Plasma Lift

Plasma Lift-Non Surgical Anti-Ageing and Skin Rejuvenation

Claremont dental Practice is introducing revolutionary radical Plasma Fibroblast

treatment- the latest non-surgical, non-invasive face and body lifting treatment

designed to rejuvenate ageing and sagging skin

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Plasma Lift?

Plasma Lift is a 100% non-invasive and non-surgical procedure and is the only cosmetic treatment to use plasma  which is considered the 4th state of the matter to reduce the volume of excess skin by generating collagen and elastin fibres that become weaker as a person ages.

How does Plasma fibroblast treatment work and what is the principle behind the Plasma Lift?

The Plasma Pen is a handheld device that is held a millimetre from the surface of the skin but near enough to create a small stream of energy as the plasma reacts to your body’s electrical charge. The principle is to ionizes gases in the air and to create stream of energy called “plasma arc” in the epidermal and dermal areas of the skin

Once ‘plasma arc’, makes contact with your skin, a small scab is formed and the area around this scab is instantly tightened.  These scabs will all fall off to reveal a new skin which is tight by boosting collagen production by the body which  your skin’s production of collagen in the affected area, meaning that your skin will continue to tighten months after you leave the clinic!

What device is used?

A small hand held device called Plasma pen is used by highly trained  plasma fibroblast specialists to provide a non-invasive treatment for a variety of skin concerns to generate new skin.

This extremely accurate device works by producing a micro-millimetre pulse of “plasmatic lightning” from the probe to the skin which evaporates and causes the area to contract, without any unwanted heat transmission to surrounding skin.

What are the benefits?

It is a proven alternative to surgery which improves sun damaged skin, bringing fresher, firmer, more youthful looking skin, improving fine lines and sun damage. It’s the only treatment that has a proven record of generating new skin. Very specific areas of the epidermis are treated without affecting the surrounding skin or risk of damaging deeper layers of skin.

Are the results long lasting?

Very often, only one treatment  is required to see the change  and these effects of the treatment are permanent.  After few years, many people come for a top up after 3 or 4 years as the skin undergo continuous changes as people age.

What is the healing period?

Healing period is short and the scabs that form will start falling away after about three days, and 1 week all the scabs should normally come off .

What are the risks?

It has low risk, minimal downtime and more affordable than surgery. Treatments  can result in some immediate reactions including redness, minor bleeding and swelling. In upper eyelid area, swelling and redness may appear which will gradually disappear. Do not pick any scabs which may follow the aesthetic treatment. This occurs within 10 days from the aesthetic treatment. This alone will suffice as after-care. All other aftercare treatments are not strictly required as the body will naturally takes care of the healing process.

Is it alternative to Botox?

Unlike Botox which needs top up every few months, treatment with Plasma Fibroblast  is long lasting. At the same time Plasma Fibroblast treatment has no adverse reactions like migration of the substance (Botox),  neck pain, dry mouth, droopy eye lids which can sometimes appear with Botox.

What areas can be treated by Plasma Fibroblast Specialist?
  • Eye lids ( Dropping and heavy lids)
  • Fine Lines and wrinkles
  • Nasolabial Lines
  • Marionette Lines
  • Smokers Lines
  • Neck/décolletage
  • Age and sun spots
  • Stretch marks
  • Moles

Advantages of Plasma over surgery

  • No injectable anaesthetic required
  • No cutting of the skin
  • No stiches required
  • Minimal side effects and far less downtime
  • Quick and easy procedure
  • Return to work same day
  • No thinning of the skin
  • Significantly less costs
What are the general contraindications for Plasma FibroBlast Therapy?
  • Plasma FibroBlast treatment should be avoided if you have an underlying medical condition or diabetic.
  • Complete antiviral course treatment has to be followed if you ever had episodes of herpes simplex before undergoing any treatment.
  • This treatment is not recommended if you have a pacemaker or metal implant.
  • Effect of Fibroblast simultaneously with peeling, Botox, laser or ultrasound based treatments is unknown and therefore should be avoided for at least two months after the last treatment
  • This treatment is not recommended if you have darker skin (Fitzpatrick scale skin type 6)
  • This treatment should be avoided
    • If your skin is prone to scarring /keloid scarring
    • If you have sever skin conditions, open wounds, severe acne, lupus, Psoriasis or Vitiligo
    • If you have allergies or sensitivities to any of the products used during the treatment
  • This treatment should be avoided if you have a history of being treated with blood thinning medications or gold therapy or if you have been taking Roacutane in the last year.
  • This treatment is not recommended if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, immune-deficient or suffering from any other autoimmune disorder
  • This treatment should be avoided if you are going to a place where there is possibility of extreme sun exposure, UV light, freezing temperatures.
What are the common side effects of Plasma FibroBlast Treatment
  • Small burns
  • Major swelling
  • Pain
  • Tenderness
  • Reddening of the skin
  • Itching
  • Heat in area of Plasma FibroBlast

  • Pain:  Lasts up-to 24 hours after the treatment, but sometimes slightly longer.
  • Swelling : Can last up to five days.  If any of these symptoms persist for more than six days, or if any other side effects develop, report them to your practitioner and consult your doctor.
  • Redness: Long term redness and slight tenderness may continue for a few weeks following the treatment.
  • There is small risk of scarring, hypo-pigmentation or hyper-pigmentation which can be minimised but can never be completely avoided, however these risks are greatly increased if the aftercare instructions are not strictly adhered to.
  • Number of sessions:  The number of sessions required to achieve the desired result will be determined by the type of treatment you request and the size of the area being treated. The minimum interval between treatments on the same area is 6 weeks. This minimum time period may need to be extended, depending on your skin type and your individual reaction to the treatment.
  • Hyper pigmentation: The likelihood of this side effect is very low and can be minimised but never completely avoided. Hypo-pigmentation is a normal reaction in skin renewal and normally disappears after a few months. These risks are minimised by following the after-care recommendations and avoiding sun exposure and applying total sun block for the prescribed period. In certain circumstances red or pink spots where the treatment was carried out can develop and be visible for a few months. This is likely due to the use of cosmetic products after the treatment. These spots will eventually subside over time. No cosmetic products should be applied on the treated areas.

A strict after care regime needs to be followed following the treatment with Plasma Fibroblast treatment

Our Info

Claremont Dental Practice,

1-3 Terminus Buildings,

Claremont Road,BN25 1NT

Tel: 01323 897502


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