J Plasma

This article was medically reviewed by Op. Dr. Ahmet AYDIN

General Surgeon
Prof. Dr. Ahmet Türkoğlu

General Surgery

Reyap Hospital – Istanbul, Turkey

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FaQ – J Plasma

The results of J Plasma can be long-lasting, with some patients experiencing improvement for several years. The longevity of results can vary depending on individual factors and skincare maintenance.

J Plasma is generally safe for all skin types and tones. It is a versatile treatment that can benefit a wide range of patients seeking skin rejuvenation and tightening.

In many cases, a single J Plasma session can provide significant improvement. However, the number of sessions needed may vary depending on individual goals and the extent of skin laxity. Your provider will recommend a personalized treatment plan.

J Plasma uses a unique combination of cold helium plasma and radiofrequency energy to tighten the skin and improve its surface texture. This approach allows for precise control and minimal thermal damage to surrounding tissues, differentiating it from traditional laser or RF treatments that primarily use heat.

J Plasma is versatile and can be used on various parts of the body, including the face, neck, abdomen, arms, and thighs. It is particularly effective for areas with loose skin or where fine lines and wrinkles are a concern.

Yes, J Plasma can be combined with other procedures, such as liposuction, to enhance overall results. Combining treatments allows for fat removal and skin tightening in a single session, offering comprehensive aesthetic improvements.

The duration of a J Plasma treatment varies depending on the size and number of areas being treated. A session can last from 30 minutes to several hours. Your healthcare provider will give you an estimated treatment time during your consultation.

The type of anesthesia used during J Plasma treatment depends on the extent of the procedure. Smaller areas may require only local anesthesia with or without sedation, while larger or multiple areas might necessitate general anesthesia.

Immediately after J Plasma treatment, patients may experience swelling, redness, and a sensation similar to a sunburn in the treated areas. These symptoms are typically temporary and will gradually improve over the following days.

Preparation for J Plasma treatment may include avoiding certain medications and supplements that can increase bleeding risk, not smoking, and following specific skincare routines as advised by your provider. A thorough pre-treatment evaluation will be conducted to provide personalized instructions.

Individuals with certain medical conditions, unrealistic expectations, or those who are pregnant may not be suitable candidates for J Plasma. The treatment may also be less effective for people with very severe skin laxity, in which case alternative surgical options might be recommended.

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