Cosmetic and esthetic technology is always evolving, allowing us to provide the most state-of-the-art solutions for our patients. The first device of its kind, the revolutionary Opus Plasma combines radiofrequency with microplasma energy to offer skin resurfacing results like never before.
Opus Plasma can be life changing for our patients struggling with acne scarring or other skin texture concerns. This powerful treatment works by addressing unwanted skin issues at the cellular level, with the depth carefully controlled by our experienced providers. As a result, Opus Plasma is one of the most versatile types of laser acne treatment on the market.
The variable depth of Opus Plasma means treatment is tailored to your specific issues, from mild to severe. We hold the device near the skin, and the charged metal tips generate plasma which creates tiny fractional injuries. In response to these microinjuries, your body sends healing agents to the area and begins producing collagen and elastin – the building blocks of the skin. Even with treatment at deeper levels for severe acne scarring or pigmentation, you’ll experience less downtime than other skin resurfacing treatments. Essentially, this proprietary fractional plasma technology offers the results of an ablative treatment, but with a higher safety profile. Plus, sessions are fast – less than 30 minutes for small areas. Most patients see visible improvements in just one session, but we recommend a series of 2-3 for peak results.
Opus Plasma provides many of the benefits previously only possible with aggressive laser acne treatment, but with significantly less side effects. It is simply one of the safest, most effective solutions for skin textural quality issues.
If you’re concerned about the condition of your skin, especially acne scarring, or rough/uneven skin, Opus Plasma may be right for you. This innovative technology has truly been a “game changer” for many of our patients with severe skin texture concerns. Our knowledgeable team will assess your skin during a consultation and recommend a treatment protocol to help you meet your goals.