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Psoriasis and vitiligo are common skin conditions that can surface all across your body and occur at any age. Both stemming from autoimmune irregularities, psoriasis produces red lesions on the skin covered by a buildup of white skin flakes, while vitiligo is characterized by multiple white patches resulting from a lack of skin pigmentation. XTRAC® Therapy from can help you diminish psoriasis outbreaks or control the lack of pigmentation associated with vitiligo using state-of-the-art laser technology at Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center.

Benefits of the XTRAC® Laser System

Treatment of psoriasis and vitiligo with the XTRAC® Laser system is FDA-approved and is known to consistently yield effective, sustained results for both children and adults. In comparison to other psoriasis and vitiligo treatments, XTRAC® Therapy is pain-free, covered by many insurance companies, and typically requires no application of topical skin care ointments. Additionally, the XTRAC® Laser system has not been shown to cause any harmful side effects such as liver damage, UV ray exposure, birth defects, or heart disease.

How does XTRAC® Laser Therapy work?

Our medical team uses the XTRAC® Laser system to direct a UVB beam at the affected areas of your skin over the course of multiple treatment sessions, depending on your specific needs. The concentrated laser energy passes through a liquid light guide system that helps to rapidly clear your skin in a non-invasive manner. The technology enables the doctors to calibrate laser intensity to safely and effectively treat each targeted area. XTRAC® Therapy is painless and can generally be performed in 20 minutes or less, depending on the number of areas needed to be addressed.

Results from XTRAC® Therapy

Individual results may vary, although initial results can generally be expected to show after three to four treatments and gradually improve as sessions continue. Symptom relief typically lasts for an extended period of time and considerably longer than other popular treatment options.