Theradome PRO and EVO User Manual
Press and release to hear a voice readout of your number of completed treatments.
(See “Lifetime Counter Reader” section, pg. 17).
Press and hold for 2-4 seconds to hear a voice readout of the firmware revision level.
Non-Charging, Sleep Mode:
Press and hold for 4 seconds to enter deep sleep mode for shipping and/or long-term storage; resume normal operation by connecting the charger.
Press the master switch for 1 second (without holding it down) to turn on the helmet.
Your helmet will say “Ready for treatment, place on head”.
Double click to change voice volume. Choices are HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW, and MUTE.
System Paused Mode:
Connect the helmet to the charger and plug charger into an outlet. Helmet will say, “System resumed.”
Unplug the charger and press the master switch button to start a treatment.
USB port has lost power or battery
is depleted and requires replacing.
Pulsing* bright green:
Standby mode; place on head as verbally
Solid bright green:
Treatment in progress.
Treatment paused due to anomaly – e.g.: treatment
error; press to retry.
Battery was replaced or new firmware was installed,
causing system reset; press to resume.
* turns on/off in ½ sec intervals
** short bursts every 2 sec
Lifetime Treatment Counter
The lifetime treatment counter tracks all completed sessions. Use the lifetime counter to monitor the number of treatment sessions that you have completed to date.
Access the counter by pressing the master switch while your
device is charging. You will hear a voice readout of your total
Press the master switch to initiate treatment. Place the helmet on your head. Lights will turn on and treatment will begin.
Removing the helmet from your head will pause the current treatment. You have up to 5 minutes to resume the treatment before a session is terminated.
The unit automatically turns off when the treatment is completed. To abort a current session, press and hold the master switch.
Step 1: Charge the Theradome for 2-3 hours before use
Step 2: Prepare your scalp for treatment.
For maximum effect, wash and towel dry your hair right before treatment. Then, use a comb or brush to expose the areas of your scalp most affected by hair loss so that they get direct exposure to the laser light. Damp hair is recommended because it is easier to comb and position, and many people style their hair when dry to cover the areas where it is thinning and most in need of treatment.
However, while damp hair is recommended, Theradome is still 100% effective whether your hair is dry or damp. Do not use Theradome with wet hair to prevent water from getting into the device.
Step 3: Begin your treatment session.
Briefly press the master switch of your fully charged Theradome to enter treatment mode. Place the Theradome on your head to begin treatment.
Step 4: Enjoy your treatment session.
You can enjoy light activities during your treatment such as browsing the Internet or watching TV. Avoid more rigorous activities such as jogging.
Press the master switch during treatment to hear a voice readout indicating the remaining time of your current session. Removing the helmet from your head will pause the current treatment. You have up to 5 minutes to resume the treatment before a session is terminated. Theradome turns off automatically when the treatment is completed. To abort a current session, press and hold the master switch.
Step 5: Following treatment, remember to:
Remove the device from your head. Plug in the charger and attach the micro-USB cable to the charging port.
Apply hair products as desired.
- Use indoors; the device is not designed for outdoor use.
- Use only on dry or damp hair; do not use on wet hair.
- The Theradome lights operate best in a cool environment (68° F / 20°C).
- Only apply topical scalp or hair products after a Theradome treatment, as opposed to before.
- Expose your scalp by brushing and parting your hair prior to treatment.
- Do not discontinue any existing hair/scalp regimens when starting Theradome treatments. Consult your physician to design a plan to reduce dosage over time.
- Do not pause your Theradome during treatment.
- Overuse and underuse may decrease the effectiveness of treatment.
- Take monthly photos of your hair growth and scalp, under consistent lighting, positioning and hair conditions to track progress.
- Remain committed and be patient!
Treatment Stages of the Theradome PRO and Theradome EVO
Based on clinical trials, the diagrams below illustrate the progression most people can anticipate when performing the recommended amount of treatments per week.
Progressive stages when PRO is used for two 20-minute sessions per week and when EVO is used for four 20-minute sessions per week
Protect your hair restoration results with our extended warranty program! With DomeCare, you are covered for up to 3 years against any accidental damage or technical issue with your helmet. If for any reason your helmet is not working properly, our expert team will run diagnostic tests and perform any repairs needed to ensure you get maximum hair restoration results.