Alma Opus Plasma
What is Skin Resurfacing with Opus Plasma?
Opus Plasma, developed by Alma, a leading developer of aesthetics technology, is an FDA-approved treatment for skin rejuvenation. This treatment utilizes a device equipped with metal pins that emit radiofrequency energy while smoothly gliding across the skin's surface. When the energy interacts with the skin, it stimulates the formation of plasma, generating heat and creating micro-injuries. These micro-injuries trigger the body's natural healing response, leading to increased production of collagen and elastin. By carefully controlling the damage, this micro-ablative treatment ensures safety, precision, and minimizes the risk of inflammation.
What Are The Benefits Of Opus Plasma?
Opus Plasma offers numerous benefits over alternative skin rejuvenation treatments, including:
Quick treatment time: Opus Plasma requires only about 15 minutes for each session, saving you valuable time.
Minimal downtime: Unlike Co2 treatments, Opus Plasma necessitates less recovery time, allowing you to resume your daily activities sooner.
Visible results: Opus Plasma delivers noticeable improvements to your skin, helping to address various cosmetic concerns effectively.
Precise treatment: With Opus Plasma, you can expect targeted and accurate treatment, ensuring optimal results for your specific needs.
Under eye area enhancement: Opus Plasma is particularly effective for improving the appearance of the delicate under eye area, addressing concerns such as fine lines and wrinkles.
Comprehensive solution: Opus Plasma tackles a range of cosmetic concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, skin laxity, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and uneven texture.
Opus Plasma stands out as an exceptional skin rejuvenation treatment due to its swift procedure, minimal downtime, visible results, precise application, and ability to address various cosmetic concerns comprehensively.
What should I expect?
After the Opus Plasma treatment, you can expect some immediate effects as well as changes over the following days and weeks. Here's what you can typically expect:
Immediate effects: Immediately after the treatment, you may experience a red or flushed appearance on your skin. This is a normal response to the treatment and can be compared to a mild to severe sunburn, as you mentioned. The intensity of redness can vary depending on your skin's sensitivity and the aggressiveness of the treatment. You may also feel some heat or warmth in the treated area.
Downtime and recovery: The recovery time can vary from person to person, but typically, the redness and any discomfort should subside within a few hours to a few days. During this time, it's important to follow any aftercare instructions provided by your healthcare professional or aesthetician. This may include avoiding direct sunlight, using gentle skincare products, and avoiding excessive heat or friction on the treated area.
Skin improvements: Over the following days and weeks, you can expect to see gradual improvements in your skin. Opus Plasma treatment is known for its ability to stimulate collagen production and promote skin rejuvenation. This can result in firmer, smoother, and more even-toned skin. It can also help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, scars, and hyperpigmentation.
Multiple sessions: Depending on your specific skin concerns and desired results, you may need multiple Opus Plasma sessions. Your healthcare professional will guide you on the recommended number of treatments and the ideal interval between each session. Generally, a series of sessions spaced a few weeks apart is recommended to achieve optimal results.
Long-term benefits: Opus Plasma treatment can provide long-lasting benefits for your skin. The stimulation of collagen production can continue for several months after the treatment, leading to ongoing improvements in skin texture and tone. However, it's important to maintain a good skincare routine and protect your skin from sun exposure to maximize the longevity of the results.
It's worth noting that while the information provided is based on general expectations, individual experiences can vary. It's always best to consult with a qualified healthcare professional who can assess your specific needs and provide personalized guidance throughout the treatment process.
What are the Opus Plasma Results?
Once your skin has completely recovered, you can expect a noticeable enhancement in your complexion, characterized by increased vibrancy and firmness, resulting in a more youthful appearance. However, please keep in mind that it may take approximately three months for the final results to be fully evident. Opus Plasma is a treatment that effectively stimulates your body's natural collagen production, which means that your results will continue to improve over time as collagen synthesis continues. While a single session of Opus Plasma delivers outstanding results, it is typically recommended for patients to undergo three sessions, with intervals of four to six weeks between each session, to achieve even more significant improvements.
Who Is The Ideal Candidate?
Opus Plasma is an exceptional treatment known for its remarkable versatility in addressing cosmetic concerns for individuals of all genders, skin tones, and skin types. This groundbreaking procedure can be applied to various areas of the face, including the sensitive regions around the eyes.
When you schedule an initial consultation, our experienced team will thoroughly evaluate your specific cosmetic concerns and assess the quality of your skin to determine your suitability for the treatment. We will also take into account your medical history and discuss your desired outcomes to tailor the treatment to your unique goals.
Is Opus Plasma skin resurfacing painful?
Opus Plasma is generally well-tolerated, and the level of discomfort can vary depending on individual pain tolerance. Prior to the treatment, a topical anesthetic cream may be applied to minimize any potential discomfort. During the procedure, patients may feel a warm sensation or mild prickling as the plasma dots are applied to the skin.