Plasmage: The non-surgical aesthetic device to get excited about

2016 saw a drop in the number of Brits opting to have cosmetic surgery, meaning it was at its lowest level in almost a decade. According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), non-surgical cosmetic treatments are continuing to rise in comparison to the 40% decrease in surgical cosmetic treatments. So why are people opting to have non-surgical alternatives?

Surgery can be a daunting thought for many patients as there is more downtime, a higher financial cost, a greater risk of infection and many people want to avoid surgery. Non-invasive treatments also give the patient an immediately visible result for a much smaller cost. Therefore, non-surgical cosmetic alternatives are becoming a more attractive and inexpensive option for a wider group of patients. However, injections of botulinum toxin type A and dermal fillers do have their limitations when it comes to treating delicate areas such as the loose and sagging skin around the eye. This is where Plasmage will revolutionise your clinic and allow you to add to your treatment offering.

So, what is Plasmage?

Plasmage in a non-surgical device which uses plasma energy to sublimate excess tissue. The plasma is created when the needle tip is close enough to the skin to form a plasma arc but the tip never touches the skin. The device offers a wide variety of preset treatments that can be selected through the touch screen display as can be seen in the picture below.

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The preset treatments ensure that the optimum intensity and fractionation is used when you have selected the desired treatment area. This essentially means that the correct heat and energy level is used when treating patients making the procedure safer and less aggressive in comparison to other plasma based devices. Fractional Plasma ensures that safety and control is at the forefront of each treatment and Plasmage is the only device to use patented Fractional Plasma. There is also the option to manually input which level of intensity and fractionation you would like for a treatment.

What treatments can you perform?

Plasmage offers a variety of procedures to the user. Although non-surgical blepharoplasty is what the device is best known for, practitioners can also treat:

  • Xantelasma
  • Scars
  • Warts and verrucas
  • Lentigo
  • Fibroma
  • Fine line and wrinkles
  • Acne

Is there training involved?

Yes. When you purchase a Plasmage device you will be invited to a training day in either London, Manchester or Glasgow where an expert will guide you through how to use the device. You will also treat a live model on the day to ensure you are comfortable using the device. After the training you will receive your certification with CPD points.

We also offer 2-hour long open sessions where you can come along and see the device as well as a live demonstration. This gives potential clients the opportunity to ask any questions about Plasmage and see it live in action.

How much does Plasmage cost?

Plasmage is £9,000 plus VAT, a small price in comparison to competitors’ prices.

Upcoming dates:

Manchester

Wednesday 15th November => 6.30pm – 8.30pm (open session)

Thursday 18th January => 9am- 11am (open session), 11am- 5pm (full training)

London

Friday 1st December => 10am- 12pm (open session), 12.30pm – 5pm (full training)

Glasgow

Friday 8th December => 9am – 11am (open session), 11am- 5pm (full training)

 

 

For all details on the device and to book onto a training date please email: contact@medicsdirect.com or call: 0141 248 6294.

 

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