PLASMAGE ® was developed to treat delicate areas safely like upper and lower eyelids, where lasers and radio surgical units cannot. Plasmage® sublimates tissues without side effects on the skin. It is the only tool to perform Blefaroplasma® (eyelid lift) with quick results.
Fractional plasma ® a revolutionary approach to provide EFFECTIVE and gentle treatments on delicate areas.
The Fractional plasma ®, patented by Brera, allows clients to be treated quickly with the advantage of having less down time than surgery as well as being less aggressive than other plasma based devices.
The Plasmage treatment works by creating a series of minute dots on the skin which trigger an instant contraction and tightening of the skin fibres, to create a lifting, remodelling and rejuvenating effect of the area treated. Plasmage uses the fourth state of matter, Plasma, to achieve this. The principle involves the ionization of gases contained in the air to create a small electrical arc. These ‘arcs’ can be used to treat specific areas of concern WITHOUT damaging the surrounding areas or applying any unwanted heat to them.
PLASMAGE ® delivers plasma energy on the tissues, generated by the ionization of the gas in the air. Brera plasmage is a medical device for non-invasive micro surgery. It is a perfect tool to be used on many aesthetic and dermatological treatments, for example:
Blepharoplasma® with PLASMAGE® is a non invasive eyelid treatment that improves abnormal function, reconstructs deformities, or enhances appearance and may either reconstructive or cosmetic (aesthetic).
Dermatochalasis, including symptomatic redundant skin weighing down on the upper eyelashes (i.e. pseudoptosis) and surgically induced dermatochalasis after prosis repair.
Acquired blepharoptosis, may result from stretching, dehiscence, or disinsertion of the levator aponeurosis. Aponeurotic blepharoptosis is commonly known as involutional ptosis in patients in which the anatomic changes are age-related.
Brow ptosis, drooping of the eyebrows to such an extent that excess tissue is pushed into the upper eyelid.
The plasma generated by the ionization of the gaz creates a sublimation of superficial tissues thus creating a lifting effect.
Wrinkles and fine lines
Wrinkles are creases, folds or ridges in the skin. Most commonly, wrinkles appear as we get older. The first wrinkles to appear on our face tend to occur as a result of facial expressions. Sun damage, smoking, dehydration, some medications, as well as a number of other factors may also cause wrinkles to develop.
Wrinkles are an inevitable part of the natural aging process. As we become older our skin gets thinner, drier and less elastic. Our skin's ability to protect itself from damage is also reduced as we age. Eventually, wrinkles, creases and lines form on our skin. Apart from the factors mentioned above, a person's genetic makeup also influences how wrinkly we become, and when and where wrinkles start appearing.
Xanthelasma palpebrarum is the most common form of xanthoma.
The lesions appear as yellowish, flat, soft, with different form and dimension, are located mostly at the medial angle of the eyelid. It is usually bilateral and is characterized by the development of yellowish plaques related to the presence of cholesterol.
Lesions are initially situated in the medial canthus and gradually spread to all of the periorbital region in advanced forms.
Histological examination reveals esterified cholesterol deposits situated in the cytoplasm of histiocytes in the middle and superficial layers of the dermis and epidermis.
Acne vulgaris is the most common cutaneous disorder that affects approximately 80% of the population at some point during their lives. Its prevalence has been estimated to be about 85-100% in boys aged 16-17 years, and 83-85% in girls of the same age. This common cutaneous disorder can cause permanent scarring and disfigurement, which may lead to severe consequences in psychological and personality development.
Acne is a multifactorial disorder of pilosebaceous units and affects the areas of skin with the greatest concentration of sebaceous follicles.
Hypertrophic scars are characterized by excessive deposition of collagen in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues secondary to traumatic or surgical injuries.
Contrary to the asymptomatic fine-line scar that results from normal wound repair, the exuberant scarring of hypertrophic scars results typically in distressing disfigurement, hypertrophic scars are erythematous.
A lentigo is a small, sharply circumscribed, pigmented macule surrounded by normal-appearing skin. Histologic findings may include hyperplasia of the epidermis and increased pigmentation of the basal layer. A variable number of melanocytes are present; these melanocytes may be increased in number, but they do not form nests. Lentigines may evolve slowly over years, or they may be eruptive and appear rather suddenly. Pigmentation may be homogeneous or variegated, with a color ranging from brown to black.
Cutaneous fibroma is a relief or a skin growth of normal skin color springs, is typically connected to the skin by a stalk. The skin papilloma may occur in any area of the body, although the preferred locations are the areas where there are skin folds such as the eyelids and around the eyes, the sides of the neck, armpits, groin and upper of the chest.
These small skin tumors are benign and are usually asymptomatic unless they are not traumatized voluntarily or involuntarily by clothes or other.
Verruca Vulgaris - A flesh-colored, firm papule or nodule due to infection of epidermal cells with human papillomaviruses. Also known as warts.
On close inspection, normal skin lines over the surface of the lesion are typically disrupted. The dome-shaped lesions can also be studded with black puncta. The growth is characterized by hypertrophy of dermal papillae and thickening of the keratin layers of the epidermis.
Upper eyelids x 1 session
Upper eyelids x 2 sessions
Lower eyelids x 1 session
Lower eyelids x 2 sessions
Upper and lower eyelids (same session) x 1 session
Upper and lower eyelids (same session) x 2 sessions
Peroiral/Smoker's lines (top lip)
Pre-auricular (in front of the ear wrinkles)
Full face superficial ablation (3 sessions)
Mini Face lift - upper eyelids, crows feet and smokers lines
Mole/Skin Tag/Xanthelasma removal (starting from)
Is the treatment painful?
There is some discomfort during this treatment, especially for the eyelid lift. You apply a numbing cream 45 minutes prior to this treatment to reduce discomfort.
Is there any downtime?
Yes there is downtime with this treatment, but the adavantavge of plasmage or other anti-aging treatment versus surgery is that the downtime in minimal.
What are the expected results?
Plasmage provides dramatic results for a wide varitey of skin concerns, and it is considered the ONLY non-surgical blepharoplasty option.
How long does it take?
The average treatment takes 15-45 minutes depeding on the areas being treated, please allow 45 minutes for the numbing cream.