Plasma Technique

Plasma has grown to be a widely known technique used in aesthetic medicine and dermatology for the treatment of aging signs and dermal and epidermal benign lesions. The reason of this  success is due to many advantages of plasma energy, the fourth state of the matter, which has a high disinfection, angiogenesis, neocollagenesis and tissue regeneration power.1,2,3,4

D.A.S. devices, in addition to the above-mentioned advantages, have distinctive features making them the safest and most reliable plasma devices on the market. Reduced tissue damage and minimal risk of pigmentation, thermal injury proportional to the pathology, easy patient management make D.A.S. devices able to satisfy every professional.

D.A.S. medical, D.A.S. Pro Plasma e Therma D.A.S. are the only plasma devices on the market to feature real frequency modulation allowing the physician to certainly and safely determine the thermal injury on the tissues. This feature make it possible to adapt and customize frequency setting to different skin types and pathologies reducing the thermal damage and risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).

Plasma generated by Dermo Ablation Surgery is stable, another remarkable advantage for the physician. Plasma stability is visually determined by looking at the plasma spark emitted by the device: plasma always generates only at 1 millimetre from the skin. This feature ensures homogeneous energy distribution on the treated area granting permanent results without unnecessary damages and resulting longer downtime for the patient.

Plasma stability and frequency modulation allow the physician a better management of patient expectations and assures permanent results without complications.

 

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1 Di Brizzi EV, Russo T, Agozzino M, et al. Plasma radiofrequency ablation for treatment of benign skin lesions: Clinical and reflectance confocal microscopy outcomes. Skin Res Technol. 2019;00:1–4.
2 Wang L., Ding J.,Yang M.,Chen D., Chen B. In vivo histological evaluation of fractional ablative microplasma radio frequency technology using a roller tip: an animal study. Lasers Med Sci. 2015 Dec;30(9):2287-94.
3 Kvam E., Davis, B., Mondello F., Garner A.L. Nonthermal Atmospheric Plasma Rapidly Disinfects Multidrug-Resistant Microbes by Inducing Cell Surface Damage. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2012 Apr; 56(4): 2028–2036.
4 Wang L., J., Yang M.,Chen D., Chen B. Treatment of facial post-burn hyperpigmentation using micro-plasma radiofrequency technology. Lasers Med Sci. (2015) 30: 241.