Plasma Skin Resurfacing

When it comes to repairing and renewing aging skin, laser-based skin resurfacing has been the treatment of choice for decades. While the results are rewarding, it can come at a price – many days, if not weeks of downtime.

 

Like traditional laser skin resurfacing, Opus Plasma removes a small fraction of the skin, which stimulates the surrounding skin to repair itself. But unlike traditional laser-based skin resurfacing technologies, Opus Plasma uses a one-of-a-kind plasma technology that precisely controls the energy-to-tissue contact time, minimizing unwanted inflammation that often leads to longer recovery.

 

Enjoy fractional skin resurfacing results with much less downtime using our NEW, FDA-approved, non-invasive, non-surgical method of facial skin rejuvenation.

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Features and Benefits:

  • Visibly reduces the appearance of scars, expression lines, and wrinkles
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Safe and effective to treat darker skin tones
  • Little to no downtime
  • Improves the appearance of sagging skin, stretch marks, and uneven skin texture
  • Non Surgical Eye Lift — The Colibri applicator provides the highest power solution for treating fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and mouth.

FAQs

What is plasma?
When we talk about Opus plasma, we are not referring to blood plasma. We are instead referring to a type of energy. Plasma is the fourth state of matter with the other states of matter being solid, liquid, and gas. As solid can become liquid, liquid can become gas, gas can become plasma.

 

What is skin resurfacing?
Skin resurfacing, most commonly using a laser, is the most dramatic non-surgical procedure to repair and renew the skin to address a wide range of skin concerns. Fractional-based skin resurfacing is the modern skin resurfacing method that involves creating a pattern of microscopic injuries to a fraction of the skin. This stimulates a natural wound healing response exciting the skin to repair itself. The type of injury can vary depending on the type of fractional-based skin resurfacing technology used.

 

What areas can the Opus laser treat?
Here at NuYou, we can treat any areas on the face and neck, including sensitive areas such as around the eyes, as well as chest, abdomen, hands, and legs with Opus Plasma laser.

 

What should I expect?
Opus Plasma is a quick, 15-minute outpatient treatment usually performed following application of a topical anesthetic. During your consultation, we will assess your skin to personalize the best treatment plan for you.

 

What is the downtime?
One of the benefits of Opus resurfacing treatment is the short downtime. Patients will notice some redness and minor swelling on the treated area, however that will improve in 1-4 days. One of our NuYou MedSpa Specialists will give you detailed instructions for post Opus Plasma skin resurfacing treatment.

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