XTRAC – TREATMENT FOR PSORIASIS, ECZEMA AND VITILIGO
Unlike conventional light therapies, the XTRAC excimer laser delivers a highly targeted therapeutic beam of UVB light to areas of the skin affected by psoriasis without harming the surrounding skin so you can LIVE CLEAR. LIVE FREE.
Xtrac laser treatments do not hurt, and no recuperation time following the treatment is necessary. This means that no anesthesia of any kind is required with Xtrac, decreasing risks sometimes associated with anesthesia.
Frequently Asked Questions
Skin disorders can cause serious physical modifications to the dermis; the thick layer of living tissue that sits right beneath the epidermis. These areas can be large and sometimes difficult to live with. Skin disorders like psoriasis and vitiligo may even make it unpleasant to join in some activities. Fortunately, they are both treatable with Xtrac, a laser therapy treatment.
What You Should Know About Xtrac
Xtrac is a laser therapy that requires several sessions to be successful. For most people, they are looking at ten or less sessions, with each session lasting roughly 20 minutes—this is enough to successfully clear an impacted area. The treatment sessions normally take place one-to-three times a week, depending on your skin type and seriousness of the condition.
How Xtrac Works
Xtrac uses a focused laser light beam to target areas of the skin impacted by psoriasis or vitiligo. The first of its kind to be approved for treatment for psoriasis, Xtrac can work miracles on impacted skin. If creams, and medications, and other lifestyle changes haven’t worked, Xtrac could be a solution. You may even get Xtrac treatments while you are pregnant, nursing, or on a variety of prescription medications, just be sure to discuss all of this with the doctor prior to treatment.
XTRAC Advantages vs. Other Psoriasis Treatment Options:
- No messy creams and daily skincare regiment
- No reduction in effectiveness
- Effective on hard-to-treat areas (scalp, elbows, etc.)
- No risk of skin thinning or stretch marks
- No worry of harmful side effects such as:
- Liver damage
- Birth defects
- Heart failure
- No monthly injections
- Much lower costs
- No UV exposure to healthy skin
- Significantly fewer treatments
Because there is little risk with Xtrac, nearly everyone can get this type of laser treatment. Actually, Xtrac is even safe for children, when approved by Dr. Porter. Plus, Xtrac is covered by most insurance plans including Medicare.