Plasma fibroblast therapy is an aesthetic procedure that can tighten and improve the appearance of the skin. A pen-like device is used to initiate minor trauma to the skin, which triggers a process of cellular regeneration.
Plasma fibroblast treatment is a nonsurgical skin-tightening procedure that uses a high energy discharge to make a small wound in the skin. This can encourage cells known as fibroblasts to repair the skin and maintain firmness. Nonsurgical skin tightening is a relatively common procedure. This less invasive treatment has a shorter recovery period than surgical options.
What is plasma fibroblast therapy?
This treatment improves the skin’s appearance by using plasma, which is a hot, gas-like substance, to stimulate the fibroblast cellsTrusted Source in the deeper layer of the skin to repair the outer skin layers. Some institutions describe plasma as the fourth state of matter, along with solid, liquid, and gas.
A fibroblast is a type of skin cell that secretes collagen proteins in the dermis, the layer of the skin just below the outermost skin layer. These cells play an important role in wound healing and maintaining skin firmness and tightness.
At Spark, our highly skilled professionals use a pen-like device that discharges plasma for the treatment. By applying energy to a gas, it creates a cloud of charged ions that is extremely hot and emits electromagnetic radiation. Using the device, we release a targeted, hot electric current to the skin to create a small hole, or microinjury, in the skin. In response to the microinjury, fibroblasts activate and attempt to repair and regenerate the skin.
Benefits of plasma fibroblast therapy
- high precision to target specific areas
- short operation time
- no bleeding
- less damage to other tissues and rapid formation of the protective layer
- fast healing
- immediate return to usual activities
- no visible scars
- no hyperpigmentation
- no infection
- no pain
- stimulate fibroblast activity
- encourage tissue regeneration
- result in tissue tightening
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