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The DermaPal is a small, inexpensive, hand-held treatment wand that includes a removable comb to aid in moving the hair aside when treating the scalp. The DermaPal’s treatment area is approximately 2” x 4”, making it ideal for treating small areas or for patients who travel frequently and need to take their phototherapy device with them.
The Levia uses smart software to guide your patients through your prescribed protocol and is the only targeted phototherapy unit available for home use. A fiber optic brush delivers light directly to the scalp. It can also be used to treat spots and small areas. Levia boasts a high UVB output for extremely fast and effective treatments.
The 7 Series is an extremely popular option for patients treating large areas of body surface. Its 6 foot tall, slim design takes up very little floor space and the proprietary, wraparound doors allow for full-body treatment with just one turn. The end result is shorter treatment times, longer lamp life, and less out-of-pocket cost for the patient.
The UV Series is another option for patients needing full-body treatment. This cabinet-style unit surrounds the patient with 12, 16, or 24 lamps for fast and effective treatments. A platform raises the patient to lamp-level and castors allow the device to roll. Keep in mind that space and electrical requirements as the UV Series is a large device.
The 4 Series is a mid-sized panel. At only 4 feet tall, it takes little space and treats localized areas. Using either 10 or 20 lamps, the 4 Series has a high energy output.
The 1 Series, a small panel, was originally designed for the face and smaller localized areas. However, it has gained popularity as a hand-foot unit, as well. An optional stand allows the unit to pivot, making it extremely flexible for patient comfort. Its high output lamps keep treatment times brief.