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The Plasma Concepts Pen is a plasma application device for the appearance of wrinkles, aging, skin laxity, tone, and texture. This cosmetic procedure is administered by a licensed, trained, and insured Certified Plasma Technician. Plasma Concepts can unlock skin’s potential for youthfulness and tighter, smoother skin in just one treatment with long lasting results and high patient satisfaction.
The results of the Plasma Pen treatment are virtually immediate and incredibly long lasting without the need for fillers or surgical correction. Plasma Concept’s technology is revolutionizing what is possible in improving skin tone and texture.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Plasma Treatment painful?
Topical numbing agents are used on the skin during treatment. Most clients report minimal discomfort and often describe the treatment as merely tingly.
When will I see results?
Although results are often dramatic from day one and your treated area may look completely healed from the outside very quickly, it takes several weeks and sometimes months to be able to see and fully appreciate all the results that the first treatment actually achieved.
How long do Plasma Concepts treatment results last?
Each individual’s results can vary and your technician will discuss your home care and lifestyle which can affect your results. Clients and technicians report that Plasma Concepts Pen delivers exceptionally long lasting results that can last up to 3 years.
Can Plasma Concepts Pen treat all skin types?
For revitalizing only skin treatment, we can treat any skin type. For full Plasma Concepts Pen Treatment we only treat skin types 1 to 3 on the Fitzpatrick scale. Your technician will be able to determine what skin type you are.
Below is a list of contraindications that will affect a Plasma procedure, in traffic light format, for ease of use:
Green = Information will need to be relayed at consultation stage.
Yellow = Proceed with caution. Amendment(s) will need to be made.
Red = Do Not proceed without written Dr. consent.
ALOPECIA, DRY EYE, GLAUCOMA, HAY FEVER, THYROXIN
Regular use of an inhaler can cause thinning of the skin and increased vascularity. These clients bleed more easily and sometimes bruise. Their skin is often more sensitive and they will take longer to heal.
Contact lenses must be removed before any treatment close to the eye. Do not use contact lenses for up to 72 hours post-procedure. We cannot begin to stress the importance of ensuring contact lenses are removed pre-treatment.
Clients with an under active thyroid may experience slightly longer healing time after treatment but should otherwise present no problem.
Clients must bring an advocate to their appointment who can give consent on their behalf and who can sign the necessary forms.
Anemia is a condition characterized by a deficiency of the hemoglobin content of red blood cells. These clients will bleed easily and will take longer to heal. A higher risk of bruising with delayed healing possible.
Excess fat and skin are surgically removed from the upper or lower eyes. You must wait for 3 months before treatment around the eyes (or longer if there is still pronounced redness in the area).
It is recommended to wait at least 21 days after Botox (or other neurotoxins) have been injected before commencing with Plasma Pen treatment. It is preferable to perform treatment prior to Botox being administered or when Botox is about due.
BROW/ FACELIFT/ FOREHEAD PROCEDURE
Allow three months after a surgical brow/forehead/facelift procedure before a Plasma Pen treatment.
BRUISE/ BLEED EASILY
This could indicate an underlying health problem. These clients will bruise easily and may take longer to heal. If bruising occurs it should pass within 4 to 7 days.
Cancer arises from the abnormal and uncontrollable division of cells that invade and destroy the surrounding tissue. Clients undergoing radiation or chemotherapy must wait 6 months before treatment with Plasma Pen. They should check with their oncologist to find out when their blood count is suitable for them to receive treatment.
Cataracts are cloudy areas of the lens inside the eye causing visual impairment. Clients must have a doctor’s written consent if treating the eye area.
Caused by trauma to the surface of the eye and highly unlikely to ever be caused during Plasma Pen treatment. If, however, post procedure, you experience unbearable stinging and blurred vision you must go to a doctor or hospital. Small abrasions may require no specific treatment. Larger abrasions are typically treated for a few days with a topical antibiotic to prevent infection.
Diabetics have a tendency to both bleed and bruise easily depending on the severity of their diabetes. They may find treatment more uncomfortable than usual and the healing process may be delayed. Severe diabetics and those that are insulin dependent have the risk of prolonged bleeding and bruising. You may also need to wait longer than 12 weeks between treatments.
Epilepsy is a disorder characterized by seizures in which the patient suffers muscular spasms and may lose consciousness. If a client has not had an episode in 2 years you may proceed with caution. You should insist your client bring someone with them to their appointment. Ensure that you have clearly explained the possibility of the procedure triggering a seizure and have the client sign a consent form. The client must also have written medical consent from their doctor.
EYE LASER SURGERY
Laser procedure performed on the eye to correct or improve vision. It is recommended to wait 8-12 weeks post-surgery unless written medical consent is given.
Herpes Simplex is a viral infection commonly referred to as a cold sore or fever blister – usually around the mouth. If a client has ever had a cold sore then they are more likely to have an outbreak after Plasma Pen treatment in that area. We suggest they ask their doctor for medication or use Lysine which is available from most local pharmacies. They should take medication 5 days before treatment and 5 days after treatment. None of this offers a guarantee that they will not have an outbreak.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
Condition in which the force of the blood against the artery walls is too high. Treatment can cause clients to be anxious resulting in higher blood pressure. If client has severe high blood pressure issues then they should obtain written medical consent.
It is recommended to wait at least 21 days after the filler has been administered before doing any treatments. It is also common for lips with large amounts of filler or fat to have slower or compromised healing.
KIDNEY & LIVER DISEASE
Disease of the liver and kidneys can affect healing. Written consent from a doctor is required if you have kidney or liver disease.
MITRAL VALVE PROLAPSE
The mitral valve in the heart occasionally malfunctions and require prophylactic antibiotics to prevent an infection. If a client needs to take antibiotics when they visit their dentist, then they will need to do the same prior to any Plasma Pen treatment.
Indented or depressed scars that look like valleys or holes in the skin. These areas may be treated if scar is at least 6 months old.
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
If revealed by the client that they have STD then it is the choice of the technician whether or not to proceed. Extra care must be taken to avoid infection.
Immune system virus - part of the herpes family. Leave a 6 month gap between the end of the virus and Plasma Pen procedure.
SKIN DISORDERS (e.g. psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis)
Skin disorders can make the skin exceedingly dry and treatment more uncomfortable as the skin is usually thin and more sensitive. Areas with the condition can not be treated.
STYES/ CONJUNCTIVITIS or FREQUENT EYE INFECTIONS
Infection of the eye - if a client suffers regularly from eye infections then you should ensure that the eye has at least 6 weeks to heal. The Plasma Pen procedure may cause the condition to reoccur if they have the eye area treated. If in doubt ask for written consent from a doctor.
Condition where a person feels compelled to pull out hair on head, brows or lashes. These clients will be prone to picking during their healing procedure which will increase their risk of infection, raise the risk of hyperpigmentation and ultimately compromise their result.
BREAST FEEDING, PREGNANCY, BIRTHMARKS, PORT WINE STAINS, HEMOPHILIA, HEPATITIS, HIV/AIDS, HYPERPIGMENTATION, LUPUS, RETINAL DETACHMENT, SCAR-HYPERTROPHIC, SCAR-KELOID, STEROIDS or CORTISONE, VITILIGO
PACEMAKER OR COCHLEAR IMPLANT - *CANNOT TREAT*
Causes a severe reaction to anything containing alcohol. Treatment should not be carried out until 6 months after the last tablet was taken. Client should not resume medication until 4-6 weeks after treatment.
More prone to bruising and bleeding but the client can still be treated. Additional treatments may be required.
Medication for thyroid disorders; The client may find the skin is more sensitive.
Medication taken by diabetics. It is advisable to obtain medical consent due to slower healing and increased risk of infection.
Treatment for Rheumatoid arthritis. Has been known to permanently discolour the skin when used with certain devises. Client should consult their specialist physician and obtain a doctors note before receiving treatment.
ROACCUTANE & ACCUTANE
Steroid cream and Accutane oral medication for treatment of acne can thin the skin considerably. Treatment should not be carried out until 6 months after the last tablet was taken. Client should not resume medication until 6 weeks after Plasma Pen treatment.
BLOOD THINNER ANTI-COAGULANTS
Heparin or Warfarin (also called Coumadin) slow down your body's process of making clots. Used to thin the blood following illness or surgery. Clients on this medication can not be treated.