Many things can affect the skin around your arms as you age, from weight fluctuation to genetics. These things can cause flabby arms that you may not want or even dislike their appearance. Opus Plasma can help reduce the appearance of these issues by using RF energy. Board-certified family physician Dr. Steven Zivich and the aesthetics team at Boston Direct Health can help you determine if Opus Plasma is the best option for you. Our office services individuals near Boston, Back Bay, Cambridge, and Somerville, MA. Schedule a consultation in Boston, MA today to learn more about how Dr. Zivich and the aesthetics team can help you.
What is Opus Plasma?
Opus Plasma is a technology that was developed by Alma. This therapy uses RF (radiofrequency) energy to help tighten your skin by inducing the production of collagen and elastin. This process can help reduce the appearance of flabby, sagging, and loose skin on your arms. If you think you could benefit from treatment with Opus Plasma, contact Boston Direct Health in Boston, MA to learn more about how this treatment can help you.
What is RF skin tightening, and how does it work?
RF skin tightening is an outpatient procedure designed to increase the strength and firmness of your skin. This is a nonsurgical procedure that takes between 30 – 90 minutes to complete, depending on the size of the treatment area. This may be an ideal treatment for those who have mild to moderate skin sagging, maintain a stable weight, are in good general health, and want to enhance the health and look of their complexion. The procedure is started by cleansing the treatment areas and applying a numbing agent. The Opus Plasma handpiece is then used to induce the production of collagen and elastin. After your procedure, you can resume your normal daily activities. You may have a few side effects after the treatment is complete. These could include mild discomfort, redness, and swelling, which should only last for a few days. However, it is important that you moisturize and avoid UV exposure during this time. If you take care of your arms after the treatment, you can expect your results to last anywhere from 1 – 3 years.
Frequently asked questions:
Will my procedure with Opus Plasma hurt?
Most patients report that the noninvasive, nonsurgical treatment has little to no pain involved. However, you can ask for a topical anesthetic from Dr. Zivich or a member of our aesthetic team.
Can I get other treatments along with my treatment with Opus Plasma?
Treatments done with Opus Plasma can be done with other procedures to enhance your results.
Where can I get treatment with Opus Plasma in Boston, MA?
Opus Plasma treatment can help reduce the appearance of flabby arms by improving the production of collagen and elastin within your skin. Dr. Steven Zivich and the aesthetics team service individuals near Boston, Back Bay, Cambridge, and Somerville, MA. Contact Boston Direct Health in Boston, MA for a full consultation on the state of your aesthetic goals and needs.