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Plasma Eye Lift
“]To upper 1/3 of the face and especially the area of Eyes have been associated with youthful facial appearance and beauty, but the particularly sensitive skin of the eyes makes them one of the first areas of the face to show signs of aging. The passage of time will cause a relaxation of the skin on the upper and lower eyelids, resulting in a "tired" look and an "aged" face.
In the past surgery, known as blepharoplasty, was the only option. Blepharoplasty surgery is an effective method, but many people are afraid of general or local anesthesia and sutures, the operating room and the possible complications of the operation, such as bleeding, ecchymosis (bruising), hypertrophic scars, asymmetric correction, entropion or ectropion of the lower eyelid.
However now a new minimally invasive technique has made non-surgical blepharoplasty a reality.
Non-surgical blepharoplasty can be used to rejuvenate and instantly tighten the skin around the eye area, improving the appearance of the skin, shrinking unsightly "bags" and lifting and "opening" the eye. It is a suitable treatment for people with excess skin on the eyelids who want to avoid surgical blepharoplasty. As with any treatment, a thorough consultation with your doctor should be done to see if this is the right solution for you.
Unlike other non-surgical treatmentss blepharoplasty such as with laser, i plasma treatment it can to be performed on all skin types.
The procedure is performed with a portable microsurgery device. This device works wirelessly, power is only required to recharge the built-in battery. In this way the device becomes extremely easy to use, ergonomic and a high performance device created from the need to be used in cases where the use of lasers or radio frequencies was difficult.
Plasma blepharoplasty treatment works by creating a series of microzones of injury (tiny dots on the skin), which cause an immediate contraction and tightening of the skin fibers to createiit is a lifting, remodeling and rejuvenation action. H effect of plasma technology is limited in the skin's surface cells called "keratinocytes", without damaging the underlying tissues.
The treatment uses the fourth state of matter: plasma (the other states are solids, liquids and gases). The principle involves the ionization of the gases contained in the air forming "plasma". The forms of the plasma create a small electric "arc", which is used on the skin surrounding the eye area without dispersing the unwanted heat and destroying the surrounding tissues. The treatment stimulates contraction, shortening and tightening of the skin on the upper and lower eyelids. Plasma is a much less invasive treatment compared to fractional or her diathermy. The technique is dynamic, because it allows the patient to open and close his eyelids and make expressions during the correction operation, so the problem (of the skin fold) is identified and corrected in real time.
The treatment is carried out using a local anesthetic to minimize any discomfort and is painless with almost no pain. Topical anesthetic cream is applied to the area for 30 minutes before non-surgical blepharoplasty. After the treatment they may feel a local heat in the area and a feeling of numbness or burning.
The average treatment time is about 30 minutes.
There is minimal recovery time associated with the treatment. There may be some swelling (swelling) and redness in the area, which will last for 2 days. Cold packs may be applied to reduce swelling, or an anti-inflammatory medication may be given to relieve swelling.
The small black marks in the area where the application was made (they are scabs, i.e. "cattles") will go away on their own (they should not be rubbed or removed by hand to avoid contamination) in five to seven days, but until then you can you can easily cover up with a concealer and go back to work, That's why we recommend that the treatment is done on Friday so that on Monday you can go back to work.
Sun protection with a sunscreen (SPF 50+) is essential. Therefore, sun protection for the eye area is recommended for one month. Make-up with natural filters can be applied. We recommend that you avoid exposing the area to extreme heat or cold until it is fully healed.
How many Plasma treatments are needed?
Plasma-Blepharoplasty usually includes both eyelids in the same session.
The results are visible immediately although the maximum therapeutic effect is observed after 3 weeks. Results are visible after the first treatment, however some may require a second or third session to achieve the best result. For severe cases we recommend 3 treatments at an interval of 6 weeks to get the best results. The results achieved are immediate and permanent.
1.PLASMA EYE-LIFT is a dynamic treatment, in the sense that it allows the doctor to ask the patient to blink and make expressions during treatment, so that the doctor can see which aspects of the skin have not yet been treated and how to proceed and complete the application.
2. It is also non-invasive as it does not involve incisions, stitches, does not remove fat and does not affect the eyelid sphincter muscle
3. It is possible to correct the asymmetry in the relaxation of the eyelids.
In which cases does the Plasma eyelift treatment not help?
Sagging eyelid skin is usually associated with advancing age, but the truth is, many different underlying conditions can affect the appearance of the eyes. Before considering any invasive or minimally invasive solution the patient must restore a proper sleep schedule, adequate hydration, and proper diet with an emphasis on avoiding salt. Other important conditions that affect the appearance of the skin in the eye area are allergies, and chronic edema (swelling).
In the lower eyelid, there are several other causative factors that cause an image that is not desirable. Some of the first signs of aging are seen in the lower eyelid area from the reduction of subcutaneous fat of the lower eyelid. This exposes the bone of the eye socket, creating a gap that we call the "tear valley", but in some cases it can emphasize the normal fat of the lower eyelid, resulting in the description of "lower eyelid bags". Missing volume can be restored with fat grafting, or with simpler procedures such as hyaluronic implant injections.
"Swollen eyelids" are a condition usually hereditary and due to excess fat. Surgery is the only option. Fat removal (without skin removal) will restore a nice fold.
Often, dark circles under the eyes are the result of the especially thin skin of the lower eyelid and the lack of subcutaneous fat. This emptiness can occur even in very young patients. Hyaluronic implant is successfully used to restore natural volume. Autologous mesotherapy with PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is another alternative. More treatment sessions will be required but the results are more permanenta in relation to hyaluronic acid. The volume deficit can be restored with autologous fat grafting which also offers more permanent results.[/et_single][et_single icon=”no-icon” tab_title=”
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