Do you recognize the person in the mirror? Are you noticing the early signs of aging on the face? Do you see changes in your skin, including increased skin laxity and the formation of fine lines and wrinkles? If you are located in the area of Winter Park, FL, Dr. Walt Sweeney and his team at The Bougainvillea Clinique encourage you to look into some of the latest and most advanced ways of improving the facial skin. This includes finding out more about the Plasma Pen.
What is the Plasma Pen?
Dr. Walt Sweeney describes the Plasma Pen as a specialized device that provides “Fibroblast Tightening.” This nonsurgical device converts electrical energy into a special type of nitrogen called “gaseous diatomic molecular nitrogen.” It is a gas that is used to heat and penetrate the skin deep thanks to thermal conduction. The process is known as fibroblasting, which addresses cells of connective tissue in the skin that are responsible for the production of collagen.
What makes the Plasma Pen unique?
The Plasma Pen is a unique and trademarked device used by Dr. Walt Sweeney of The Bougainvillea Clinique in Winter Park, Florida. It uses plasma technology to provide the most dramatic changes in the skin when utilized by a skilled and highly trained professional. This device provides immediate results that continue to improve over several months, and offer years of enhancement. Some patient will have routine treatments performed to maintain their results and enjoy the changes longer!
What can Plasma Pen treat?
The Plasma Pen has been used for patients who are troubled with the following issues on the skin:
- Skin laxity/relaxation
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Crow’s feet around the eyes
- Acne scarring on the skin
- Poor and uneven skin tone and texture
- Loose skin in the neck area
Discuss the Plasma Pen treatment with our team at The Bougainvillea Clinique of Winter Park, FL
Patients in and around the area of Winter Park, FL who are interested in learning more about this revolutionary treatment available at our advanced practice, call (407) 678-3116 to request a consultation visit. The office is located at 4355 Bear Gully Road and accepts new and existing patients.