Original Plasma Technology in Non-Surgical Blepharoplasty
WHAT IS PLEXR PLUS?
Plexr Plus (or plasma soft surgery) is a non-surgical treatment used to lift the eyes (blepharoplasty), by treating the skin laxity, improves scars, treats moles, skin tags and other unwanted superficial skin legions. Unlike surgical treatments for these problems, Plexr Plus does not require general anesthetic and recovery time is much shorter. …read more
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Plexr Plus device creates plasma by ionizing gas particles between its precise 0.5mm-wide probe and the skin, creating an electrical arc. The technology is very precise so specific areas like the eyelids can be treated without touching or harming the skin.
Plasma is described as “a lightning bolt”
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Depending on what the area is that’s being treated patients will either be given a local anesthetic or topical anesthetic cream which takes around 15 minutes to take effect. There is no need for them to have local anesthetic injections, go under general anesthetic or stay in hospital. Non-surgical eyelid lifts (blephoplasty)…read more
What is Plexr Plus?
Physicians are looking for new resurfacing alternatives that are as effective as ablative lasers but with fewer shortcomings. Plexr Plus is a cordless micro-surgical hand operated device that transfers concentrated heat to the treated skin tissues. Low risk, minimal downtime and more affordable.
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Paying it Forward
Camp BUCKO (Burn Camp for Kids in Ontario) is a camp open to burn survivors between the ages of 7-17. The camp has grown to over 70 children attending the week long camp in August. There is no fee to attend Camp BUCKO. They are a registered charity providing the program through generous donations from Firefighters Associations, service groups, and other public and private organizations. A Board of volunteers from across Ontario plans for camp all year. With the donations they receive they are able to fully fund each child’s stay at camp, their transportation and provide them with souvenirs from camp, otherwise known as “swag”.
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