Laser therapy is the application of light for the treatment of a broad spectrum of ailments, including mood and sleep related conditions, certain eye conditions, arthritis, acute injuries (such as sprains, strains and repetitive use injuries) and many skin disorders.
Laser therapy is widely used for the treatment of acne, psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema, cancer and more. Narrowband UVB (the most common form of phototherapy) provides patients with a potentially shorter course of treatment because in eliminating UV wavelengths below 311 nm, the laser can be applied in higher intensities and at increased exposure times (read more). Finally, through various devices, Narrowband UVB can be applied to a small area of the body or to the entire body using a UVB booth, such as The Daavlin 3 Series Phototherapy Cabinet.
The PHAROS EX-308 Excimer Laser is another treatment modality for skin conditions, such as psoriasis. It painlessly delivers a focused, ultraviolet light beam to psoriatic lesions via a hand piece that is in direct contact with a patient’s skin, allowing a precise targeting of active lesions without damage to healthy skin. This helps in reducing the risk of premature skin aging (read more).
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We have had amazing results with the pharos laser and narrowband UVB with patients with psoriasis and vitiligo. Patients are seeing results in as little as one month and even faster when using both Narrowband UVB and Pharos together*. Please contact the office to schedule your consultation to see if this treatment is right for you. We are happy to contact your insurance to verify coverage prior to beginning treatment, just ask us.