What if we told you that you could achieve the results of an ablative skin resurfacing procedure with less than half the downtime? Opus Fractional Plasma® technology has changed the game when it comes to skin resurfacing. Many people have been afraid of aggressive treatments due to the lengthy healing time. But now, using Opus’ revolutionary system, we can rejuvenate your skin faster than ever before.
How Is Opus Different Than Other Treatments?
Opus utilizes the same mechanism of action as microneedling or other laser procedures that create tiny micro-injuries in the skin. The goal is to “trick” the body into generating those skin-building proteins and renew the skin. But, this technology far surpasses anything else in its class. While laser treatments use light energy, Opus uses fractional plasma energy to resurface the skin. Both technologies create tiny wounds in the skin, but the primary difference is in the shape. Laser-based treatments create tiny columns, whereas Opus creates a domed, cup shape. These more shallow micro-injuries heal faster. In addition, the high-frequency unipolar radiofrequency of Opus gently heats the deeper layers of skin which further stimulates collagen and elastin production. The result? Tighter, smoother skin.
Skin Resurfacing With Less Downtime
While other laser-based treatments provide excellent results, they often leave the patient with long healing times. In some cases, 2-3 weeks of downtime is required! Not with Opus. Because it’s less ablative, you’ll see only minimal swelling and redness for a couple of days. Plus, treatment sessions are just 20-30 minutes which makes them easy to fit into your schedule. We may recommend a course of 2-3 treatments over several months for maximum results.
Our patients can’t say enough great things about their Opus skin resurfacing treatments. This minimally invasive procedure yields results you have to see with your own eyes! If you’re considering Opus, schedule a consultation with us to discuss the benefits. We can help you address your skin concerns with a comprehensive treatment plan.