Facial rejuvenation aesthetic treatments aim to provide a more youthful appearance to a person’s face. These treatments can help reduce wrinkles, age spots, and lines as well as signs of sleeplessness, stress, and sun damage.
An important aspect is to understand which facial rejuvenation procedure is most appropriate and effective.
Facial rejuvenation treatments can be both invasive and non-invasive. They may make use of ultrasound, lights, surgical incisions, lasers, and chemicals. It may take days or even weeks for the patient to heal from such procedures.
J-Plasma Renuvion Face Tightening Before & After Photos
Some patients may eventually find themselves wondering if the made the right decision after undergoing these procedures.
Patients seeking the latest procedures to reduce signs of aging on the face such as sunspots should evaluate the state-of-the-art J-Plasma treatment. This unique treatment offers beautiful results non-surgically and causes minimal side-effects.
The Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery (VIPS), led by focused board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Burton M. Sundin and Dr. Reps B. Sundin, provides J-Plasma to patients in Richmond, Fredericksburg, Tysons Corner, Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and other neighborhoods and suburbs in this part of America.
How J-Plasma Works
J-Plasma makes use of “plasma” which is not the clear fluid found in the body or another kind of bodily fluid. In this case, plasma refers to helium energized gas which is an excellent conductor of electrical pulses. Plasma is called the “fourth state of matter,” in addition to solids, liquids, and other gases.
The J-Plasma device uses radio frequency (RF) energy on helium gas to ionize it. This converts the helium gas into cold plasma. When the cold plasma emanates from the device in a stream, the treatment provider applies this device to the patient’s skin.
The J-Plasma device may be used underneath the skin (subdermally) or over the surface. In case it is used on the undersurface of the skin, it is inserted into the skin via small incisions.
The provider will use the device to deliver ionized gas underneath the skin making it tighter immediately. This technique is often used on the body as a liposuction alternative.
Although J-Plasma may be recommended as a nonsurgical alternative to facelift surgery, it can offer the skin many additional benefits than merely making it tauter or reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
The J-Plasma procedure can treat signs of aging on the face such as sunspots and irregular pigmentation. This factor allows the J-Plasma treatment to rival other noninvasive facial rejuvenation procedures such as laser resurfacing and intense pulsed light (IPL).
Ideal candidates for the J-Plasma procedure are individuals with mild to moderate skin aberrations such as sunspots and who want a dramatic improvement in their skin.
However, patients should understand that J-Plasma is not always a suitable spot treatment. It is more appropriate for the treatment of the entire neck and face area. But certain individuals do seek J-Plasma spot procedures to address specific concerns.
J-Plasma skin rejuvenation effects are immediately visible. The skin beneath the eliminated superficial skin layer is noticeably smoother. The skin is free of aberrations such as sunspots and attains brilliance which further enhances its dazzling and smooth look.
The complete effects of a J-Plasma procedure may take months to become apparent. The redness associated with the procedure also fully subsides in a few months. Kind cosmetic surgeons at VIPS receive patients from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Tysons Corner, Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and nearby areas across the horizon for J-Plasma.
For more information on the surgical and non-surgical procedures and treatments by Board Certified Cosmetic Plastic Surgeons Dr. Reps Sundin and Dr. Burton Sundin please visit
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