how xtrac works
Xtrac uses carefully-focused laser light beams to target patches of skin that are affected by eczema, psoriasis or vitiligo, it uses a highly targeted beam of therapeutic UVB and produces a monochromatic wavelength of ultraviolet light to treat affected skin areas without damaging surrounding healthy skin. It’s proven to help even on tough-to-treat areas on the body such as the scalp, palm and feet or areas that have not responded to other types of treatments and will require multiple sessions to be effective.
benefits of xtrac
It does not hurt, and no recovery time is required. This means that no anesthesia, general nor local, is required with Xtrac therapy, reducing the procedure’s associated risks. Nearly anyone can seek this type of laser treatment. In fact, Xtrac is even safe for children to use, when approved by a board-certified dermatologist, you can even receive Xtrac laser therapy treatment while pregnant, nursing, or on any of a variety of prescription medications. Plus, Xtrac is covered by most insurance plans including Medicare.