Health Insurance and your Theradome


Your Health insurance may help you pay for Theradome with the following information:

Fed Tax ID:  27-1339073
CPT code 96900 is the reimbursement code
Diagnosis Code is L65.9 (but need to verify)

What is the Theradome’s Beam Divergence?


Our Theradome lasers have a beam divergence of 1.5 cm whereas other brands are 5.1 cm. This means our lasers have the narrowest beam divergence in the market to penetrate the deepest into your hair follicles and produce the most effective results. LED’s have the highest beam divergence. Click here to learn more about the difference between lasers and LEDs. www.theradome.com/help-center/lasers-vs-leds

Does Theradome emit ultraviolet light?


The Theradome does not contain any UV-A, UV-B, or UV-C light emitting from its RED light lasers.

Please note that UV spectrum is in the range of UVA, or near UV (315–400 nm), UVB, or middle UV (280–315 nm), UVC, or far UV (180–280 nm).

The Theradome helmets emit RED light between 680 (+/- 8 nm) so we are very far away from the UV light spectrum.

How does Theradome work?


Our hair follicles naturally go through three stages of regeneration; a growing phase, a resting phase, and an inactive stage. Theradome’s medical grade lasers stimulate resting phase follicles back into growing phase helping them to avoid the inactive phase.

Theradome is uniquely designed to restore health to the two most important parts of the hair follicle, the bulge and the papilla. The bulge contains stem cells that supply the hair follicle with new cells. The papilla is the part of hair follicles that contain blood vessels supplying nutrients to nourish growing hair. Once your bulge and papilla are restored to health, hair growth can begin.

Theradome’s 680 nanometer wavelength delivers the strongest dose available for the deepest penetration of hair follicles. 6500 hair restoration clinics globally recommend our device because of its clinical strength, dosage delivery, and ease of use including hands-free treatment and an audio treatment counter.

Can I use Theradome every day?


The Theradome PRO is FDA cleared to use twice-a-week and the Theradome EVO to use 4x a week. We recommend following this regimen. However, we have had patients that use Theradome every day with absolutely no side effects and excellent results.

If you decide to go beyond the recommended usage, please allow 12 hours of rest in between each treatment for your mitochondria’s to rest. Our lasers activate the mitochondria in each hair cell. 20 minutes is enough for a 700% increase in ATP (fuel output of the each hair cell) production.

Using Theradome with colored or highlighted hair


You can use Theradome with colored hair. We recommend the Theradome be used 8 hours after you color your hair, but only when your hair is dry. Also, hair stylists recommend that you do not wash your hair 48 hours after your hair is colored.

The reason why we recommend the helmet be used 8 hours after is because the hair will still be wet from the hair coloring treatment. Putting on the helmet beforehand can cause the hair color to stick to the inside of the helmet. This can cover up or obstruct the lasers that can become blocked by the hair coloring.

Also, our lasers accelerate the cuticles to close after a hair coloring treatment which results in much better results. This leads to less frizziness and longer lasting color as cuticles close with photons instead of chemicals.