Non-Surgical Blepharoplasty

Non-surgical blepharoplasty with a plasma pen is a cosmetic procedure that aims to tighten and rejuvenate the skin around the eyes. It involves using a specialized device that emits ionized gas, often referred to as plasma, to create small controlled micro-injuries on the skin's surface. This process stimulates collagen production and helps to tighten the skin.

The procedure is considered minimally invasive and is typically used for treating sagging eyelids, wrinkles, and fine lines around the eyes.

Candidates for non-surgical blepharoplasty with a plasma pen typically include individuals who have mild to moderate skin laxity, wrinkles, or fine lines around the eyes. Ideal candidates:

  1. Have realistic expectations: Non-surgical options like the plasma pen can provide noticeable but not drastic results. Candidates should have realistic expectations about the outcome.
  2. Have good overall health: Candidates should be in good general health, without underlying medical conditions that could pose risks during the procedure.
  3. Want a non-invasive option: These candidates prefer a non-surgical approach to address their eyelid concerns, avoiding the downtime and potential risks associated with traditional surgical blepharoplasty.
  4. Have mild to moderate skin laxity: Non-surgical blepharoplasty is generally more effective for those with mild to moderate skin laxity and aging signs. It may not be suitable for severe cases.
  5. Understand the procedure: Candidates should be well-informed about the procedure, its potential risks, and the post-treatment care required.
  6. Are willing to follow aftercare instructions: Proper post-treatment care and skincare routines are important for achieving the best results.

It's essential to consult with a qualified and experienced practitioner who can evaluate your specific needs and provide personalized recommendations. They will help determine if non-surgical blepharoplasty with a plasma pen is the right choice for you or if another option, such as surgical blepharoplasty, might be more appropriate. Contact our clinic for more details.