XTRAC is the only FDA-cleared, clinically proven excimer laser that gets skin clear of psoriasis—and it works fast, with many patients seeing significant improvement and long-lasting remissions. Because XTRAC delivers a highly targeted, therapeutic beam of UVB light only to areas of the skin affected by psoriasis, healthy skin surrounding the lesions stays that way.
XTRAC clears the symptoms, prolongs the remission and returns skin to a clinically healthy state in record time. All of which means XTRAC delivers consistently predictable results so patients experience more good days of living than bad.
*Results may vary, talk to your doctor about the right treatment protocol for you.
Side Effects/Risks: XTRAC has none of the drawbacks often associated with other psoriasis treatments-such as premature aging of healthy skin, skin thinning, resistance to medication, or potential negative systemic side effects. Some patients, however, experience a reaction similar to sunburn or blistering at the site of the treated area and in some cases, an increase in pigmentation may occur.
CareCredit® is a health, wellness, and personal care credit card that helps patients and clients get the financial help and care they want and need, without delaying appointments or treatment.
Cardholders can use CareCredit with promotional patient financing to pay over time for deductibles, copays, and treatment not covered by insurance*.
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Johnson & Johnson recalls aerosol sunscreens after finding trace carcinogens.
Benzene is recognized as a carcinogen, and long-term exposure with benzene has been associated with increased risk of leukemias (blood cancers).
It is prudent to recall these spray sunscreens which have been found to have a higher than accepted level of benzene given that sunscreens are used as long-term products. Measuring benzene in our daily-use products is an ongoing effort, which may lead to future withdrawal of other products in the future.
June 3-7 2021