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Excimer Wavelength Energy Treatment

UV Technology Reverses Pigmentation Loss from Vitiligo

A groundbreaking way to treat several skin conditions, including Vitiligo, is now available. A local woman is amazed by the difference seen in images taken before and after.

High Tech Skin Treatment Helps Psoriasis and Eczema

Eczema and Psoriasis can be a "real pain" and treatment options have side effects. We're taking action for your health with a new device that uses UV targeted phototherapy eliminating the need for drugs.

Excimer Wavelength Energy Treatment

Exposing the skin to ultraviolet (UV) light for therapeutic benefit is called UV phototherapy. Enhanced Aurora is a unique device that provides UVA and UVB energy emissions in the ultraviolet (excimer) spectrum to provide maximum clinical effectiveness. UVA with psoralen (PUVA) allows additional treatment options for patients.

What is Excimer Wavelength Energy Treatment?

Excimer wavelength UV energy is Phototherapy

For thousands of years, healthcare providers have been 'prescribing' sunlight for their patients. In some cases, it was the ultraviolet (UV) portion of that sunlight providing the real therapeutic benefit. UV phototherapy is not only considered a mainstream dermatological treatment, but it is also used in other medical contexts, such as exposing blood to UV light to destroy certain pathogens.

Exposing the skin to ultraviolet radiation, either via sunlight or a medical device, triggers several biological reactions. The 'suntan' and, unfortunately, the 'sunburn' are well-known effects of UV exposure. A suntan indicates skin damage that the body must repair. Over time, repeated tanning and sunburns can prematurely age the skin, an effect known as 'photo-aging.' In some cases, excessive UV exposure can lead to skin cancer.

Other effects of sun exposure include suppressing the immune system of the skin, stimulating an increase in skin pigmentation, stimulating the production of vitamin D, damaging the eyes, and destroying some forms of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

UV phototherapy is utilized for treating diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema because UV light suppresses the immune response of the skin involved in disease propagation. UV light can destroy abnormally proliferating skin cells and stimulates melanin production in functional melanocytes in the skin and hair follicles, which increases skin pigmentation for patients with vitiligo.

UV phototherapy is typically administered by healthcare providers in their clinics. Although patients may pay cash for treatments, health insurance typically covers UV phototherapy for a variety of conditions including...


  • Psoriasis

  • Prurigo Nodularis (PN)

  • Palomar Psoriasis/ Eczema

  • Granuloma Annular (GA)

  • Acne

  • Lichen Planus (LP)

  • Lichen Symplex Chronicus

  • Primary Pruritus

  • Vitiligo

  • Pityriasis Lichenoides (PL)

  • Pityriasis Rosea (PR)

  • Alopecia Areata


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Utica, NY, 13502


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