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Plasma IQ

21st-century skin care requires 21st-century solutions. Plasma IQ is the latest advancement in aesthetics. By delivering focused, controlled plasma energy, Plasma IQ renews and restores skin safely and effectively. Plasma IQ treatment is ideal for those with fine lines or wrinkles as it's used for excellent skin tightening and smoothing results.

What is Plasma IQ?

Through a plasma IQ pen, we release microbeams of plasma energy to safely and effectively create “micro-injuries” in the target area. These micro-injuries supercharge collagen and elastin production—two vital structural proteins responsible for skin health, tightness, and tone. By promoting long-term firming and smoothing effects, Plasma IQ heightens the skin’s natural healing response for superior results.

The entire treatment takes 30 minutes, depending on the area and surface of the skin. After treatment, it will take a few weeks to heal, and your skin will continue to tighten for a few months. Ultimately, it typically takes three months for the best results. From there, Plasma IQ results will last for one to three years!

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Plasma IQ is safe, quick, and effective.

As the device is brought near the skin during treatment, it ionizes nitrogen gas particles in the air to create a plasma arc that looks like a small spark. The plasma arc causes immediate skin tightening. The procedure creates tiny brown carbon crusts or scabs in the treated area that persist for approximately one week before dropping off.

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Dr. Rodgers and his friendly, knowledgeable staff can help you uncover the glowing, youthful skin you desire. Request an appointment today! We’re ready to provide you with high-quality skin renewal and restoration treatments.

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