As your skin ages, numerous changes take place that makes your skin look dull, loose, or wrinkled. One of the most visible signs of aging skin is the change to a crepey look. Until recently, there were no surgical treatments available, and those with crepey skin were left hopeful with chemical peels or similar treatments.
The J-Plasma Renuvion is a revolutionary treatment for crepey skin. Whether used in conjunction with another procedure or not, there is nearly no place on your body Renuvion would not be able to help reduce the appearance of crepey skin.
Where previous treatments attempt to address crepey skin from the outside, Renuvion changes your skin from below the surface to give a tighter and more youthful appearance. Using the most abundant form of visible energy in the universe, J-Plasma creates the plasma energy by keeping helium gas at a temperature between 100 and 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
The plasma works under the surface of the skin by rearranging the structure and architecture of the skin, to create a toned and less crepey appearance.
The Renuvion procedure is usually performed under general anesthesia or sedation, and results can be seen soon after surgery. The skin will continue to tighten over the following months as skin rebuilds itself within, and creates new collagen.
Most patients who undergo a Renuvion procedure can return to work within just a few days, in comparison to other treatments that may require 2 weeks of downtime. Most patients have very minor pain and can get through with just over-the-counter anti-inflammatories.
If you want to hear more about J-Plasma Renuvion or would like to start achieving your overall aesthetic goals, contact Dr. Paul Ruff and the team, at West End Plastic Surgery in Washington, D.C., at 202-785-4187 or visit www.westendplasticsurgery.com to schedule a consultation today. Dr. Ruff and his team of expert aestheticians will work with you to develop a treatment plan that provides the longest-lasting results, using safe and easy treatment methods that fit into your schedule.