NuDerma vs. Theradome


We have not tested devices such as the NuDerma High Frequency Wand for hair follicle stimulation.  Unfortunately this type of device is not cleared by the FDA and thus any product that are making claims about hair growth requires FDA clearance for both safety and efficacy.  In addition, there is no clinical trial on this type of modality which is usually required to get backing from the scientific community.  Nonetheless our Theradome is FDA cleared for both safety and efficacy for promoting hair growth.  Another words, this has been proven and we have done several clinical trials showing both the scientific and medical communities that our laser phototherapy device works as intended.

Compare Theradome Lasers


The quality of lasers is more important than the number of lasers. Our proprietary VL680 lasers are made in the US at the superior wavelength of 680 nanometers. This means that we can get much deeper into the scalp and stimulate the hair follicle 2.5x more than other devices with a wavelength of 650nm, so you can achieve faster and much better results for keeping and growing your hair back.

The Theradome is convenient with its cordless, hands-free operation. Theradome lasers penetrate up to 5mm into the scalp. This is achieved with our laser cooling system, making it possible to deliver the optimum dosage over 20-minute treatment sessions without the lasers pulsing. Some devices pulse on and off because of the heat they generate and pulsing interrupts treatment reducing scalp penetration to 0.5mm. Some devices are made of cloth and cannot be easily cleaned. Theradome is easily cleaned and more hygienic than caps.

What is the difference between the Theradome and the laser hood, which has the best clinical strength lasers?


The Theradome laser helmet is the first FDA cleared laser hair therapy powerful enough to deliver clinical strength laser therapy in the comfort of your home.

  1. You don’t need to travel to a clinic or salon to receive treatment.
  2. Same benefits of the large systems in clinics and salons at a fraction of the cost.
  3. 4 out of 5 hair loss professionals recommend the Theradome laser helmet due to its convenience, effectiveness, and cost.

Using Theradome after micro-needling


Microneedling is using a roller with hundreds of needles  which is rolled on the scalp that causes micro injuries to the scalp and promotes forced healing to the micro wound sites.  Sometimes a product to promote hair growth might be applied to the open wound for better absorption. Using Theradome before this treatment will prepare the scalp and reduce shock loss.