PLEXR - SOFT SURGERY
The Plexr is the latest generation of tools for the Aesthetic Doctor.
This technique is non-invasive Surgery, is, between the various methods that I made, that took more time and attention as, not enough insight to validate a new method, moreover, in such a wide range of applications in Aesthetic Surgery. The idea goes back a long time ago, were the years '80-'90, when I became interested of the various systems used to remove the superficial horny layer which contributes so much to age our face and our body.
Plexr: the Blepharoplasty not ablative.
This device is totally wireless and easy to handle, ergonomic and performance and comes from the need to intervene on diseases where it is difficult to use other tools such as laser or radio-surgical. The Plexr uses the fourth state of matter: Plasma IL. Fabrics treated "Sublimate"Thus avoiding to communicate to the surrounding areas amount of heat unwanted.
Soft Surgery with Plexr® is definitely one of our most interesting non-invasive procedures, a real innovation that offers an alternative approach to cosmetic surgery. The PlexR device uses the principle of ionisation of gases contained in the air to get a small electrical arc similar to a tiny lightning, with which it is possible to treat dermal and epidermal areas affected by aesthetic problems, without communicating an unwanted heat to the surrounding areas.
Excellent results without risks Many people affected by that excess skin on the eyelids, giving them a tired and “dated” expression, avoid facing a blepharoplastic procedure for fear of the anaesthetic or of encountering the possible complications that can follow the traditional procedure. Non-ablative blepharoplasty, as the name itself implies, does not use scalpel or laser to remove the excess skin, thus avoiding the risks inherent in the traditional procedure. This blepharoplasty technique is defined as “dynamic” as it allows the operator to invite the patient to open and close his eyes during treatment, thus highlighting the folds of skin still to be treated. This technique is also defined as “non-ablative” as it is performed without incision, without removing excess skin, without removing fat and without modifying the orbicularis muscle in the eyelids.