KR20160039928A - Device for Alopecia-healing using laser - Google Patents

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KR20160039928A
KR20160039928A KR1020140133245A KR20140133245A KR20160039928A KR 20160039928 A KR20160039928 A KR 20160039928A KR 1020140133245 A KR1020140133245 A KR 1020140133245A KR 20140133245 A KR20140133245 A KR 20140133245A KR 20160039928 A KR20160039928 A KR 20160039928A
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The present invention relates to a laser hair loss treatment apparatus, and more particularly, to a laser hair loss treatment apparatus comprising: a headband (100) worn on a head of a physician; And a laser irradiation unit 200 coupled to the headband 100 so as to be movable left and right along the headband 100 and irradiating a laser of low output to the scalp's subject. So that hair loss can be treated.

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Device for Alopecia-healing using laser

The present invention relates to a laser hair loss treatment apparatus, and more particularly, to a laser hair loss treatment apparatus capable of promoting hair growth by activating a cell tissue by irradiating a scalp with a low power laser to prevent hair loss.

The hair is an accessory organ of the skin, and since it is genetically changed from the epidermis, it has a life span and metabolism.

The hair undergoes the process of new-growth-degenerative-desquamation, and in a healthy state, the life of the hair is 5-6 years. Therefore, in order to maintain a bulky hair, it is necessary not only to have a long hair life but also to start a new hair growth immediately after hair loss and to start growing.

Alopecia is a disease in which normal hair grows by any cause. After the male hormone is converted into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) by the catalytic action of 5α reducing element, it binds with the androgen receptor It is known that it damages hair follicles and damages blood vessels and causes hair loss. Causes of hair loss include genetic factors, hormonal imbalance, mental stress, environmental pollution, disorders of the blood circulation in the scalp, malnutrition, diseases, immune system abnormalities, taking anticancer drugs and antithyroid drugs, oral contraceptives, And so on.

The treatment of alopecia such as alopecia areata (hair loss on both sides of the head and both sides of the head begins to expand, gradually becoming thin and weak hair, but eventually disappearing) There is a surgical method and a drug treatment method in which the hair follicles are removed from the living hair of the side hair and transplanted to the hair loss site. The currently marketed hair or hair products have been developed for the purpose of improving blood circulation and supplying nourishment to the hair follicles. However, these are not all medicines and have not been proven effective as quasi drugs such as cosmetics.

In recent years, it has been known that low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been developed, as it has been known that irradiation of a specific wavelength of light to biological tissues promotes metabolism at the site and activates tissue function. The low-power laser therapy is a technique of irradiating a living body with a low-power laser beam to invade cells of a living body to excite molecules of the cell, thereby increasing the production of capillary blood vessels, increasing the oxygen loading amount of blood, increasing collagen and ATP Adenosine triphosphate, increased activity of lymphocytes, promotion of tissue granulation, activation of phagocytosis, and the like.

On the other hand, there is disclosed a hair loss prevention device that can combine a device capable of irradiating such a low-power laser beam with a cap to easily perform laser therapy at home. For example, Korean Patent Laid-Open No. 10-2009-0090739 discloses a hair loss management device for stimulating a scalp by transmitting laser light and vibration to a scalp. A main body for generating laser light and vibration and transmitting the generated vibration to the scalp together with the acupressure; A mounting part for attaching and detaching the body part to the inside of the wearer, the position of which is adjusted; And a control unit for controlling laser light and a vibration force of the main body unit, wherein the wear unit is a cap.

However, since hair loss regions are different from each other, existing hair loss regions are configured to operate in a state in which a plurality of laser generation apparatuses are installed in the cap to cope with different personnel.

However, when a plurality of devices are installed inside the cap, the production cost is increased and the position is fixed inside the cap, so that there is a problem that the laser can not be irradiated to the correct position.

Disclosure of Invention Technical Problem [8] The present invention has been devised to solve the problems of the prior art as described above, and it is a primary object of the present invention to provide a hair loss therapeutic apparatus capable of adjusting the irradiation position of the laser according to the hair loss position of the wearer.

In order to attain the above object, the present invention provides a hair styling apparatus comprising: a headband (100) worn on the head of a person to be examined; And a laser irradiation unit 200 coupled to the headband 100 so as to be movable left and right along the headband 100, and irradiating a laser of low output to the scalp's head.

The present invention provides a hair loss treatment device capable of adjusting a laser irradiation position according to a hair loss position of a client, so that it is possible to irradiate a laser beam to a precise hair loss region and thus has an excellent effect in preventing and treating hair loss.

In addition, since a single laser irradiation device can be used while adjusting the position according to the depilation position, the manufacturing cost can be reduced as compared with the conventional depilation device.

1 is a perspective view of a laser hair loss treatment apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention;
Fig. 2: Projection showing the combination of the laser irradiation part and the headband
3 is a view showing a left-right rotation of the laser irradiation unit
Fig. 4: Plot showing forward and backward rotation of the headband

Referring to FIGS. 1 to 4, the hair loss therapy apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail.

As shown in FIG. 1, the hair loss therapy apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a headband 100 and a laser irradiation unit 200.

First, the headband 100 will be described. The headband (100) has a thin band shape and is curved in a circular shape, and one side is separated. The headband 100 is made of a material having elasticity so that it can easily be worn or peeled off when worn or naked.

A laser irradiation unit 200 is coupled to the headband 100. In the embodiment of the present invention, the laser irradiation unit 200 is provided with a laser generation diode 300 on the lower side, and can irradiate the laser to the scalp.

The control circuit, the power supply circuit, and the laser generator for irradiating the scalp with a laser to treat or prevent hair loss in the laser irradiation unit 200 are well known to those skilled in the art and will not be described in detail.

When the laser irradiation unit 200 is coupled to the headband 100 as described above, the laser irradiation unit 200 can be moved to the left and right along the dotted line along the headband 100 as shown in FIG. At this time, fixing means (not shown) may be provided to fix the laser irradiation unit 200 moved to the left and right. As the fixing means, it is possible to consider a method of fixing the laser irradiation part 200 to the headband 100 by fixing bolts to the upper part of the laser irradiation part 200. However, in addition to fixing with the bolts described above, any method can be used as long as it can fix the laser irradiation unit 200 adjusted right and left along the headband 100 by using various methods such as using a spring or fixing with a clip Do.

4, the headband 100 can be rotated back and forth as indicated by the dotted line. Therefore, when the laser beam is irradiated to a specific part of the subject's scalp, the headband 100 is rotated forward and backward, and the laser irradiation unit 200 is moved to the left and right to position the laser generation unit 300 of the laser irradiation unit 200 .

In the present invention, the headband 100 passes through the laser irradiation unit 200, but on the contrary, a rail is formed along the longitudinal direction concavely in the headband 100, and a part of the laser irradiation unit 200 protrudes and is inserted into the rail, .

It is also possible to combine two or more laser irradiation units 200 with the headband 100 to simultaneously irradiate laser beams to various areas or to increase the size of the laser irradiation unit 200 and a plurality of laser generation units 300 It is also possible to arrange so that a large area can be performed at a time.

In the embodiment of the present invention, the control circuit, the power supply means, and the switch are both provided in the laser irradiation unit 200, but the laser generation diode 300 is installed in the laser irradiation unit 200, So that it can be operated.

The hair removal apparatus according to the embodiment of the present invention configured as described above controls the headband 100 in a state where the headband 100 is coupled to the head of the patient while the laser irradiation unit 200 is coupled to the headband 100, The laser irradiation unit 200 is positioned on the position where the laser is to be irradiated, and then the bolt as the fixing unit is tightened to fix the laser irradiation unit 200 in the headband 100 so as not to move.

Then, when the switch is turned on, a laser of a specific wavelength is generated in the laser generating diode 300. This laser penetrates into the scalp of the client and stimulates and activates the hair roots, thereby preventing hair loss and treating the hair.

The laser irradiation unit 200 can be repeatedly performed while the position of the laser irradiation unit 200 is continuously adjusted.

100: headband 200: laser irradiation unit
300: laser generating diode

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  1. A headband (100) worn on the head of the physician;
    And a laser irradiation unit (200) coupled to the headband (100) so as to be movable left and right along the headband (100), the laser irradiation unit (200) irradiating a laser of low output to the scalp.
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