Fractional Plasma

Treats acne scars, fine lines & wrinkles, pigmentation, dullness & texture

Fractional Plasma Services

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.

How Does it Work?

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.

What is Opus Plasma?

Opus Plasma is a revolutionary high-frequency unipolar radiofrequency technology. The first fractional plasma device on the market, it combines radiofrequency with microplasma energy to create tiny channels in the skin to jumpstart collagen production and rejuvenate the skin. It’s a similar technique to microneedling or other fractional ablative laser treatments, but it uses plasma technology for some of the best benefits available.

What Are the Benefits of Opus Plasma?

Because the Opus Plasma system uses plasma energy, it can reduce inflammation by precisely controlling contact time. This means it comes with greatly reduced downtime versus alternative treatment options. Additionally, Opus Plasma only requires a quick, 15-minute treatment session and can be performed using a topical numbing cream. This means you can easily fit it into your regular schedule along with subsequent treatment sessions to achieve your ideal results.

Which Areas Can Be Treated?

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.

Who’s a Good Candidate for Opus Plasma?

One of the best parts about the Opus Plasma system is that it’s extremely versatile and can be customized to your unique skin type, tone, and concern areas. It can be used on the face as well as sensitive areas like the eyes and lips, unlike other treatments like microneedling. The Opus Plasma can also be used to improve surgical scars and stretch marks on any body part. During treatment, your technician can specifically adjust the energy level to suit your needs and ensure against unwanted inflammation and plasma contact.

What is Recovery Like?

Your recovery process will be unique to your treatment and your specific skincare goals. Clinical studies have shown that Opus Plasma required 50% less downtime than laser alternatives, meaning you can get back to your regular activities far more quickly. In fact, most patients experience only some mild to moderate redness and swelling within the first two days. You’ll see noticeable improvement after your first treatment with your results only compounding with more sessions. Most patients need two or three sessions for best results.