Enhanced Photodynamic therapy(PDT)
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a medical treatment that utilizes a photosensitizing molecule (frequently a drug that becomes activated by light exposure) and a light source to activate the administered drug. Very thin superficial skin cancers called actinic keratoses and certain other types of cancer cells can be eliminated this way. Acne can also be treated as well. The procedure is easily performed in a physician's office or outpatient setting. PDT is also referred to as blue light therapy.
Since photodynamic therapy only affects targeted cells, it is much less destructive than many other methods used to treat skin conditions such as rosacea and age spots. The safety and precision of PDT means that most patients can return to normal activities right after treatment.