thought if a combined use of
» laser and Acel may be better than prp + Acell.
» Obviously the good reason is that laser and Acell are already here, not in
» 10 years.

Thanks – that’s the way I like it! (thoughts/ideas/+references)

Anyway, excerpt from the abstract:

“…erbium-glass laser might induce hair growth, but more intensive studies are required to clarify the clinical applications of this treatment.”

To the best of my knowledge concerning “laser-therapies”, it is always the same (in general): some researchers/physicians report remarkable success/improvement - others report exactly the contrary. The reason is that there is always a PLENTY of variables (and hell of time) involved in such therapies/efforts/studies, so that it’s always hard to get a final conclusion (and clue about a final workable protocol/application etc). Therefore, to do “more intensive studies” is finally everything what someone can do - testing, testing, testing …