If you’ve ever wanted to achieve the rejuvenation benefits of surgery without scarring, downtime and the costs associated, you may want to consider PlexR Plasma treatments at Gulf Coast Plastic Surgery. Led by triple board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Gregory Pisarski, we offer this and other cosmetic treatments to residents of Bay City, Angleton, Lake Jackson and Houston, TX.
What is Plexr Plasma?
Plexr Plasma is an advanced cosmetic device that uses plasma energy as an alternative to lasers, surgery and other traditional cosmetic techniques. The Plexr system creates plasma by turning a solid immediately into a gas, generating pure plasma energy. When this plasma energy is transferred to the skin, it causes immediate tissue contraction and skin tightening without any heating elements. This means that it can create the benefits of surgery or laser treatments but without scarring, pain or significant damage to the skin. As a result, it has become the leading cosmetic alternative to surgery and laser devices, with applications that include:
- Non-surgical blepharoplasty (eyelid rejuvenation)
- Non-surgical facelift/neck lift
- Treatment of wrinkles and lines, such as smoker’s lines around the mouth
- Treatment of scars and acne scars
How Much Do Plexr Plasma Treatments Cost?
The cost of Plexr Plasma treatments can vary from person to person. We offer a range of payment options for our patients, including cash, credit cards, money orders, and financing through CareCredit®. If you’d like to learn more about the procedure and how much it might cost for you, contact us to schedule your one-on-one consultation with our staff today.
Am I A Candidate for Plexr Plasma Threads?
Plexr Plasma treatments can be a great option for patients who are looking for a non-surgical, non-laser treatment that can rejuvenate the skin. Additionally, it may be suitable for patients who want to avoid the costs, recovery period and scarring that traditionally comes with laser and surgical treatments. However, the best way to determine your candidacy for this treatment is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Pisarski. During your consultation, he can evaluate your treatment goals to ensure that Plexr Plasma is the best fit for you.
How is the Plexr Plasma Threads Treatment Performed?
The Plexr Plasma treatment begins with the application of a topical anesthetic cream, numbing the treatment area. Then, the Plexr Plasma handheld device is used to deliver plasma energy to the desired treatment area. Thanks to the topical numbing cream, this process is virtually pain-free. The treatment process typically takes about 20 minutes to complete, offering patients a quick and convenient solution for skin tightening and rejuvenation.
What is Recovery Like After Plexr Plasma Treatments?
With most Plexr Plasma treatments, there is no downtime required and patients can return to work and other activities immediately following their appointment. For sensitive treatment areas, such as the eyelids, a day or two of downtime may be required. Following your Plexr Plasma treatment, you can expect some dryness and scabbing in the skin as the body heals. We’ll provide you with the ConcHealer cream to help facilitate the healing process and keep the skin moisturized.
What Results Can I Expect from Plexr Plasma Treatments?
You can expect to see results from the Plexr Plasma treatment in the weeks following your treatment session, after the skin has healed. Some patients may require more than one treatment session to achieve optimal results. During your consultation, we’ll evaluate your goals and determine how many treatment sessions you can expect from your Plexr Plasma treatment. The results from Plexr Plasma can be expected to last between one and three years.
If you’re seeking a gentler alternative to surgical and laser treatments, contact us today to learn more about Plexr Plasma and determine your candidacy for treatment. We’ll be happy to help you schedule a consultation to discuss your goals. We welcome patients from Lake Jackson, Houston, Bay City, Angleton and the surrounding areas of Texas.