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***All Canadian dates have been substituted for skin specialist course
No Plasmalift will be trained at our Canadian dates
Skin specialist will include
Fibroblast Skin Tightening
Avoid costly and risky cosmetic surgeries such as eyelid correction. Fibroblast Skin Tightening, a new revolutionary non surgical lift treatment is highly effective, remarkable alternative to surgery. Some of the conditions which may be treated by Fibroblast include: eyelid lifting/tightening, wrinkle reduction, neck tightening, reduction of the upper lip wrinkles, and stretch marks and scars. Other conditions treated by Fibroblast include: reduction of loose skin on knees, hands and elbows; large pores, moles (flat or raised), age spots, warts; melasma, condition in which brown patches appear on the face; tattoo removal, and sun damage. Fibroblast also supports active acne treatment and removes acne scars.
During the procedure, tiny plasma flash also referred as an electrical arc is being discharged from the tip of the Fibroblast handpiece. The tool itself never touches the skin however plasma flash creates a tiny dot upon contact. There is no cuts, no blood. This innovative technology uses sublimation process, turning solid directly to gas to tighten skin tissue. Targeted tissue sublimate, causing no damage to surrounding areas or deeper skin layers. Further points are applied creating a symmetrical grid over the treatment area. Effects are noticeable right away. Full results become visible after 2-4 weeks. Patient can resume regular activities right away with minimal discomfort.
Fibroblast Skin Tightening is virtually painless and doesn’t require anesthesia. Numbing cream is used to minimize discomfort during procedure. Side effects are minimal and complications rare. Carbon crusts, a tiny superficial dots which form directly on the skin are part of normal healing process. Correctly treated with after-cream will cause no threat and fall off 5-7 days after treatment. After-care instructions will be given to a patient following the procedure. It is very important to adhere to our after-care advice.