What does the technology found in your new HDTV have to do with getting rid of fine lines and actually making you look younger? A new procedure known as Portrait uses pressurized gas to erase wrinkles and the effects of sun damage.
Nitrogen is a colorless, odorless gaseous element that is part of all living tissues and makes up 80% of the atmosphere. When introduced to ultra-high frequency energy, the nitrogen is converted into a highly energized state, or plasma. Portrait plasma resurfacing utilizes the same technology found in your HDTV to remodel the skin and address fine lines, sun spots and rough skin texture on the face, chest, hands and beyond. Unlike lasers, which use light, Portrait shoots condensed gas into the deep layers of the skin to stimulate collagen growth long after the treatment has ended. A series of treatments is recommended, each requiring a local anesthetic to minimize discomfort. This technology is very new, so long-term results remain to be seen. During the first few days after treatment the uppermost layer of skin with shed, and patients may experience redness, swelling and some oozing.
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