Plasma Eye Lift Coventry
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure, available at our Coventry clinic, is a non-surgical treatment that can help tighten the skin on your eyelids with a brief downtime.
This affordable option uses a plasma spark pen to stimulate the natural elasticity of your eyelids, resulting in potentially long-term effects without the risks of surgery.More Info
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VIVO Clinic Coventry
452 Foleshill Rd
The Plasma Eye Lift treatment received at our Coventry clinic is known to produce results that can last up to 24 months.
However, the effects of the treatment may be permanent if proper aftercare is followed and a healthy lifestyle is maintained, as the excess skin is removed non-surgically.
It’s important to note that the Plasma Eye Lift cannot prevent the skin on the eyelids from ageing.
To help extend the results of the treatment, it’s important to follow the recommended aftercare instructions and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The Plasma Eye Lift at our Coventry clinic typically requires one to two sessions to achieve the desired results, but this may vary based on the individual’s age, the condition of their eyelids, and other personal factors.
It is important to speak with our qualified clinician to determine the appropriate number of treatments for your specific needs and goals.
A treatment session for the Plasma Eye Lift at our Coventry clinic usually lasts for 60 minutes, including the time needed for the actual procedure.
If you are also having a face-to-face consultation during the session, the total time at the clinic may increase.
It is important to plan for sufficient time for both consultation and treatment to ensure that we are able to provide optimum care.
The Plasma Eye Lift is a non-surgical treatment that is designed to tighten and rejuvenate the skin around the eyes.
It uses a device called the Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen, which generates plasma by ionizing natural gases in the air with a voltaic current.
The pen’s tip does not puncture the skin, but rather, it creates small, superficial burns, or ‘dots,’ on the surface of the skin using a 0.3mm needle surface.
These plasma dots are created when the skin tissue vaporizes, leaving a carbon crust on the treated area.
After the carbon crust naturally falls off, the skin around the eyes appears firmer and smoother.
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure is usually not painful, but some people may feel discomfort during the treatment.
The intensity of this discomfort can vary depending on the person’s pain tolerance.
It is important to let your clinician know if you experience any discomfort during the procedure so that they can make necessary adjustments to ease the discomfort.
After the Plasma Eye Lift procedure, it is common to experience minor side effects such as mild scabbing, swelling, and redness.
These effects are usually short-lived and should resolve within a few days of the treatment.
Some people may also experience irritation immediately after the procedure, but this usually subsides quickly.
The recovery period following a Plasma Eye Lift procedure usually lasts from 3 to 14 days.
There will be some visible scabbing. These usually take 3 to 7 days to fall off naturally.
The post-treatment swelling and redness may take 7 to 14 days to resolve.
Adhering to the aftercare guidelines is a crucial aspect of the Plasma Eye Lift treatment.
After undergoing the treatment, patients must use a broad-spectrum sunscreen for up to 6 weeks.
Moreover, they must avoid direct sunlight as well as sunbeds during this phase of the treatment.
The treated must be carefully kept clean and dry at all times during this time, and the use of facial makeup or mascara must be avoided until the area has fully healed.
To clean the area, only warm water should be used. Cold compresses may be applied to soothe the post-treatment swelling.
While the tiny, superficial scabs will fall off on their own, the treated area must not be scratched. Scratching the area can lead to infection and scarring.
Light blistering has been known to occur in some cases as part of the healing process.
As the skin heals, new tissue may appear pink in colour, but it will eventually return to its natural colour over time.
It is possible that certain medical conditions or factors may disqualify an individual from receiving Plasma Eye Lift.
These may include pre-existing health issues, prior surgery or laser treatments on the eye area, pregnancy or breastfeeding, the presence of a pacemaker, metal implants or pins in the treatment area, cancer, or HIV/autoimmune disorders.
It is important to disclose any of these conditions to our clinicians before proceeding with the Plasma Eye Lift.
At VIVO Clinic Coventry, we offer a variety of Plasma Eye Lift treatments to help you achieve your desired results. These include:
- Standard Plasma Eye Lift: This procedure involves using evenly spaced plasma burns to treat the upper and lower eyelids.
- Compact Plasma Eye Lift: This treatment involves using concentrated plasma burns to cover a larger area of the upper and lower eyelids.
- Fine Lines: This is a more targeted treatment that uses plasma to address the lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
It is important to discuss your desired goals with our clinical practitioners at VIVO Clinic Coventry, so they can advise on the most appropriate treatment option for you.