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    Default Liquen plano pilaris

    Hallo, I have seen in google several studies that tell the benefits of low level potency lasser in allopecia due to liquen plano pilaris. It is hairmax the type of lasser that refers in this studies? I have bougth it to prove if this makes some help. There is some experience in this case with hairmax? Or in case of fibrosant alopecia?
    thanks

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    Default Hairmax and lichen planus polaris

    Hi Maite -

    Thank you for your post.

    The medical condition lichen planus polaris is a form of scarring or fibrosing alopecia whereby the hair follicle are destroyed, so that hair cannot grow. Therefore, the HairMax will not be able to restore if you have lost hair due to this condition.

    Thank you again for your inquiry.

    LAS

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    Default liquen plano pilaris

    Quote Originally Posted by LAS View Post
    Hi Maite -

    Thank you for your post.

    The medical condition lichen planus polaris is a form of scarring or fibrosing alopecia whereby the hair follicle are destroyed, so that hair cannot grow. Therefore, the HairMax will not be able to restore if you have lost hair due to this condition.

    Thank you again for your inquiry.

    LAS
    Hallo, I know the HairMax (and nothing) will not be able to restore lost hair but it was not this my question . There is several studies that low level laser can help with the inflammation. And for mi is important the illness it is not going worse.
    My question is if this is the low level laser.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28766756
    thanks

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    Default liquen plano pilaris

    Hallo, I know the HairMax (and nothing) will not be able to restore lost hair but it was not this my question . There is several studies that low level laser can help with the inflammation. And for mi is important the illness it is not going worse.
    My question is if this is the low level laser.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28766756

    thanks

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    Default Hairmax and lichen planus polaris

    Hi Maite -

    The link you provided, discussed the treatment of "Efficacy of low-level laser therapy compared to steroid therapy in the treatment of oral lichen planus: A systematic review". There have been no published on the use of LLLT nor the HairMax for treating this condition on the scalp.

    LAS

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