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What is Plasma Fibroblasting?


What is Plasma Treatment?

Its a non-invasive/non-surgical procedure with the same or comparable results as traditional surgery. Before the treatment, the topical anesthetic is applied, ensuring painless procedure. This innovative technique cannot cause the so-called "powerlifting", as it only damages excess/loose skin which returns to its "original state" after the regeneration phase. A partial effect can be seen immediately after the treatment. You need to wait 2-4 weeks to see the final results.

How does it work?

Plasma treatment uses the fourth state of matter - Plasma. Tissues treated "sublimate" and we avoid spreading unwanted heat to the surrounding areas. The principle is to ionize gases in the air to create a small electrical arch, similar to a tiny lightening bolt, with which dermal and epidermal areas, which are affected by aesthetic problems, may be treated without spreading unwanted heat to the surrounding areas.

When the electrical arch - Plasma - touches the skin surface, the hear widens the pores and is subsequently transferred into the epidermis all the way to the papillary later which contains fibroblast cells. The result is comparable to lift procedures or wrinkle reduction. Most, if not all, methods of skin resurfacing are based on creating controlled skin damage, which activates its healing and this leads to skin remodeling and improvement in various signs of aging.

Even though skin layers get damaged by plasma in a controlled manner (by heating, fragmentation, vaporization - sublimation, and coagulation), they do not burn off as they largely do under ablative laser and, importantly, there is no open wound during the healing phase. This is extremely important as this approach reduces the risk of side effects such as scarring, infection, and loss of pigmentation.

AFTERCARE is CRUCIAL for the best results. Those who follow the aftercare religiously and listen to our certified practitioners have the BEST results. Depending on the severity of the wrinkles and loose skin - the more services that will be needed for optimal results.

How long does the treatment take?

First, the topical anesthetic (cream) is applied, minimizing the risk of pain and numbing the treated area. This takes approximately 40 Mins. The procedure itself does not last long depending on the size of the area. 20-30 minutes typically. Altogether 60-90 mins

Is any special pre-treatment needed?

No, its advisable that you do not apply any cosmetic products on the treated area (especially those containing alcohol). During consultation, you should mention all recent surgical or aesthetic procedures.

Is the procedure painful?

Plasma is a non-invasive procedure with a minimal level of pain. It is virtually painless, as the treated area is numbed before the treatment. After the treatment, the treated area is red (7-14 days) and some patients may experience some swelling, which may last up to 3-4 Days. At the site of each spot, a small crust will form. They should NOT be touched and you should wait 4-5 days for them to fall off naturally. 

Is Plasma treatment right for me?

With the help of a Plasma instrument it is possible to treat various skin problems (acne), achieve the "lifting effect" of the loose skin or correct or remove scars...

Which are the most common procedures?

Eyelid lift (upper and lower), Resurfacing of wrinkled areas (labial, nasolabial, worry lines, smile lines...etc)

Removing different kinds of moles and Scar removal.

Is Plasma treatment safe?

Yes, It has negligible amount of possible side effects and serious complications alike. The procedure is based on the natural stimulation of the skin regeneration, so the excesses which may be seen in the world of traditional surgery are not possible.

Are there any possible side effects of the Plasma treatment?

Plasma treatment is exceptionally safe procedure with virtually no side effects or they occur very rarely. Possible side effects are: Inflammation, scarring, or minor change in skin pigmentation, which are rare. 

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