Plasma Skin Resurfacing in Worcester, MA
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What Is Plasma Skin Resurfacing?
Plasma skin resurfacing is one of the popular cosmetic skin treatments we offer at Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates. This therapy, which utilizes sophisticated Opus Plasma® technology, rejuvenates the skin by using radiofrequency (RF) and plasma energy to gently remove thin layers of skin, reducing the appearance of roughness or scars. This treatment is fantastic for individuals in Worcester, MA who want to smooth out creases or lines in the skin and minimize scarring, pigmentation problems, and other minor aesthetic concerns. If you want smooth, radiant skin, contact our office and schedule an appointment with Dr. Monica Gobran to discuss plasma skin resurfacing and other cosmetic skin therapies.
What Are the Benefits of Plasma Skin Resurfacing?
Plasma skin resurfacing with the Opus Plasma platform is a cutting-edge, nonsurgical skin rejuvenation option offered by Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates. With time, this minimally invasive technique improves the look and health of the skin by removing damaged skin cells and promoting the growth of new collagen and elastin. Potential additional advantages of this treatment at our Worcester, MA office include:
- Lessening wrinkles and fine lines
- Balancing skin texture
- Augmenting skin tone and color
- Minimizing visible pores
- Reducing scarring
- Diminishing the appearance of hyperpigmentation
- Gaining a youthful look
Who Are Ideal Candidates for Plasma Skin Resurfacing?
There are multiple factors to consider when choosing which method of plasma skin resurfacing treatment is right for you. Plasma skin resurfacing is ideal for anyone who is unhappy with their skin's appearance. If you have sun-damaged skin, acne scars, age spots, lines and wrinkles, redness, or pigmentation concerns, this procedure can be needed to correct these cosmetic flaws. In addition, this treatment works effectively if you have scaly patches, rough texture, or other skin surface problems. This treatment isn't suggested for anyone who has very dark skin tones or active acne outbreaks. Additionally, it's important to know that there is a recovery period associated with plasma therapy. Certain patients, based on their skin condition, may need up to 2 – 3 weeks to recover.
What Should I Expect with RF Skin Resurfacing?
At Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates, we perform plasma skin resurfacing from the convenience and comfort of our state-of-the-art treatment rooms. First, a member of our team will apply a topical anesthetic to numb your skin so you can remain comfortable during treatment. Then, Dr. Gobran will pass the Opus Plasma tool over the treatment area, allowing the RF and plasma to heat your skin and gently remove the scarred layers while promoting collagen production. The result is a glowing, refreshed appearance. Your specific plasma skin resurfacing plan will depend on the condition of your skin and your own cosmetic goals, but we generally advise 3 – 4 treatments spaced out over the course of a month or so.
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If you're dissatisfied with your appearance due to minor aesthetic flaws, like sun damage, fine wrinkles, rough skin, or acne scarring, Dr. Gobran may be able to help you with plasma skin resurfacing treatments powered by Opus Plasma. Plasma skin therapy offers a range of benefits for our patients in Worcester, MA, including minimal discomfort, little to no downtime after treatment, and the amazing results it generates. Schedule your consultation at Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates to learn more about how plasma skin treatment can help you create a striking new look.
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Plasma Skin Resurfacing FAQs
What is the cost of skin resurfacing with Opus?
Plasma fibroblast skin resurfacing prices will vary based on the type of treatment you get. During your first visit, Dr. Gobran or a team member will listen to your aesthetic concerns and goals before reviewing the different varieties of resurfacing. After this, Dr. Gobran or a skilled staff member can help you select your resurfacing treatment and discuss pricing.
What is recovery like after plasma skin resurfacing?
Dr. Gobran or someone on her team will explain how you can help your skin heal after a fractional plasma resurfacing session. The most important rule is not to peel or pick your skin. This could lead to long-term damage, like scarring. You should forgo all hair removal methods in the treatment area, which include shaving, waxing, or depilatory creams. In addition, you need to use sun protection or a head covering if exposed to UV rays. Our team can also recommend an ointment to help ease the recovery of the treated areas.
How often should I get microplasma skin rejuvenation treatments?
The initial plasma fibroblast skin resurfacing treatment generally creates significant outcomes for our patients. To attain the best possible improvements, you might want to get a set of 3 – 4 treatments every 2 – 4 weeks. For extensive rejuvenation treatments, extra time might be required between treatments. After the initial set of treatments, we advise coming in for maintenance fractional plasma treatments once or twice per year at Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates.