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 what is it?

Opus Plasma is the first-of-its-kind to use fractionated plasma energy to deliver effects similar to a deep resurfacing treatment without the downtime and has the ability to address a wide range of skin quality concerns. Treatments are chemical-free, non-surgical, and uses your body’s natural healing process to create results.

Using plasma, the laser creates tiny channels (or “microinjuries”) in your skin to stimulate new collagen and elastin production. Because the plasma energy is fractional, it only treats a fraction of an area at a time, leaving the surrounding skin intact for even faster healing.

The result: smoother, more elastic, and younger-looking skin, without the longer recovery of other skin resurfacing treatments.

how does it work?

  • Fine Lines and wrinkles

  • Skin laxity

  • Uneven texture and tone

  • Unwanted pigmentation

  • Stretch marks

  • Acne scars

  • Droopy eyelids

what does it treat?

what areas can be treated?

  • Chest

  • Hands

  • Face

  • Neck 

  • Abdomen

  • Hips

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Although Opus treatments can be done anywhere on the body, unlike some of the other laser treatments, Opus is safe to use on sensitive skin around the eyes and mouth thanks to its precision applicator.

Some of the most common areas of treatment are:

  • Eyes

  • Mouth

Opus Plasma can be used on all skin types, including dark skin. Anyone who is looking to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin texture and tone, sagging skin, scars, and stretch marks is a candidate for this advanced skin rejuvenation treatment. 

who is a candidate?

is it painful?

Prior to treatment, a prescription strength topical numbing agent is applied to the treatment area for approximately 45 minutes to ensure you are comfortable during the procedure. Many patients report feeling nothing at all or a slightly prickly feeling.

On treatment day, a topical numbing cream is applied to the treatment area for approximately 45 minutes. Then, we use the Opus Plasma device to deliver radiofrequency and plasma energy through handpieces that glide across your skin. During the treatment, you may feel nothing at all, a mild prickling or heat sensation. Depending on the areas you are having treated, treatments typically take about 20-30 minutes. After the treatment, we apply a post-treatment serum that is massaged into the skin with ice globes (feels so good!). This helps to calm the skin and advance the recovery process. 

You can expect some redness and swelling in the treatment area, which may last 2-4 days but will fade quickly as your body starts to heal. Your technician will provide detailed aftercare instructions and products, and you can return to your normal activities immediately after treatment.


what happens during a treatment?

what is the downtime?

Because the Opus Plasma device creates minimal inflammation, the average downtime consisting of pink, blotchy, tight, and dry skin is 1-3 days and you can resume your normal activities whenever you feel ready. Typically, nobody will be able to notice you had anything done 48 hours post treatment.

Typical phases of skin recovery are:

  • Directly after treatment – the skin is pink, blotchy, and looks and feels like a sunburn.

  • 1-3 days post treatment – the skin is less pink and blotchy and will be tight, dry, and have a rough, sandpaper like texture. There may be areas of the skin that have micro scabbing and will exfoliate over the next couple days. You can wear makeup within 48 hours post treatment.

  • 4-7 days post treatment – the skin color has returned to normal, and your skin will be tight, dry, and flakey.

  • Day 24 to 1 year post treatment – The newly formed collagen fibers form a network while the capillaries degenerate. The tissue becomes increasingly stronger, with fewer blood vessels. It may take several months for the regeneration phase to complete and for the connective tissue structures to reorganize. This is truly a treatment that keeps on giving, and results can continue to be seen up to one year post-treatment.

Visible results can be seen with as little as only one treatment, but the recommended protocol is three treatments spaced four to six weeks apart for optimal results. To maintain your glow, maintenance sessions are recommended every six to 12 months after your initial series of three treatments.

how many treatments will I need?

Opus can produce very similar results to much more aggressive lasers, such as CO2, but has far less downtime and far less risk. Because it is fractional plasma, meaning the device ablates small channels but leaves much of the epidermis intact, it allows you to look presentable in as little as 24 hours and have far less risk of infection.

Most patients notice an immediate improvement in their skin tone and texture after treatment, but it may take several weeks to see final results as your body’s healing process and collagen building takes place for up to 12 weeks post treatment. We take before and after photos to capture your results so you can see your beautiful transformation for yourself!

when will I see results?

The results from Opus Plasma can last several years, especially when paired with quality skin care products and maintenance treatments. Unfortunately, results aren't permanent due to the aging process and the fact that it never stops.

how long do results last?

how is Opus different?





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