Based on a clinical study from J. David Holcomb, MD; Kriston J. Kent, MD; Daniel E. Rousso, MD, the 95 patients who were selected underwent various types of aesthetic facial surgery with concurrent nitrogen plasma skin regeneration including:
The results? All patients demonstrated improvement in skin quality, including reduction of dyschromia, smoothing of surface texture, and effacement of rhytids ranging from partial to complete. High-energy nitrogen plasma treatments initiate a healing response that is best characterized by delayed ablation, rapid neopithelialization typically complete within 5-7 days, and extensive dermal remodelling , including neocollagenesis.
Many practitioners have embraced nitrogen plasma skin regeneration for its: ✅ Effectiveness ✅ Breadth of clinical application (Including many treatment options for a range of skin types)
Advantages of concurrent skin resurfacing include: ✅ Avoiding additional anesthesia and downtime with secondary procedures ✅ Patients self Reported, Perception of Youthfulness
Overall, Nitrogen Plasma Skin Regeneration has emerged as an attractive #alternative to #ablative#laser skin resurfacing. It offers more rapid healing, greater utility across the Spectrum of Fitzpatrick skin types, and fewer complications with comparable efficacy.
The benefits of NeoGenPSR continue to acrue over time, with #skinquality, #tone and #texture typically peaking 6 months or longer after treatment.
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