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Did you know that hair loss affects a significant portion of the population in Canada? Surprisingly, more than 80% of men and 50% of women will experience some form of hair loss in their lifetime. If you find yourself among those affected, it’s crucial to explore potential solutions.

Introducing the Alma TED™ (TransEpidermal Delivery), an innovative and cost-effective solution designed to address the growing concerns of hair loss. 

what is the alma ted

The Alma TED treatment is a non-invasive, non-traumatic option for addressing hair loss concerns. It utilizes proprietary technology called Impact Delivery™ developed by Alma Lasers, a medical device company specializing in aesthetic solutions. The treatment aims to stimulate hair growth and improve the overall appearance of the hair.

Here’s how the Alma TED treatment works:

  1. TransEpidermal Delivery: Alma TED stands for “transepidermal delivery.” It employs acoustic sound waves and air pressure to enhance the penetration of a specialized topical hair growth formula into the scalp. The treatment does not involve the use of needles or incisions.

  2. Stimulation of Blood Flow: The device stimulates blood flow to the scalp, promoting improved circulation. Enhanced blood flow nourishes the hair follicles and helps optimize scalp and follicle health.

  3. Delivery of Active Components: The acoustic sound waves generated by the device create gaseous bubbles that expand the lipid bilayer of the skin. This expansion facilitates the absorption of the active components present in the topical formula into the skin. The air pressure acts as a pump, driving these active components deeper into the skin, reaching the hair bulbs at the base of the hair follicles.

  4. Stimulation and Enhancement of Hair Growth: By delivering growth factors and other hair-enhancing ingredients to the hair bulbs, the Alma TED treatment stimulates and enhances hair growth. The active components in the hair care formula support optimal hair, scalp, and follicle health, resulting in thicker, fuller-looking hair within weeks of treatment.

popular conditions treated with ted

What are common types of hair loss?

Men and women endure distressing hair loss due to varying factors. In most men, the unsettling sight of receding hairlines or balding crowns becomes prevalent. This distressing phenomenon is commonly known as Male Pattern Baldness and is genetically inherited. Conversely, women experience a slightly less alarming situation as their hair loss tends to lack a discernible pattern but instead gradually thins out over time. Nonetheless, the gradual thinning of hair can still be a cause for concern.

What can I expect with the Alma TED treatment?

The treatment cycle for the TED™ technology spans three months, during which patients undergo a series of three-monthly treatments. Within just two weeks of commencing the treatment, a significant reduction in shedding and early signs of growth become apparent to most patients. By the end of the first month, a considerable number of patients witness the emergence of new hair growth. As the treatment progresses into the second month, patients consistently report a noticeable increase in hair volume.

Finally, after the three-month duration, a substantial proportion of patients report a reduction in visible scalp and observe the filling in of previously bald spots. This comprehensive treatment regimen offers a confident pathway towards achieving desirable outcomes for individuals seeking to address hair loss concerns.

Visit us at VIP Medspa to learn more and the hair conditions we can treat effectively using the TED for hair restoration technology.

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