The use of a device fitted with a tiny needle that uses plasma energy to reduce wrinkles, skin excess, and pigmentation. Common areas of application: upper eyelids. PLASMAGE Compact, easy to handle and with a user friendly interface. Developed to treat delicate areas safely like upper and lower eyelids, where lasers and radio surgical units can not. Plasmage sublimates tissues without side effects on the skin. It is the only tool to perform Blefaroplasma with quick results.
PLASMAGE delivers plasma energy on the tissues, generated by the ionization of the gas in the air.
Plasmage is a class IIb medical device for non-invasive micro surgery. It is a perfect tool to be used on many aesthetic and dermatological protocols, like:
Fractional Plasma a revolutionary approach to provide EFFECTIVE and gentle treatments on delicate areas.
Plasmage delivers 30 modulations of energy: continuous mode, fractional mode, 4 levels of fractionation and 6 scales of intensity. Thanks to this wide selection, the operator can adapt the energy to the treatment protocol whilst ensuring a high level of safety and a perfect control of the spot.
The Fractional plasma, patented by Brera, allows patients to be treated quickly with the advantage of having less down time than surgery as well as being less aggressive than other plasma based devices.
Blefaroplasma with PLASMAGE may be defined as a non invasive eyelid treatment that improve abnormal function, reconstructs deformities, or enhances appearance and may either reconstructive or cosmetic (aesthetic).
Dermatochalasis, including symptomatic redundant skin weighing down on the upper eyelashes (i.e. pseudoptosis) and surgically induced dermatochalasis after prosis repair. Acquired blepharoptosis, may result from stretching, dehiscence, or disinsertion of the levator aponeurosis.
Aponeurotic blepharoptosis is commonly known as involutional ptosis in patients in which the anatomic changes are age-related. Brow ptosis, drooping of the eyebrows to such an extent that excess tissue is pushed into the upper eyelid. The plasma generated by the ionization of the gaz creates a sublimation of superficial tissues thus creating a lifting effect.
Blepharospasm blinking or other eyelid movements,like twitching,
that you can’t control.
Xanthelasma Palpebrarum is the most common form of xanthoma. The lesions appear as yellowish, flat, soft, with different form and dimension, are located mostly at the medial angle of the eyelid. It is usually bilateral and is characterized by the development of yellowish plaques related to the presence of cholesterol.
Lesions are initially situated in the medial canthus and gradually spread to all of the periorbital region in advanced forms. Histological examination reveals esterified cholesterol deposits situated in the cytoplasm of histiocytes in the middle and superficial layers of the dermis and epidermis.
Acne vulgaris is the most common cutaneous disorder that affects approximately 80% of the population at some point during their lives. Its prevalence has been estimated to be about 85-100% in boys aged 16-17 years, and 83-85% in girls of the same age. This common cutaneous disorder can cause permanent scarring and disfigurement, which may lead to severe consequences in psychological and personality development.
Acne is a multifactorial disorder of pilosebaceous units and affects the areas of skin with the greatest concentration of sebaceous follicles.
Wrinkles are creases, folds or ridges in the skin. Most commonly, wrinkles appear as we get older. The first wrinkles to appear on our face tend to occur as a result of facial expressions. Sun damage, smoking, dehydration, some medications, as well as a number of other factors may also cause wrinkles to develop.
Wrinkles are an inevitable part of the natural aging process. As we become older our skin gets thinner, drier and less elastic. Our skin’s ability to protect itself from damage is also reduced as we age. Eventually, wrinkles, creases and lines form on our skin. Apart from the factors mentioned above, a person’s genetic makeup also influences how wrinkly we become, and when and where wrinkles start appearing.
Most wrinkles tend to appear in the parts of the body which receive the most sun exposure, including the:
• Backs of hands
• Tops of forearms.
A lentigo is a small, sharply circumscribed, pigmented macule surrounded by normal-appearing skin. Histologic findings may include hyperplasia of the epidermis and increased pigmentation of the basal layer. A variable number of melanocytes are present; these melanocytes may be increased in number, but they do not form nests. Lentigines may evolve slowly over years, or they may be eruptive and appear rather suddenly. Pigmentation may be homogeneous or variegated, with a color ranging from brown to black.
Multiple clinical and etiologic varieties exist. The distinction of a lentigo from other melanocytic lesions (eg, melanocytic nevi, melanoma) and its role as a marker for ultraviolet damage and systemic syndromes is of major significance.
Years of damaging ultraviolet (UV) light exposure manifests clinically as a allow complexion with roughened surface texture and variable degrees of dyspigmentation, telangiectasias, wrinkling, and skin laxity. Histologically, these extrinsic aging effects are usually limited to the epidermis and upper papillary dermis.
Hypertrophic scars are characterized by excessive deposition of collagen in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues secondary to traumatic or surgical injuries.
Contrary to the asymptomatic fine-line scar that results from normal wound repair, the exuberant scarring of hypertrophic scars results typically in distressing disfigurement, hypertrophic scars are erythematous.
Cutaneous fibroma is a relief or a skin growth of normal skin color springs, is typically connected to the skin by a stalk. The skin papilloma may occur in any area of the body, although the preferred locations are the areas where there are skin folds such as the eyelids and around the eyes, the sides of the neck, armpits, groin and upper of the chest.
These small skin tumors are benign and are usually asymptomatic unless they are not traumatized voluntarily or involuntarily by clothes or other.
There are no known causes, however, it seems that the irritation due to rubbing in skin folds stimulates growth. The pendulous fibroids are very common in middle age. They develop in both men and women. They may be skin-colored or darker and of variable size between 1 and 5 mm.
Wart Vulgaris – A flesh-colored, firm papule or nodule due to infection of epidermal cells with human papillomaviruses. Also known as warts.
On close inspection, normal skin lines over the surface of the lesion are typically disrupted. The dome-shaped lesions can also be studded with black puncta. The growth is characterized by hypertrophy of dermal papillae and thickening of the keratin layers of the epidermis. The surface is hyperkeratotic with many small filamentous projections. Wart commonly occur on hands and fingers, and can occur in groups or in a linear pattern.
Frequently Asked Questions About
Almost any part of your body and face can be effectively treated with laser hair removal. These include the following areas:
– Bikini Line
– Public area
The Plasmage machine employs ionized gas, also known as plasmage, to disintegrate tissues. This technology is useful for carrying out precise microsurgical procedures, such as excising bumps, scars, and treating acne. Additionally, it can remove xanthelasma, wrinkles, and, from a cosmetic standpoint, minimize skin surface area to create a tightened and lifted appearance with reduced lines.
Plasmage is a cutting-edge device that utilizes plasmage (ionized gas), the fourth state of matter, to effectively target tissues. This innovative technology enables microsurgical procedures, making it ideal for removing lumps, bumps, scars, and treating acne. Additionally, Plasmage is capable of shrinking skin, resulting in a tightening effect, reducing lines, and even lifting the skin. It is particularly useful in areas that are often challenging to treat with other modalities, such as the eyelids. Moreover, it is a great option for those looking to reduce wrinkles, especially when volumization is not necessary or when dealing with deep wrinkles on the skin’s surface. It is also highly effective in removing lesions and xanthelasma.
Plasmage treatment is suitable for individuals who meet the criteria for its use. It is an effective option for treating early signs of skin sagging around the eyelids or for those who prefer a non-surgical approach. It is more suitable for individuals with lighter skin tones as there is a higher risk of scarring for those with darker skin. If used on darker skin tones, careful preparation and aftercare are necessary to avoid pigmentation and scarring.
Be sure to shave the target area the morning of or the day before your treatment, leaving the hair no longer than 2 millimetres. Shaving removes the majority of hair but leaves a small portion in the follicle to absorb the laser energy. Cleanse your skin with soap and water, and do not use any lotion, deodorant or perfume on the area.
The procedure is comfortable due to the numbing treatment used. However, if the area is numbed via injection of local anesthetic this can be uncomfortable, but this temporary discomfort can ensure a more comfortable treatment.
Results can continue to improve over the first 12 months due to collagen induction. However, with ageing being a continuum, this will continue and skin laxity will recur. Individual ageing and desired results will influence when a repeat treatment is required.
Most lesions will not return and removal is permanent.
Prior to the Plasmage procedure, the targeted area will be anesthetized with either a numbing cream or local anesthetic injections. The treatment will then involve the use of the Plasmage machine, which will create multiple micro wounds in a systematic manner to achieve the desired results previously discussed with the patient.