Southampton, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/14/2016 -- The founder and head of the Shiloh Vein and Aesthetics Institute (SVAI), and leading provider of spider vein laser treatment in Greater Philadelphia, Dr. Aaron Shiloh, released an article on his website confirming the benefits of LaserCap treatment. The innovative in-home regimen to reverse hair loss, which is available through his practice, has gained popularity in recent years due to its convenience and effectiveness. Dr. Shiloh's write-up on LaserCap therapy is available here.
In the article, he equated LaserCap to a "far more convenient" laser comb, which is a more widely-known similar treatment. Laser combs require 30-minute bi-daily sessions of a relatively uncomfortable constant combing movement, whereas LaserCaps are placed underneath a hat—such as a baseball cap—making laser therapy as convenient as ever. They can be used discreetly at home, or on the go.
"Every LaserCap comes equipped with 224 diodes that output 5mW of power at a wavelength of 650nm," said Dr. Shiloh in the article. Patients who undergo the treatment should utilize their LaserCaps every other day in 30-minute intervals. Furthermore, the therapy can be used in conjunction with other hair loss regimens—such as Propecia, Minoxidil or platelet rich plasma therapy—or as a stand-alone treatment.
LaserCap's discreetness, ease of use and widespread effectiveness for males and females who suffer from hair loss has caused a spike in interest in the therapy across the United States. Those interested in LaserCap therapy, or one of Dr. Shiloh's other treatments, including spider vein removal in Philadelphia, can visit the Shiloh Vein and Aesthetic Institute's website, or call 215-695-4169 to learn more.
About Dr. Shiloh
Dr. Shiloh is the lead practitioner at the Shiloh Vein and Aesthetics Institute. With years of experience as a vascular physician and an Arteriologist, he now provides the highest quality treatments for the removal of varicose veins, wrinkles and spider veins. His office is located in Southampton, Pennsylvania, and can be reached by phone at 215-695-4169.
For more information, please visit http://www.drshiloh.com.