The dry, itchy skin and painful scaly patches that come with a Psoriasis flare-up is a recurring struggle for many of our patients. Avoiding triggers consistently can hinder your daily routines, and preventing new triggers is all but impossible.
Traditional psoriasis treatments can be ineffective or come with side effects like burning skin, or worse. Fortunately, advances in medical laser technology have developed a revolutionary psoriasis treatment method. Aerolase laser treatments have had tremendous success in treating psoriasis plaques – in as little as a ten-minute weekly treatment session.
AT A GLANCE
DEPENDANT ON TREATMENT AREAS
NO. OF TREATMENTS
1 - 2 WEEKS
PHOTOSENSITIZING MEDICATION NOT SUITED FOR FITZPATRICK IV-VI
NO SUN EXPOSURE. SUNSCREEN FOR 2 WEEKS
HOW DOES THE AEROLASE LASER CLEAR PSORIASIS?
By utilizing 650-microsecond laser pulses, the Aerolase laser has the unique ability to suppress inflammation and eliminate microvasculature on both a superficial and deep level. These tiny blood vessels directly contribute to the creation of psoriasis lesions. Aerolase uniquely gives those suffering with psoriasis a safe, powerful, and gentle treatment for all ages and all skin types. With no downtime and minimal risk of overheating, bruising, or side effects like pigmentation, the Aerolase treatment is a cutting-edge treatment option. Patients have reported significant improvement in their psoriasis symptoms after just one treatment.
THE BENEFITS OF AEROLASE LASER TREATMENTS FOR PSORIASIS
Clear the plaques of a psoriasis flare up quickly, in short, ten-minute treatments just once a week. Many patients experience 25%+ clearance of plaques after only their second treatment. Overall psoriasis symptoms are dramatically better after five treatments.
How Often Do I Need Treatments?
The frequency and number of treatment sessions needed can vary depending on your skin type and severity of the condition. However, up to 5 weekly sessions are generally recommended for dramatic symptom relief.
What Should I Avoid After Laser Treatment For Psoriasis?
After your laser treatment for psoriasis, you should avoid using harsh chemicals in makeup and skin care products for a minimum of 24 hours. Further, high-heat situations should be avoided for up to a week after each treatment, including:
What Are Other Conditions Aerolase Can Treat?
Aerolase laser treatments are beneficial for various conditions, including acne, melasma & hyperpigmentation, rosacea, nail fungus, and ingrown hairs.