The Clear Choice in Skin Treatments â„¢
The UVBioTek Team & Mission
UVBioTek is a medical manufacturing and distribution company dedicated to the field of phototherapy. Since 1994, we have been in the business of engineering equipment that sets the standard for our industry. Our machines use the science of light to heal various skin conditions through targeted treatments of narrowband UVB rays. We are dedicated to giving our customers the top-of-the-line product and service they have come to expect from our company and we’re here to help you heal.
Our Team is relatively small and allows us to work closely on an every day basis. Our marketing and sales representatives are able to observe the production and testing processes. The customer service and compliance team clearly outline all protocols and legal obligations to the rest of the team. Everyone has a say in our company image and message. Whether you’re looking to contact someone in manufacturing or want to speak with a customer service representative, you’ll always get a person who knows the in’s and out’s of their department and you’ll never be handed to an automated system.
We aren’t just committed to delivering quality products, we are diligent about getting our equpiment clinically approved and tested. UVBioTek wants our clients to know that the investment they’re making in their skin is more than worth it. Our Medical Advisory Board was established to to maintain transparency between physicians, patients, and our team. The board gives constant feedback and dialogue on what they think of phototherapy and how products works for patients they treat in their own practices. UVBioTek strives to stay on the cusp of new, developing technologies in the field and that means having a professional opinion to cross- check at all times.
Medical Advisory Board Section Chief-Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Dr. Buka's speaks at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology on topics ranging from complex eczema to techniques in dermatologic surgery. His articles have been published in dermatology and plastic surgery textbooks as well as a number of medical research journals. A graduate of the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago, Dr. Buka completed an internship in internal medicine at Saint Vincent’s Hospital in New York City. He then completed a dermatology residency at the University of California, San Diego and a fellowship in pediatric dermatology at Children’s Hospital in San Diego. Dr. Buka holds a law degree from Fordham University in New York City and speaks fluent Spanish.
Medical Director of the Weiss Skin Institute A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Weiss is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a Diplomate of both the American Board of Dermatology and the National Board of Medical Examiners. He is amount the leadership of the Society of Investigative Dermatology and serves as co-director of the Pharmacology of Skin Course. He is also a member of the American Medical Association (AMA), the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, the American Society for Moh’s Surgery, the Skin Cancer Foundation and the National Psoriasis Foundation. He holds an adjunct appointment on the faculty of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and is on the staff of the West Boca Medical Center.
Dr.Ting’s practice philosophy incorporates best and latest dermatology practice with emphasis in preventative dermatology care including modalities to help reverse prior sun damage and minimize future risks of skin cancer. He makes sure that each recommendation is tailored to each patient’s unique set of skin complexion, social and cultural backgrounds, and other priorities. He has been a prolific contributor to the field of dermatology and has won several dermatology research awards. He was very productive during his Dermatology Residency training at the University of Iowa as he was endowed the first ever Resident Research Award. He was the recipient and the Principal Investigator of the 2002-2003 Photobiology Award from The Skin Cancer Foundation which funded the research project “Epidemiological Study of Tanning Bed Exposure and Associated Risk of Cutaneous Neoplasm.” He was also recognized by the Richard B Stoughton fellowship from the British Association of Dermatologists for the best abstract submission from U.S. dermatology resident physicians in 2002. Even in private practice, he has continued to publish in peer-reviewed dermatology journals and speak at numerous academic and industry sponsored local, national and international forums
Jordan Cummins, M.D., Ph.D. graduated Summa Cum Laude from Princeton University and attained his M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Cummins completed his internship in Internal Medicine at John Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital and his dermatology residency at Harvard Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Cummins is founder of Massachusetts Dermatology Associates, a dermatology practice in Beverly, Massachusetts. He previously served as Co-Director of the High Risk Skin Cancer Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital and Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School. He is the author of over 20 peer-reviewed articles and has a special interest in cutaneous oncology. Aside from his clinical and academic activities, Dr. Cummins serves on scientific advisory boards and as a consultant for companies with interests in dermatologic diseases such as skin cancers (e.g. melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma), eczema, psoriasis, acne, and other conditions
“I was thrilled that I no longer had to make several trips to the doctor’s office, secondly there were no more high copays and thirdly, I loved the freedom of being able to undress and use this system in the privacy of my own home! I began my first treatment on December 23, 2015 and when I went to see my dermatologist on February 29, 2016, just 2 months later I was 70% clear!”
For Residential Use
16 Narrowband UVB lamps. 8″x38″x86″. 18amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
8 Narrowband UVB lamps. 8″x38″x83″ 11amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
10 Narrowband UVB lamps. 5″x22″x86″. 12amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
4 Narrowband UVB lamps. 5″x22″x86″. 4amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
2 Narrowband UVB lamps. Handheld model. 1 year warranty.
8 Narrowband UVB lamps. 5″x22″x86″. 9amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
2 Narrowband UVB lamps. 5″x22″x86″. 2amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
10 Narrowband UVB lamps. 89” x 23” x 9” 12amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
6 Narrowband UVB lamps. 5″x22″x86″. 6amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty (2 years for lamps).
6 Narrowband UVB lamps. 5” x 37” x 18” 2amps, 10’ standard three-prong plug. 5-year parts and labor warranty.
All UVBioTek products that feature wooden doors can be customized to fit your home’s aesthetic!
UVBioTek’s Customer Service Team will assist you in finding the home product that is right for you and describe our warranty details for each system!
The Clear Choice in Skin Treatments â„¢