The EX-308 excimer laser makes a concentrated and comfortable, light of ultraviolet that is focoused on psoriatic scars and vitiligo sore through a handpiece. By focusing on just active scars and constraining introduction to sound skin, the laser conveys high-dosage treatment for quick clearing and long reduction.
Who is a candidate for treatment?
The laser is perfect for treating gentle to direct psoriasis, vitiligo under 10% body surface range and alopecia areata. Generally difficult to-regard regions, for example, knees, elbows, and scalp are effortlessly treated, because of the laser’s pointing shaft and movable spot size handpiece. The focused on high-measurement treatment can treat resolved plaques, even those that have not reacted to different medicines. Inquire as to whether laser treatment is ideal for you.
How does treatment compare with other psoriasis treatments?
Unlike topical creams and gels, treatment with the laser does not require any daily maintenance. Each patient is unique, but some patients enjoy several months of treatment-free remission.
How safe is the treatment?
The laser may have fewer shortcomings than many common psoriasis & vitiligo treatments. Due to the targeted nature of laser therapy, the healthy skin’s exposure is limited.
What can I expect during treatment?
Treatment will take place in your doctor’s office. First, your doctor will determine the best dosage level for you. Then, the doctor will give the laser therapy. Most treatments take only a few minutes.
Does treatment hurt?
Most patients experience no pain or discomfort. A few patients may feel slight warmth shortly after treatment. This warmth is mild and short-lived. No anesthesia is needed.
How many treatment sessions will I need?
Your doctor will create a customized course of therapy for you based upon the extent, thickness, and location of the lesions. If vitligo doesn’t respond after 20 sessions we have to discontinue the treatment. If psoriasis or alopecia doesn’t respond after 10 sessions we have to discontinue treatment.
What’s Prepare for treatment?
We do not recommand extensive preparation for laser therapy treatment. Just ensure that the skin to be treated is clean, dry, and should be free of any make-up, lotion, or creams.
Are there side effects?
The side effects of laser therapy are minimal. Most patients report no side effects. A few patients have reported a mild and short-lived redness at the lesion site. More serious side effects such as blistering and hyper-pigmentation are rare and short-lived.