Non-Surgical PLasma Blepharoplasty

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Non-Surgical PLasma Blepharoplasty2018-09-24T14:43:41+00:00

Non-Surgical PLasma Blepharoplasty - Cocoona Plastic Surgery Centre

Cosmetic eyelid surgery, technically known as blepharoplasty. As we age, we develop loose and sagging skin and even fat on the upper and lower eye-lid. This excess skin can be removed to restore youthfulness on the face.

The procedure involves removal of excess fat or skin from upper and lower eyelids. With the advancement of medical science and technology, this procedure can be performed surgically or even non-surgically.

The latest method to do this procedure is using Plasma, which is a non-surgical method to reduce the excess skin. As a non-surgical procedure there are no cuts or stiches, and plasma technology is used to tighten the skin.

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It is tightening of skin using a revolutionary technology called " Plasma" the fourth state of matter - solid, liquid gas and plasma, It’s the technology used in weapons of " Star Wars".

The biggest advantage of this technology is, there is no incision, no stiches and no downtime.

A small handheld device, which is very precise and help treat small areas like the upper or lower eyelids, upper lips and even crows feet. The areas are treat without touching or harming the skin.

It very similar to lightening, when lightning hits an object it vaporizes it and converts it to carbon. On the skin, plasma vaporizes cells, leaving behind very small injuries in the form of carbon. As the body heals these injuries, new smoother and tighter skin is revealed. In the procedure we aim to tighten the excess skin by targeting localized area without damaging the surrounding areas.

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Disclaimer : It is quite important to understand that effectiveness, results, pain thresholds and associated risks of a procedure or treatment will differ patient to patient. It’s because every patient is unique and his/her biological response to treatment is different. We always advise to have an individual one-on-one consultation with a qualified doctor before the procedure or treatment.

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