F&Q – Plasma Fibrolast


How is the Plasma Fibroblast handpiece used for treatment?
The Plasma Fibroblast handpiece is a tool that produces an ionized gas be-tween the distances from the edge of the tool to the part of the patient’s body that requires treatment. The reason is that the Fibroblast tool is engineered in a manner that it does not have to touch the skin. The ionized gas is called plas-ma, and it generates electric arc-like flashes that are capable of causing subli-mation.

Is there a need to consult a specialist?
To be adequately guided about the dos and don’ts when undergoing the proce-dure of the Fibroblast treatment, it is very appropriate that a specialist should be consulted. The consultant is the right person to help you with the treatment plan that is suitable. The human body differs in the way it responds to stimu-lus.

How is the Plasma Fibroblast Treatment carried out?
During the application of the Fibroblast handpiece for treatment process, the operator ensures that the tool never touches the skin of the patient. A symmet-rical framework is generated on the part of the skin that is being treated, mak-ing more spots during the procedure.

What is the timeframe for the Plasma Fibroblast treatment?
It is important to note that the timeframe for the Fibroblast treatment differs depending on the nature of the skin area that needs to be treated. If in any case there is an application of an anesthetizing cream, then it usually takes close to 30 minutes for effect to be noticed. Generally, the maximum timeframe given for the Fibroblast treatment does not exceed an hour.

How painful is the Plasma Fibroblast Treatment?
The patient can commence his or her normal day-to-day activity immediately after the treatment has taken place. The reason is that there is not cut or stitch-ing of any wound as a result of the treatment. Although after treatment the treated area is slightly swollen, it eventually subsides in approximately three days. The slight redness that comes as a result of the nonsurgical treatment erases after a period of two or three days.

What are the side effects of the Plasma Fibroblast treatment?
Few of the side effects that are likely to happen include scars and change of skin, which does not last long.
The swelling takes no more than three days to normalize. Some spots are left on the patient’s skin that has been treated. However, the spot is easily re-moved with the aid of the after-treatment cream. These spots do not last for more than seven days after the cream application.

If there are particular recommendations, what are they?
Before going through the Plasma Fibroblast lift treatment process, patients are encouraged to visit a specialist for the specific recommendation that is most suitable for them. The specialist is responsible for drawing up the best treat-ment plan and after-treatment for patients. It is recommended that the carbon crust should not be scratched. The patient can clean skin with a sterilized and clean fabric that does not have furs. There is also some after-treatment cream that is recommended to be applied.

What are the unusual complications that likely to occur?
There are no complications reported, because Fibroblast lift treatment is rec-ommended to be the safest means for skin tightening treatments.

Can makeup be used after the treatment process?
Since the area of the skin that was treated will still be covered with the carbon layers caused by the Fibroblast handpiece, it is encouraged that the patient should stay away from makeup for the period that the carbon layers are still on the treated area. The crust falls typically within seven days. Patients are al-so advised to stay away from heat.

What is the preparatory step to be taken before the treatment?
For adequate preparation for Plasma Fibroblast treatment, the patient should first contact their Fibroblast treatment specialist. After that, a treatment plan will be drawn by the consultant who is expected to be strictly followed by the patient. The patient also gets an after-treatment counsel to achieve the best re-sult from Plasma Fibroblast lift treatment.

How soon can the Fibroblast treatment become effective?
The way the human body responds to stimulus varies from person to person. Some patients get an immediate effect of the Fibroblast treatment even when it takes within four weeks for the treated area to be completely healed. Some pa-tients may undergo the Fibroblast treatment more than once.

Is it advisable to undergo more than one treatment?
The answer to this question largely depends on the desired result that the pa-tient wants to achieve. Sometimes, patients may have to undergo the treatment once if the size of the treatment area is not significant. As usual, the timeframe for the full effect of Plasma Fibroblast lift treatment is within four weeks. However, if the patient is not satisfied with the result, such patient can be booked for another treatment after six weeks of the initial treatment. It is im-perative to always seek the advice of a specialist before undergoing a Fibro-blast treatment more than once.

Does the Plasma Fibroblast treatment effect last for a long time?
Giving an accurate timeframe for the Fibroblast treatment effect to last is quite difficult to say, but the truth is that the effect does last long enough. Advance-ment of the body (aging) is influenced by various elements. Some of the fea-tures that affect aging includes the lifestyle of the individual, what they eat and hereditary factors. A permanent treatment has not been discovered yet, but the Fibroblast treatment lasts longer. How long it lasts depends on the rate of ag-ing on an individual’s body.

How safe is the Plasma Fibroblast lift treatment?
The safe operation of the Fibroblast handpiece has made the tool a popular one, and its use has spread across Europe.