Plasma Soft Surgery

How to lift, tighten and rejuvenate your skin without surgery

Plasma Soft Surgery Aesthetic Procedure Eye Treatment

Looking for a non-surgical alternative to lifting and tightening the skin on your face and body? Plasma technology could be an option for you!

What is plasma soft surgery?

Plasma technology is a non-surgical treatment that can be used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, as well as excess skin on the face and body.

Plasma is an ionised gas with electrical energy that is delivered to the surface of the skin. The plasma creates a tiny spark that looks almost like a lightning bolt, which heats the skin and causes solid tissue to turn into a gas (a process known as sublimation or vaporisation). This can remove unwanted sagging skin, as well as assist in the production of new collagen and elastin to further tighten the remaining skin.

What results can be achieved with plasma soft surgery?

Plasma technology is a useful procedure to lift, tighten and rejuvenate the skin across the face and body. The treatment is especially popular for those with loose and sagging eyelids who might otherwise have had to turn to surgery. This treatment is commonly known as a ‘non-surgical blepharoplasty’.

In one study of 25 patients with excess skin on the upper eyelid, 80% of people were satisfied with their results after two treatments.

As well as improving sagging eyes, plasma technology can improve concerns like crow’s feet, sagging skin on the belly or arms, as well as remove skin tags. It can also be used to treat the lines around the mouth, which are difficult to improve with other treatments like dermal fillers.

What to consider before soft surgery treatment?

The treatment usually takes around 30 minutes depending on the area. Anaesthetic will be applied topically to help manage discomfort.

After the treatment, the plasma creates tiny temporary black dots on the skin. Other side effects include swelling, redness, flaking, peeling and sometimes crusting, which can last up to a week. Further concerns can include scarring and temporary hyperpigmentation.

Results are usually seen one month down the line, and a second treatment is sometimes needed.

You should know that results will vary from person to person as they rely on your own body responding to the energy that is delivered to the skin. Plasma treatment is not an alternative to surgery and the ideal patient is someone with mild skin laxity who has fine lines and wrinkles, not someone who has too much excessive skin. These kinds of people are more suitable for a surgical blepharoplasty.

Your medical aesthetic practitioner is best suited to discuss the most suitable options for you in a comprehensive medical consultation.

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