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An innovative, first-of-its-kind radiofrequency skin resurfacing technology using PLASMA to improve skin tone, texture, wrinkles & fine lines, scars, acne scars, & stretch marks.

 

WHY PLASMA?

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 — 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 Plasma, with Opus Plasma.

 
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How Does It Work?

Opus Plasma removes a small fraction of the skin, which stimulates the surrounding skin to repair itself.

Who Is a Good Candidate?

Across the country we have seen anyone from their early 20s all the way to their 90s get the Opus treatment. By customizing the settings we can treat those looking for a simple “glow up” all the way to someone looking for very aggressive resurfacing. We can even focus in on typical trouble areas such as the neck, around the mouth and eyes.

How Many Treatments Are Required?

During your consultation your provider will assess your skin to personalize a treatment plan for you. Best results are typically seen after 3 treatments, although noticeable improvements may be seen after 1 treatment.

How Long Does Each Treatment Take?

This will vary based on your personalized treatment plan recommended by your provider. For a full face resurfacing procedure we typically schedule an hour - this allows time for the application of topical anesthetic with the actual treatment taking about 15 minutes.

Does It Hurt?

All resurfacing treatments come with some level of discomfort. Many patients report feeling hot in the treatment area. Topical anesthetic may be used to numb the treatment area prior to the Opus treatment.

What Is The Downtime?

This will vary depending on treatment plan recommended by your provider. You may experience 24-48 hours of mild to moderate redness and swelling. Makeup may be worn after 24 hours

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Our clients can use MINDBODY® to schedule appointments at their convenience.

Appointments are available Monday 10-7, Tuesday 10-6, Wednesday 10-6, Thursday 10-6, Friday 10-3

and Saturday hours by appointment only

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