Scalp coverage of Theradome PRO and Theradome EVO

Theradome PRO focuses coverage on the center of scalp. 20% of lasers focus on both sides of the scalp 20% are dedicated for the back of the scalp. 40% for the center of the scalp 20% for the front of the scalp. EVO lasers are also focused on the center of the scalp. This is the laser configuration; 20% of lasers are dedicated for both sides of the scalp, 20% are dedicated for the back of the scalp. 40% for the center of the scalp 20% for the front of the scalp.

Both PRO and EVO lasers will scatter and absorb their laser beams towards the sides. Main considerations in design: Never overlap laser beams as this would provide too much dosage and would not be effective Lasers act like water faucet hitting a dry sponge. Lasers scatter after a few minutes and spread out Lasers need 20 minutes to maximize absorption and transmission, any less would not be effective and more is too much energy

What is the difference between the Theradome PRO LH80 and the EVO LH40

Both of Theradome’s helmets, the PRO LH80 and the EVO LH40, are made with medical grade lasers. They emit 680 nanometer wavelengths. This targets stem cells in the base of the hair follicles for maximum stimulation and growth. The decision of which helmet to purchase will come down to a personal preference between cost and desired use time.

The PRO LH80 has 80 lasers while the EVO LH40 has 40. This means you will get the same results by using the PRO LH80 2X per week as you will with the EVO LH40 4X per week. The treatment time for both helmets is twenty minutes per session. We have many users that wear their helmets everyday with absolutely no side effects. You can achieve results twice as quickly using the PRO LH80 everyday as you can using the EVO LH40 for the same number of treatments.

If you choose to wear your helmet more than once per day, we recommend you wait 12 hours in between treatments.

Both the PRO LH80 and EVO LH40 have full scalp coverage. Lasers reach the top, back, sides, crown and temples. The PRO LH80, with a higher number of lasers, will initially reach more hair follicles in each treatment. The laser energy scatters and absorbs similar to water hitting a sponge. While each helmet covers the full scalp, it just takes more treatments with the EVO LH40 to achieve the same amount of follicle stimulation as with the PRO LH80. Here’s some more information on their similarities and differences: