PLASMA FIBROBLAST FAQ
Q: How does Plasma Fibroblast work?
A: Plasma Fibroblast is the latest advancement in aesthetics that effectively renews fine lines. Targeted, controlled microinjuries on the skin induce collagen and elastin to effectively renew and restore skin with little downtime.
Q: Are treatments safe?
A: Plasma Fibroblast works with the natural functions of the skin and has a low risk of side effects. Extreme device precision and controlled energy settings limit the damage of surrounding skin, to reduce downtime and shorten healing time.
Q: What can I expect from a Plasma Fibroblast treatment?
A: The procedure creates tiny scabs in the treated area which remain for 3-7 days. You may see some immediate skin tightening. Minor redness is typical.
Q: What is the healing process?
A: Expect 3-7 days of scabbing. Allow scabs to fall off naturally. Once scabbing has fallen off, skin will be pink. This will also go away over the next several weeks.
Q: When will I see results?
A: Some clients see an immediate tightening. As scabs fall off and skin heals, it will tighten. We have you back in for a follow up visit 10-12 weeks from treatment. Optimal results 12 weeks and beyond.
Q: Why should I get a Plasma Fibroblast treatment?
A: The treatment rejuvenates the skin to reduce the signs of aging, may improve skin smoothness and texture, and encourages the skin’s natural glow.
Q: What areas can be treated?
A: Most areas where there are fine lines, such as crows feet, forehead, upper lip, chin, neck. Very deep lines are not a good area to try to treat.
Q: How many treatments are required?
A: Typically 1 treatment is enough depending on the depth and severity of the area. A second treatment can safely be done.