Conveniently Located to Serve Rutherford, Verona, Bergen and Essex Counties
Introducing the Revolutionary Psoriasis Treatment, the XTRAC Laser
Are you battling psoriasis and dissatisfied with the limited treatment options accessible to you? We are thrilled to present the XTRAC laser, the ground-breaking treatment for psoriasis, as we are aware of how difficult it can be to live with this chronic skin condition.
Psoriasis: What is it?
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease that results in red, scaly patches of skin that are itchy, painful, and unsightly. It makes the skin inflamed and produces too many skin cells. Anywhere on the body, such as the scalp, cheeks, elbows, knees, and lower back, can experience it.
The symptoms of psoriasis can be managed with a variety of treatments, including topical creams, oral medicines, and phototherapy, even though there is no known cure for the condition.
Describe XTRAC Laser.
A focused ultraviolet light beam is used by the FDA-approved XTRAC laser to pinpoint and treat the skin’s affected regions in phototherapy for psoriasis. The XTRAC laser provides targeted therapy to the affected areas, which results in faster and more effective treatment, in contrast to other phototherapy procedures that subject the complete body to UV light.
How Does the XTRAC Laser Work?
A skilled healthcare professional will use a handheld device to guide a focused UV light beam to the skin’s problem areas during an XTRAC laser treatment. In addition to reducing inflammation and enhancing the appearance of psoriasis patches, the light penetrates the skin and slows the development of extra skin cells.
The XTRAC laser procedure is quick and painless, usually only taking a few minutes. To achieve the best outcomes, the majority of patients need several sessions spread out over a few weeks.
What Advantages Does XTRAC Laser Offer?
Over other psoriasis treatment choices, the XTRAC laser has a number of advantages, including:
Targeted Therapy – The XTRAC laser provides precise, targeted therapy to the skin’s problem areas, leading to a quicker and more successful course of action.
Painless – There is no need for anesthesia or numbing creams during the XTRAC laser therapy because it is painless.
Safe – The XTRAC laser is an FDA-approved psoriasis treatment that has been used successfully by thousands of people.
Long-lasting Results – Psoriasis symptoms are usually relieved for many months for patients who receive XTRAC laser treatment.
Does XTRAC Laser Fit Your Needs?
The XTRAC laser might be the best choice for you if you are dealing with psoriasis and searching for a long-lasting, safe, and efficient treatment option. Make an appointment with one of our skilled healthcare professionals today to learn more about the XTRAC laser and determine whether it is the best course of action for you. We’re dedicated to assisting you in achieving clean, healthy, and lovely skin.
What health issues does XTRAC address?
XTRAC laser can alleviate psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that produces persistent red, scaly skin patches. The XTRAC laser targets the affected skin regions with targeted therapy, reducing inflammation and the growth of extra skin cells. To achieve the best results, patients usually need several sessions spread out over a few weeks. Many patients report having long-lasting symptom relief from the XTRAC laser’s high efficacy in treating psoriasis.
White patches of skin appear as a result of the disease known as vitiligo, which causes the skin to lose its pigmentation. By delivering concentrated UV light to the skin’s affected regions, the XTRAC laser can be used to treat vitiligo by promoting the production of melanin and fading the look of white patches. The number of sessions needed will usually rely on how severe the condition is, and the outcomes may differ.
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin disease marked by itchy, inflamed skin patches. Atopic dermatitis can be treated with the XTRAC laser by promoting healing and reducing inflammation in the skin’s affected regions. To achieve the best results, patients usually need several sessions spread out over a few weeks.
Dr. Geria has been professional, kind and thoughtful while helping me with my recent Psoriasis and Eczema problems. I am very grateful to have found him and his practice.!
Read More Testimonials
Frequently Asked Questions
A focused ultraviolet light beam is used in the FDA-approved phototherapy treatment for psoriasis known as the XTRAC laser to target and treat skin affected regions. How is the XTRAC laser used?
The XTRAC laser provides precise, targeted therapy to the skin's affected areas, leading to a quicker and more successful course of treatment. In addition to reducing inflammation and enhancing the appearance of psoriasis patches, the light penetrates the skin and slows the development of extra skin cells.
The XTRAC laser is often covered by insurance policies for psoriasis treatment. To ensure coverage, it's crucial to contact your insurance company.
The average length of an XTRAC laser therapy is just a few minutes.
To achieve the best outcomes, the majority of patients need several sessions spread out over a few weeks.
No anesthesia or numbing creams are necessary during the painless XTRAC laser procedure.
Some patients may experience a mild sunburn like reaction after a treatment.
While psoriasis is the primary disease for which the XTRAC laser is used, other skin conditions like vitiligo and atopic dermatitis have also been successfully treated with it.
The majority of people with mild to moderate psoriasis can benefit from XTRAC laser treatment. However, it's crucial to speak with a qualified healthcare professional to ascertain whether XTRAC laser therapy is the best course of action for you.
Yes, funding is offered by PatientFi, Alphaeon, and CareCredit. To learn more about financing, kindly view our financing page. How much time does one therapy require? It takes about 15 minutes for one session.
Every patient's requirements are taken into account when customizing the treatment. Regarding the length of the total treatment, there are no precise general recommendations.
The XTRAC process can be altered. We would need to meet with you for a consultation in order to establish the estimate.