A condition in which skin areas may scale and itch, or present with dry patches
Pulsed dye lasers are an effective means of treating resistant plaque-type psoriasis and have been suggested as an alternative to conventional approaches to treatment.
Phototherapy is also very useful therapy for patients suffering from psoriasis that is otherwise difficult to treat. Treatment is performed in our facility under the supervision of specialists. It is a pleasant, relaxing form of treatment.
Laser treatment seems to outperform oral and topical medications for the treatment of onychomycosis* (nail fungus) and often, only one treatment is required, making it more convenient.
This technique is pain-free, does not damage any of the surrounding tissues, and has minimal side effects.* There may be a sensation of warmth as the beam of light penetrates the nail.
* Individual results may vary. A referral from a Dermatologist is essential.
An improvement in your diagnosis.
Depending on the size of the area to be treated, each session can take from 20 – 30 minutes.
As prescribed by your Dermatologist.
There are no known side-effects.
There is no downtime and patients can continue with their normal skin care regime after 48 hours.