XTRAC Laser Psoriasis Treatment in Miami
XTRAC therapy uses ultraviolet light to treat Psoriasis, reducing or even eliminating Psoriasis symptoms altogether. It is carefully targeted so it does not expose any of your healthy skin. Unlike many other treatments, XTRAC therapy has virtually no side effects and is pain free. The therapy is performed typically 2 to 3 times a week and patients are in an out of therapy in just minutes. Within 6 to 10 treatments, patients will see significant improvement in their Psoriasis, up to 95% clearance with continued treatment. Results will last 4 to 6 months.
Types of Psoriasis Treated with XTRAC
Psoriasis is a skin disease marked by red, itchy, scaly patches. Although Psoriasis can just be considered a skin condition, it actually starts underneath the skin as a disease of the immune system. Like many skin diseases, Psoriasis can also manifest itself in many different ways. These are the major types of Psoriasis treated with XTRAC:
This is the most commonly form of Psoriasis. Symptoms include raised, inflamed, red lesions covered by white scales. This typically occurs in the elbows, knees, scalp, and lower back.
This form is more commonly seen in children and young adults. Symptoms include small, red, individual spots on the torso, arms, and legs. This form can often clear on its own.
Symptoms for this form include bright-red lesions, smooth and shiny in appearance. This form typically occurs in the armpits, groin, under the breasts, and around the genitals and buttocks.
This form is seen in adults and is therefore considered an adult disease. It appears as white blisters of noninfectious pus surrounded by red skin. It can affect most of the body surface.
This is an inflammatory form of Psoriasis appearing as redness of the skin and shedding of the scales in bed sheets. Like Pustular, it will also typically affect most of the body surface.
This form is also very common, ranging from mild to very severe with thick plaques covering the entire scalp. Visible signs for this form can even extend to the forehead, around the ears, and back of the neck.
Benefits of Using XTRAC Laser Psoriasis Treatment
No need for messy creams or a daily skin care routine.
XTRAC treatment is covered by most major insurance companies.
Virtually no side effects. Only results.
Treatment is pain free.
Results are long lasting.
Significant improvement after only a few treatments.
XTRAC Laser vs. Other Treatments
|Other Treatment Options||Downside|
|Topical Cream Treatments|
|Oral / Injection Medicines|
Psoriasis vs Eczema
Many patients confuse Psoriasis for another skin condition called Eczema. The table below will help you distinguish between the two.
|How it looks|
Appears as red and inflamed areas in your skin, scaly or crusty. Leathery patches can also be seen.
Appears as raised red patches, silvery and scaly. The skin also appears thicker and more inflamed than eczema.
|How it feels||Causes an intense itch.||Causes you to feel itchy but it is also accompanied by a stinging or burning sensation.|
|Where it appears||Often appears in parts of your body that bend, like behind your knees or your inner elbow. It can also appear in your neck, wrists, and ankles.||Often appears in your elbows, knees, scalp, face, lower back, palm of your hands, and soles of your feet.|
|How it is triggered||Can be triggered by things that can irritate your skin like soaps and detergents. It can also be triggered by allergies.||Can be triggered by stress and infection and skin injuries like vaccination, sunburn, and scratches.|
|In what age it appears||Usually shows up between the ages of 15 and 35.||Most people get eczema as babies or children. Symptoms typically improve as they age.|
Psoriasis Success Stories
XTRAC Laser Before and After Photos
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Frequently Asked Questions
Any patient with mild to severe psoriasis should consider using XTRAC therapy.
It can be used in any area of the body where plaque psoriasis may be present.
Yes, XTRAC treatments have been performed on children with great success.
The exact time will depend on how many areas are being treated, but typically less than 30 minutes.
XTRAC is covered by all major insurance companies and Medicare.
Therapy is performed 2-3 times a week, and significant improvements can be seen after only 6-10 treatments.