Plasma Pen Fibroblast Therapy
Plasma Pen is a new and revolutionary non-surgical treatment to lift and tighten loose, wrinkled skin with results lasting up to three years! It is particularly effective for the face and neck areas that were traditionally treated with plastic surgery or dermal fillers.
What is a Plasma Pen?
The Plasma Pen is an FDA approved device that produces tiny points of trauma to tighten and regenerate the skin and stimulate the production of new collagen. The pinpoint accuracy of the Plasm Pen allows areas such as the upper and lower eyelids that were previously unreachable by non-surgical methods to be lifted and tightened.
What is Plasma?
Plasma is often described as the fourth state of matter and is actually a hot, ionized gas. Unlike ordinary gases, plasma conducts electricity, creates magnetic fields, and has coherent characteristics that allow it to be controlled and concentrated, which is key to the effectiveness of Plasma Pen treatments. Plasma is used all around you in plasma TV’s, neon lights, and many other applications. Inside the Plasma Pen, a voltage between two electrodes is released to produce an arc of ionized nitrogen plasma about 1mm above the skin.
What does Plasma do to my skin?
The energized plasma introduces a tiny trauma at the surface of the skin that heats the deeper dermis tissue. This heating stimulates structures known as fibroblasts to produce new collagen that forms the scaffolding of our skin and provides support and elasticity. As the micro-traumas heal, skin fibers contract, shorten, and tighten to eliminate wrinkles and produce a more even complexion. The production of new collagen firms and plumps the treated area to provide smoother, fuller skin.
What areas can be treated?
Any area of the body can be treated, particularly the face and neck. These include:
- Smile lines outside the mouth,
- Acne scars,
- Crow’s feet around the eyes,
- Forehead lines,
- Jowl or jawline tightening,
- Marionette lines (vertical creases between the corners of the mouth and the chin),
- Turkey neck line,
- Smoker’s lines or lipstick lines (vertical lines above and below the lips),
- Upper and lower eyelids (bags and hoods).
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