Laser Hair Therapy

Capillus272 Laser Hair Therapy Dallas, Texas

At the Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa, we are pleased to offer the most advanced and comprehensive laser treatments available for improving the appearance of your skin and hair. Laser hair therapy is just one of our most popular aesthetic laser treatments, and we are excited to share this technology with our Dallas, Fort Worth, and North Texas patients.

How Laser Hair Growth Works

The Capillus272 uses a special type of laser light that is known to improve circulation and stimulate cellular metabolism within and around the hair follicles of the scalp. Unlike the lasers used for aesthetic skin treatments and tattoo removal, Capillus does not ablate or damage the cells of your skin. Instead, hair restoration is performed with low level lasers that are cool-to-the-touch.
Step 1: Dr. Bishara Recommends Capillus
First, Dr. Bishara recommends treatment with the Capillus hair loss laser to reverse the signs of thinning, shedding, or balding. Treatment recommendations vary, but might include 30-minute sessions every other day.
Step 2: Laser Therapy Becomes Part of Your Routine
In order to be effective, laser therapy must be incorporated into your daily routine. This is where laser caps like Capillus outshine other treatment options, like in-office domes and laser combs. The wearable and portable design of the Capillus enables comfortable, convenient, and consistent treatment for superior results.
Step 3: Hair Follicles Receive Low Level Laser Stimulation
The Capillus272 provides safe exposure to low-level laser light on a regular basis. Exposure is non-invasive and the lasers are cool, creating a hair loss treatment experience with absolutely no pain or discomfort.
Step 4: Circulation and Metabolism Improve Across the Scalp
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is known to improve circulation and cellular metabolism across the scalp. This nourishes hair follicles along the front, top, and sides of the head—even the ones that no longer produce hair.
Step 5: Newer, Fuller Hair Grows Naturally
LLLT continues to improve circulation and cellular metabolism, delivering more blood, nutrients, and oxygen to each hair follicle. Over time, consistent use of the Capillus272 has been shown to increase hair growth by up to 51%.*

Benefits of Capillus Laser Cap

Capillus is continually recommended by world-renowned physicians as a safe, proven, and effective method of non-surgical hair restoration. Below are just a few of the benefits offered only by Capillus.
Discrete. Capillus272 is a flexible dome-like insert that fits securely within your favorite baseball cap or hat. Simply insert, wear, and enjoy the benefits of laser hair restoration with complete discretion.
Portable. Capillus272 is powered by a portable battery pack, enabling you to take your hair loss treatment anywhere.
Powerful. With 272 lasers, the Capillus272 is capable of greater energy output than any other available laser cap. Greater output delivers a higher degree of hair follicle stimulation, which can ultimately lead to better results.
Effective. In premarketing study for FDA clearance, the Capillus272 demonstrated the ability to effectively promote hair regrowth when compared to a placebo device. On average, patients experienced a 51% increase in hair counts.*
Safe. Capillus272 has been cleared by the FDA for the treatment of androgenic alopecia, or hair loss.

Most people are a candidate for hair transplant surgery. However, in order to properly determine your candidacy for the procedure, an ARTAS physician will need to consider various factors, including age, family history of hair loss, current and projected future hair loss pattern (area of baldness), donor characteristics (laxity and density), and whether or not the goals of the patient can realistically be met.
The best way to find out if you are a candidate for a hair restoration procedure is to go to a surgeon that specializes in hair restoration. The answer will depend on the cause of your hair loss, your age, the stability of your donor supply, how extensive you hair loss is, your expectations and a number of other important factors that will be taken into account.
It’s important to have realistic expectations before undergoing a hair transplant procedure.
Remember there is a finite amount of donor hair that can be moved to the thinning areas of the scalp. If that hair isn’t used in an efficient manner the outcome of the procedure might not meet your expectations.  Every patient is examined on a case-by-case basis, but here are some general types of patients that are great candidates for hair transplants:

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The best candidates for hair restoration surgery are:

  • Men who have been losing their hair due to Male Pattern Baldness for more than five years or who have progressed to a Norwood class 3 or above.
  • Men with realistic expectations and who understand that their hair loss might continue to progress even if they are taking prescription medication to stop the progression.
  • Men who have been balding for many years and who’s pattern has stabilized and are interested in just adding some hair to provide a more youthful appearance.
  • Men and women who have lost hair due to trauma or burns
  • Men and women who have lost hair due to other cosmetic procedures such as face-lifts.

Some women are candidates for hair restoration surgery. They are:

  • Women who have suffered hair loss due to mechanical or traction alopecia (non-hormonal).
  • Women who have had previous cosmetic or plastic surgery and are concerned about hair loss around the incision sites.
  • Women who have a distinct pattern of baldness, similar to that of male pattern baldness. This includes hairline recession, vertex thinning (on the crown or top of the scalp), and a donor area that is not affected by androgenetic alopecia.
  • Women who suffer hair loss due to trauma, including burn victims, scarring from accidents, and chemical burns.
  • Women with alopecia marginalis, a condition that looks very similar to traction alopecia.

Hair Restoration is available for many areas, not just the head, although that is the most common place.  We also do hair restoration for eyelashes, eyebrows and beards.
Please visit the website of Dr. Bishara, who specializes in Hair RestorationRobotic Hair Transplants and Plastic Surgery at or call our office at (817) 473-2120.


Hair restoration includes the surgical and non-surgical methods used to counteract or slow symptoms of hair loss in men and women. Methods may be used individually or in combination to produce the desired results depending on a person’s needs. Finding the right hair restoration solution can be difficult. It’s an important decision that can improve your life in unimaginable ways. But one size does not fit all types of hair loss.


Getting straight answers about hair loss treatments for men can be almost as frustrating as losing your hair.
Some guys are great candidates for hair transplant surgery, others prefer the lifestyle advantages of the hair replacement process, and some simply want to prevent their existing hair from thinning any further. No matter what kind of hair loss you have, it’s an ongoing process that changes over time.
Dr. Mark Bishara’s office offers a variety of treatment options, including non-surgical and surgical.


Millions of women suffer from hair loss, more than 30 million in the U.S. alone. And while most treatments available today seem to be designed with men in mind, the good news is that there are safe, proven treatments designed especially for women.
Women’s hair–and women’s experiences with hair loss–are very different. That’s why Dr. Bishara will first assess why you are having hair loss and what option we can do to help you.



PROPECIA® is available by prescription from Dr. Mark Bishara and is a once-a-day pill developed to treat mild to moderate male pattern hair loss, a hereditary condition that causes receding hairlines, thinning and/or balding on the top and front of the scalp. This product is proven effective for treating hair loss in MEN ONLY.  Some women are candidates for Propecia (finasteride).


The low- level laser therapy treatment is also known as “The Cold Laser”. The laser light generated by low-powered (cold) lasers has recently come into use as a non-surgical hair restoration treatment for patten hair loss.
Theradome Laser Helmet- Laser hair growth treatment that works; hair loss affects 80,000,000 people in the US alone, and over 1,500,000,000 people globally. Forty percent of them are women who find the condition emotionally distressing and tougher to cure than male pattern baldness. Yet we found that almost every treatment on the market was aimed at males, specialist clinics were prohibitively expensive, and many women simply didn’t have any viable options.
The Theradome™ is the first FDA OTC cleared, wearable clinical strength laser treatment that has a proven triple action:
Dr. Bishara uses the ARTAS System, which is an interactive, computer assisted equipment employs image guidance to enhance the quality of hair follicle harvesting. Performed in both of Dr. Bishara’s offices (Mansfield & Southlake), FUE robotic hair transplant moves healthy, functioning follicles to the areas of the patient’s scalp most impacted by baldness. The implanted hairs develop their own blood supply, begin to grow and new hairs are seen a few months after the procedure has taken place. New hair continues to grow over the course of a full year, making the change in the patient’s appearance gradually noticeable to others. Healing time is short, and there is no resultant linear scar as happens with other methods of hair restoration, because there is no incision.   This procedure is done on men and women.

Hair loss is a condition that occurs as a result of a side-effect of medication, aging, genetics, and traumatic injury to the scalp with scarring. Hair loss affects both men and women of all ages. This condition may cause pattern baldness, patchy spots or thinned hair.
Dr. Mark Bishara offers a wide range of comprehensive hair restoration procedures, which are highly effective. The best treatment option for each patient depends on the location, cause, and extent of hair loss. We will take the time to evaluate each patient, discuss his/her individual goals and together develop a personalized treatment plan using one of our many successful hair loss treatment options.  Please contact our office at (817) 473-2120 for further information or visit our website at

If your scalp issues become severe and uncontrollable, they can lead to hair thinning and hair loss, which require more serious intervention.  The most common cause of hair loss in women is Androgenetic Alopecia.  Certain hair shafts have more enzymes that break down testosterone to DHT, which attacks the hair follicles and results in hair miniaturization and hair loss.
Get Your Hair Back:
The Surgery that does it- If hair loss is a major battle that you don’t want to give in to, you don’t have to. The ARTAS system, robotic hair transplants, has revolutionized the way hair restoration surgery is done today by offering scarless hair transplantation.  Hair is removed by the donor site line in the back of the head using an image-guided process that is less traumatic and stressful to the scalp than tradition harvesting techniques.  There’s no scalpel used, so there’s no visible scar once the area is fully healed.  The results are natural-looking because follicular units are used.  Patient love that there is minimal discomfort and little to no downtime.
Did You Know?  Women and Men both experience similar changes when hair loss occurs, it just progresses differently due to hormonal differences
Menopause and Your Scalp:
Menopause brings about hot flashes, wight gain and dryness, especially at the scalp, which can lead to thinning and hair loss.  Menopausal and post-menopausal women may start to notice their hair thinning, unlike men, who thin on the top of their heads, women thin throughout the entire scalp, and to some extent around the sides.  It’s not a question of will it happen, but more of when it will happen.  One reason for a change in your hair during menopause is due to a decrease in estrogen in the body.  Estrogen keeps hair in the growing cycle.  This decrease creates a hormonal imbalance in the body, prompting hair to thin and then fall out.
What to Avoid when your hair is starting to fall out:

  • Blow Dryers, Straitening Irons, and Curling Irons
  • Limit your use of heavy styling products
  • Plastic or metal brushes
  • Hot water
  • Chemical Treatments
  • The sun

This Information is brought to you courtesy of Dr. Mark Bishara and The Paragon Plastic Surgery & Med Spa

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Si sus problemas del cuero cabelludo se vuelven severos e incontrolables, que pueden conducir a la pérdida de cabello y pérdida de cabello, que exigen una intervención más seria. La causa más común de pérdida de cabello en las mujeres es la alopecia androgenética. Algunos ejes del pelo tienen más enzimas que descomponen la testosterona a DHT, que ataca los folículos del pelo y los resultados en la miniaturización del cabello y pérdida de cabello.
Consigue tu cabello hacia atrás:
La cirugía que IT- hace Si la pérdida de cabello es una batalla importante que usted no quiere ceder a, usted no tiene que hacerlo. El sistema ARTAS, transplantes de cabello robóticos, ha revolucionado la forma en la cirugía de restauración capilar se hace hoy en día, ofreciendo el trasplante de cabello sin cicatrices. El pelo se elimina mediante la línea de zona donante en la parte posterior de la cabeza utilizando un proceso guiado por imagen que es menos traumática y estresante para el cuero cabelludo de las técnicas de recolección tradición. No hay bisturí utilizado, así que no hay cicatriz visible una vez que el área está completamente curado. Los resultados son de aspecto natural porque se utilizan unidades foliculares. Amor paciente que hay una incomodidad mínima y poco o ningún tiempo de inactividad.
Sabías? Mujeres y Hombres ambos experimentan cambios similares cuando se produce la pérdida de cabello, que sólo avanza de manera diferente debido a las diferencias hormonales
La menopausia y su cuero cabelludo:
La menopausia trae consigo calores, el aumento y la sequedad Wight, en especial en el cuero cabelludo, que puede conducir a un adelgazamiento y pérdida del cabello. Las mujeres menopáusicas y postmenopáusicas pueden comenzar a notar su adelgazamiento del cabello, a diferencia de los hombres, que fina en la parte superior de la cabeza, las mujeres delgadas a lo largo de todo el cuero cabelludo, y en cierta medida por los lados. No es una cuestión de voluntad que suceder, pero más de cuándo va a suceder. Una razón para un cambio en el cabello durante la menopausia se debe a una disminución de estrógeno en el cuerpo. El estrógeno mantiene el cabello en el ciclo de cultivo. Esta disminución crea un desequilibrio hormonal en el cuerpo, lo que provocó el pelo a la nada y luego se caen.
Lo que debe evitar cuando el cabello está empezando a caer:
Blow Secadores, straitening Irons, y Curling IronsLimite el uso de productos de peluquería pesadosPlástico o metal cepillosagua calienteTratamientos Químicosel solEsta información es traído a usted por cortesía de Dr. Mark Bishara y La Cirugía Plástica y Paragon Med Spa

LaserCap® in Elle Magazine

Small enough to hide under any Eugenia Kim beret, the diode-laced LaserCap delivers a low-level laser light proven to increase the cellular energy produced in mitochondria, enhancing growth. 
“It’s virtually identical to the treatments we used to give in the office using a $100,000 machine,” Bauman says of the effective (but pricey, at $3,000) chapeau.
After 30-minute sessions every other day, “Most people will have a 15 to 30 percent improvement in hair mass in the weaker zones within 90 days.”
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ELLE’s annual roundup of age-defying breakthroughs will have you looking better than your #flashbackfriday from head to toe, but here, we’re focusing on hair products particularly. Because as too many of us know, it’s not just your skin that can age you, and it’s not just guys that have thinning hair problems. Below, our favorite shortcuts to thicker, longer hair, from serums to foams to laser treatments.
Turn Up the Volume
“It’s easier to hold on to hair than to regrow it, so I get patients into treatment as early as possible,” says dermatologist Nicole Rogers, MD. Minoxidil, the derm world’s favorite OTC hair-loss medication, can now be found in more than just Rogaine. “Major hair product companies are realizing how important minoxidil is to women,” says Rogers of the ingredient, which works by making the hair follicle wider and sparking regrowth within six months of use. Meanwhile, we can thank the car industry for a short-term fix. L’Oréal Paris Volume Filler Fiber Amplifying Concentrate contains a thickening agent inspired by the technology used to fix cracked windshields. The brand’s patented Filloxane molecule changes from a liquid to a solid, penetrating the hair fiber and immediately plumping it from within.
Platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) hair-growth treatments—during which a patient’s blood is processed via centrifuge to concentrate the plasma, then shallowly syringed into the scalp—are getting a boost with human placental tissue. Hair restoration specialists inject a patient’s own blood and removes the platelets and plasma. On average, 90 percent of patients with early-stage hair loss will experience a 20 percent increase in volume and coverage.
Light Show
Small enough to hide under any Eugenia Kim beret, the diode-laced LaserCap delivers a low-level laser light proven to increase the cellular energy produced in mitochondria, enhancing growth. “It’s virtually identical to the treatments we used to give in the office using a $100,000 machine,” Bauman says of the effective (but pricey, at $3,000) chapeau. After 30-minute sessions every other day, “Most people will have a 15 to 30 percent improvement in hair mass in the weaker zones within 90 days.”

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  1. Alterna Caviar Clinical Daily Densifying Foam lessens daily strand loss ($36,
  2. Pantene Expert Hair Regrowth Treatment stimulates follicles with minoxidil ($23,
  3. Instantly amp up body with Oscar Blandi Hair Lift Serum ($30,
  4. Biologique Recherche Complexe Cegaba+Bioproline tonic works to boost hair density. (Price upon request,
  5. L’Oréal Paris Advanced Haircare Volume Filler Amplifying Concentrate is like Restylane for hair ($7,
  6. Renessence Follicle Forever Serum prevents loss with a patented peptide ($85,

This article appeared in the October issue of ELLE magazine.