Non Surgical Eye Lift to Look Fresh with Adelaide’s Jett Plasma Specialists
Jett Plasma (Saggy Eyelid Treatment)
New to Laser Skin and Vein Clinic – Jett Plasma Lift™ treatment (non-Surgical upper blepharoplasty) which results in immediate visible skin-tightening without the need for surgery.
What is Jett Plasma and how does it work?
The Jett Plasma Lift uses electric discharge more specifically plasma exerese technology. Plasma is the fourth state of matter in which the molecules are in the ionised form. Plasma discharge is created by creating an arc between the tip of the jett plasma device and the treatment area on the skin using high voltage but very low current.
The plasma process restores the electric potential of the cell membrane, the cells are rehydrated and the skin becomes firmer.
Jett Plasma Lift is the only device using this technology.
Jett Plasma Lift is the next generation technology for skin tightening and stimulating collagen production. It enables the skin to produce a significant amount of collagen tightening and production, especially in those areas where previously we were not able to offer effective non-surgical treatment.
It is especially effective in ‘lifting’ droopy upper eyelids, and reducing deep lines (rhytides).
Jett Plasma Lift is a medical device that can only be operated by trained health professionals.
What areas can be treated with Jett Plasma?
The Jett Plasma can be used on any part of the skin, and is particularly suited to treatment of the upper eyelid (non surgical upper blepharoplasty), reducing sagging and tightening the area.
Other areas it can be used include reducing fine lines & wrinkling of the face or body such as smoker’s lines, facial lines, belly button area, thighs, cleavage and décolletage.
It can also be used for correction for scarring (including acne scarring), skin laxity, hyper-pigmentation, removal of warts skin tags etc.
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The Jett Plasma Treatment Process
Prior to the treatment the area is cleaned and a local anaesthetic will be applied either by injection or a topical cream.
Once the area has numbed the treatment will be undertaken, which involves creating a series of treatment dots across the skin being treated, the dots are made when a spark crosses from the Plasma Jett tip to the skin. Some heat is created in the process but as the area has been numbed it should result in little to no pain.
This spark creates a response in the skin, leading to collagen induction/production and the subsequent rejuvenating effect. As a result of the electric voltage, a cascade of physiological processes occur which result in the cell membranes tightening. When the majority of cells in the treatment area tighten up, it is visible to the naked eye.
This treatment does not involve any cutting, injecting, burning or removal of skin or tissue. It is particularly good at working on small areas of heavily lined skin such as upper and lower eye, ‘smoker’s’ lines over the mouth and accordion lines on the cheeks.
Once the area has been treated the Doctor will apply some cream to the area, there will be small visible brown dots across the skin that look like dots left by a pen.
The area should be kept clean for 24 hours with no make up applied.
Post that period make up can be applied, as should SPF sunscreen if you cannot avoid sun exposure.
Over the next few days the brown dots will crust and should be left to fall off by themselves.
What are the side effects of Jet Plasma treatment?
The side effects are immediate and may include swelling, bruising & reddening of the treated area generally lasting 2-3 days. The healing process will include crusting (which should be left to fall away naturally) over the course of about a week.
Treatments can sometimes lead to more prolonged redness and swelling, while the skin recovers, this is more likely when the eye lids or areas close to the eye are treated. It can take up to 7 to 10 days to fully recover for some people.
Makeup can be applied as cover where needed but should not be applied for 24hrs after the treatment.
How painful is a Jett Plasma treatment?
Prior to treatment a local anaesthetic (injection or cream) is applied to the area, hence any pain from the treatment should be minimal.
There may be mild discomfort during the healing process which should be easily managed with over the counter pain medication.
Why undertake this treatment?
The primary benefits of the Jett Plasma treatment are skin tightening, reduction of wrinkles and smoothing of the skin surface. This occurs as the Jett Plasma creates a reaction in the tissues, stimulating new collagen formation, and increasing elastin production.
Most people have a noticeable improvement in one treatment, but for some up to 3 treatments are required. You can expect to look younger and refreshed, while over time your skin will respond naturally by building more collagen and increasing elastin production.
This treatment does not involve cutting, injecting, burning or removing of skin or tissue.
How long does a Jett Plasma treatment take?
The treatment time is relatively short around 30 minutes but we allow an hour to cover preparation, anaesthesia and the treatment.
How do I arrange a consultation/treatment?
Jett Plasma treatments are performed by our in house doctor Dr Mary Lipton who prefers to see you for a consultation to discuss this treatment before proceeding with it.
During the 20 minute consultation she will assess your areas of concern and advise if the treatment is suitable for you. She will discuss the treatment with you, outline the process, advise what you should expect for outcome and the cost of treatment.
Non Surgical Blepharoplasty
$800 1st treatment
$550 2nd treatment
$350 3rd treatment
Alternatively, if you prefer to pay up front for all 3 treatments, this month’s special is $1500 for 3 treatments.
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e.g. skin tags, Seborrheic Keratosis, warts, scars, red veins and capillaries
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