About Laser Hair Loss Therapy

Your First Step to a Better Looking Future!


New England Associates® has helped thousands of men and women gain the knowledge they need to combat hair loss and we are proud to say are the only company of its kind in the area. We specialize in repairing, replacing and restoring hair and we’ve been helping people look their best since 1982.

Call New England Associates® today at 1-866-HairStart (1-866-424-7782) or contact us online to find the right program for your specific hair loss needs.

What Is Laser Hair Therapy?

Laser Hair Therapy (LHT) is a non-surgical, scientific approach in the cosmetic treatment of hair loss and thinning hair. LHT has been tested for effectiveness and safety for over 30 years all around the world.

LHT non-surgical cosmetic treatments may utilize devices containing up to 135 therapeutic soft low light-level lasers. LHT functions on the same scientific principle as that of photo-bio-stimulation; laser light stimulates cell metabolism and helps damaged cells to repair themselves. This breakthrough technology has recently been featured on national newscasts across the country. Hair loss professionals are praising this new technology as an effective treatment of hair loss when used in conjunction with proper scalp and hair hygiene products such as HairStart® Essentials, the most potent natural DHT inhibitor, and 5% Minoxidil with 5% Saw Palmetto.

Laser Hair Therapy News

FDA approves a second laser for hair re-growth*! It's been featured for years on ABC, NBC, CBS, & Fox News and most recently on The Doctors TV show.

Now, the latest study released at the ISHRS Convention in Amsterdam, Netherlands* 2009 showed:

• 100% of the subjects saw an increase in hair growth
• 97% increased hair count equal to or greater than 20%
• 77% of the subjects increase of greater than or equal to 51%

*Study presented by Dr. Grant Koher called Effect of Laser Bio-stimulation in the treatment of Female Pattern Hair Loss

• Dr. Martin Unger conducted a study which showed a 94.4% increase in hair!

A European study showed 100% retention of hairs and a 20% improvement in thickness and density of hair follicles using Laser Bio-Stimulation**.

• A laser received certification by the Canadian Government to claim and indicate that it strengthens hair, prevents hair loss, and stimulates re-growth of hair in men and women.

• Long-term international and recent clinical trials with the laser suggests many benefits from laser hair treatments.

*Dr. Roy Geronemus, Dr. Martin Unger, The Toronto Star - Your health - Salon offers balding men a cool zap. 6/6 (2008)
**Yu. A. Vladimirov, A N Osipov, G I Klebanov (2003) Photobiological Principles of Therapeutic Applications of Laser Radiation.

How Lasers Came to be a Standard in Hair Loss Therapy

The laser was first used in Eastern Europe about 30 years ago to speed-up the healing process of diseased individuals. Since the late 1700s, scientific studies have shown that sunlight - or the lack of it - definitely affects our body's biochemistry.

Light also affects our hair, including how fast it grows. We have all experienced how our hair grows quicker during the summer and this increased growth is due to improved blood supply to the hair follicles stimulated by the red light in sunlight.

Laser light may provide the essential boost of pure red light at precisely the right frequency to revitalize and repair your hair.

Although some lasers vary in the strength of each diode (normally 4.9 mw), generally the more laser diodes a person is sitting under during each laser treatment will provide better results.

Call 1-866-HairStart (1-866-424-7782) or click here for your free consultation today!

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New England Associates®

New England Associates® has been helping people look their best since 1982. Utilizing the latest advancements, we're able to repair, replace and restore lost hair. We're Accredited Members of the Better Business Bureau and the American Hair Loss Council and we've been voted "Best in Hair Replacement" five years in a row!

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