Cost of Opus Plasma Treatment Q&A
Opus Plasma is one of the first skin resurfacing treatments that is effective for those with darker skin tones, filling an important gap in the skin rejuvenation industry. Clients can expect one treatment for the face and neck to be anywhere from $600 to $900 or more, and around $300 or more to include the chest. But prices vary according to your unique situation. So please reach out to our team of experienced medical professionals at Suburban Healthcare Associates today to learn more. For more information, contact us today at Suburban Healthcare Associates or book an appointment online. We have convenient locations to serve you in Naperville IL, Plainfield IL, and Joliet IL.
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What is Opus Plasma good for?
Is Opus Plasma FDA approved?
How do I prepare for Opus Plasma?
How much does Opus Plasma cost?
There are many different types of skin resurfacing treatments available on the market today, making it difficult for clients to decide which treatment is right for them. Opus Plasma is an innovative and cutting-edge new technology that uses radio-frequencies to illicit tiny controlled wounds in the skin stimulating the production of collagen to provide the recipient a rejuvenated, youthful complexion. While there are so many different types of skin resurfacing treatments to choose from, Opus Plasma stands out for having a very quick and easy recovery process, allowing for incredibly effective results. Additionally, Opus Plasma is one of the first skin resurfacing treatments that is effective for those with darker skin tones, filling an important gap in the skin rejuvenation industry.
Opus Plasma is a treatment intended for the rejuvenation of the facial skin. It works through the use of plasma energy to smooth the imperfections on the face by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, scarring, and improving hyperpigmentation. Opus Plasma treatments use radio frequencies to penetrate deep into the skin with heat to force the skin to prematurely heal, stimulating the production of collagen at the site of treatment. This kind of treatment is recommended for those aged 40 to 70 to encourage a more youthful and rejuvenated complexion. Additionally, Opus Plasma has also been used to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scarring elsewhere on the body. Since it is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment, Opus Plasma requires far less post-treatment recovery time and only takes 15 minutes to complete. The feature that makes Opus Plasma distinguished from other facial skin rejuvenation treatments available is that it is the first fractional skin resurfacing method that is proven to work just as effectively on darker skin tones.
Opus Plasma is FDA-approved and is considered a new innovative and cutting-edge technology as it only reached markets in 2020. It is the first of its kind to reach the markets and to become FDA-approved.
The preparation for the Opus Plasma treatment will be very similar to how one should prepare for other cosmetic facial procedures. Leading up to the treatment, it is recommended to avoid the use of Accutane at least 6 months prior, avoid laser treatments or sun exposure for around 2 weeks prior, increase water intake and avoid alcohol consumption around 5 days prior, and around 3 days before the treatment, avoid all exfoliating or peeling products that will remove any layers of your skin. If you have a darker skin type, struggle with cold sores, or wish to prevent bruising before the treatment, meet with the medical professional who will be performing the treatment to ensure that you have everything you need to be prepared beforehand. For the day of the treatment, it is recommended that you avoid all creams or lotions, makeup, or deodorant and that the face skin is freshly cleansed. This is also the time to ensure that the medical professional providing the treatment are aware of any recent changes in your skin or anything that you may note as a possible concern. Additionally, it is recommended that you consume a good meal and drink plenty of water within 2 hours of the appointment. The medical professional or clinic will let you know of all of these pre-treatment procedures and will give you information regarding aftercare once the treatment is finished.
The total cost of the Opus Plasma treatments depends heavily on the amount of surface area that is being treated, as well as how many treatments are necessary to attain the desired results. Clients can expect one treatment for the face and neck to be anywhere from $600 to $900 or more, and around $300 or more to include the chest. Many clinics will offer package deals, as the majority of patients will need 2 to 3 treatments to reach their desired results. If you are interested in a more accurate cost estimate for your Opus Plasma treatment, please call Suburban Health Associates today to learn more. We serve patients from Naperville IL, Plainfield IL, Joliet IL, Woodridge IL, Wolfs IL, Warrenville IL, Crystal Lawns IL, Romeoville IL, Lockport IL, Crest Hill IL, Shorewood IL, Gilletts IL, and Fairmont IL.
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