Plasma is the latest and most effective treatment method to enter the cosmetic treatment industry. A step above laser treatments, it can achieve excellent results through fractional skin resurfacing and benefit your skin in a variety of ways. As one of our latest and most advanced technologies, we’re excited to help patients achieve their best skin yet with Opus Plasma™ skin resurfacing.
Opus Plasma uses high-frequency unipolar radiofrequency energy to create tiny channels in the skin and jumpstart its natural collagen production through a wound-healing response. This technique is similar to microneedling, except that it uses microplasma technology and is the first of its kind. Although laser treatments can produce the same technique, the use of microplasma comes with unparalleled precision when controlling contact with the skin and reducing unwanted inflammation.
- Acne scars
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Dullness and texture
- 15-30 minutes
One of the biggest benefits of Opus Plasma is that it can be used on many areas of the face and neck that are often avoided with treatments like microneedling. This means you can treat sensitive areas around the eyes. Opus Plasma offers unparalleled customizability for your treatments, so your specialist can create the ideal treatment plan for you and your skincare goals.
Opus Plasma treatment is tolerable for most patients, especially with the use of a topical anesthetic. This can alleviate most discomfort so that the treatment is well tolerated.
Although your unique treatment session will depend on your skincare goals and which areas, you’ll have treated, Opus Plasma treatments can take between 15 and 30 minutes. This may also be longer or shorter depending on if you opt for a topical anesthetic or treat multiple areas in the same treatment.
Because of Opus Plasma’s state-of-the-art technology and approach, patients experience drastically less downtime versus other laser treatments. You can expect about one to two days of redness and swelling, but you can generally return to your regular schedule immediately after treatment. You’ll receive detailed instructions what to do post-treatment that might include skincare products to use or avoid, as well as the importance of using sunscreen in the days following your treatment.
Most patients require a package of treatments for best results, so your specialist will make sure you understand when to return for your next session. We recommend two or three sessions for best results, but you’ll likely see noticeable results after your first treatment.
Opus Plasma comes with a lot of benefits and is one of the most advanced skincare treatments on the market. To learn more and create a customized treatment package, contact our Lake Worth or Palm Beach Gardens locations by calling or texting (561) 427-0900, or by filling out our online form.
How many treatments do I need?
You’ll begin to see results after your first treatment session, but additional treatments can improve your results. Most patients opt for a package of 2-3 treatments.
How does plasma treatment work?
The metal pins on the Opus Plasma system are supercharged with high radiofrequency energy which reacts to atmospheric pressure when placed near the skin. This generates a surge of plasma to ablate the skin. This system operates at over 40 MHz, which is a higher frequency than any other option on the market.
Is plasma skin resurfacing safe?
Because the Opus Plasma system can be precisely controlled by your technician, it comes with an excellent safety profile that minimizes damage to the skin. Always select a reputable and experienced provider when it comes to professional skincare treatments.
How much does Opus Plasma cost?
Your cost can depend on factors like your treatment area and how many sessions are needed for your ideal results. You’ll receive a full estimate of your package cost during your consultation.
What can Opus Plasma treat?
This option can treat a variety of skincare concerns like texture, aging, and laxity. Additionally, it can be used on most areas of the face, including sensitive areas like the eyes and lips. It can also be used to improve surgical scars and stretch marks all body parts.