Does Theradome cause seizures?

The Theradome has zero side effects and does not cause seizures. The lasers in our helmets stay on for the full treatment duration of 20 minutes. They automatically shut off, unlike other products that use pulsing/blinking lasers.

Can you use Theradome on wounds or stitches

There are zero side effects when using the Theradome. The Theradome uses 680 nm, a strong wavelength for accelerating the wound healing process. You can use your Theradome but carefully, as to not disturb the stitches. If you have any other questions regarding this, we would recommend you consult your physician.

Using Theradome with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment

The Theradome is an FDA cleared treatment for both men and women for Androgenetic Alopecia. The Theradome helmet provides maximum benefit to the scalp for years and is an at-home wearable product. It is designed to be effective alone without other additional treatments.

PRP requires periodic visits to the clinic and the procedure involves several injections to the scalp. PRP is an “off label” treatment, meaning that the FDA has not cleared or approved it for treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia.

The difference between PRP and the Theradome is that the Theradome has been clinically proven and FDA cleared to

1) slow down or stop hair loss

2) thicken existing hairs

3) regrow or promote new hair growth.

PRP treatments only address #3, regrowing or promoting new hair growth.

Is the helmet safe to use and FDA cleared for androgenetic alopecia, male or female pattern baldness and receding hairlines?

Yes, our helmets are for those affected by androgenetic alopecia who want their hair back and to stop hair loss. It’s FDA cleared for the safe and effective treatment of female and male pattern baldness. You can view our FDA clearance here:

Our helmet’s treatment is clinically proven to provide the following benefits over time:

1) Slow down hair loss (1-3 months).

2) Thicken existing hair (2-6 months).

3) Help regrow new hair (6-9 months).

Can I use Theradome after Chemotherapy and will it help to regrow hair?

Results vary for each individual, but Theradome has been used by chemo induced hair loss patients with great success.

We have had great feedback from many patients who have achieved results re-activating dormant hair follicles which have been affected by chemo treatments. Since there is nothing out there that has been developed specifically for chemotherapy-induced hiccups (CIH), we are excited about this potential new application. If you have any questions about this potential treatment, there are a few great clinical trials with LPT (laser phototherapy and CIH) that you can reference. We recommend contacting your physician regarding usage of our device with your condition.