Opus Plasma. Fractional Plasma.

Transforming Skin Resurfacing with Fractional Plasma™

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Before/After Gallery

1 before1 after

Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 2 treatments 

Courtesy of Karan Dhir, MD

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 1 treatment

Courtesy of Thomas Griffin, MD

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 2 treatments

Courtesy of Nina Desai, DO

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Pores

Results after: 1 treatment

Courtesy of Alma’s Clinical Department

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 2 treatments 

Courtesy of Jeffrey Hsu, MD, FAAD

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 1 treatment

Courtesy of Shraddha Desai, MD, FAAD

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 4 treatments

Courtesy of Kimberlee Smith, FNP

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 1 treatment

Courtesy of Jeffrey Hsu, MD, FAAD

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 2 treatments 

Courtesy of Nina Desai, DO

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 1 treatment

Courtesy of Nina Desai, DO

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Skin Resurfacing

Results after: 1 treatment

Courtesy of Jeffrey Hsu, MD

Features

Featuring Alma’s proprietary high frequency, unipolar technology, the Opus system’s Opus Plasma® handpiece is the first-of-its-kind Fractional Plasma® technology to enter the skin resurfacing market. This novel solution addresses superficial to complex textural and skin-quality concerns that are traditionally corrected with conventional fractional resurfacing lasers or full-field ablative resurfacing lasers, but with less downtime and a higher safety profile.

First Fractional Plasma technology or skin resurfacing

Ablative results

Versatile treatments

Immediate results

Minimum downtime

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Technology

The Opus operates at a high frequency (over 40 MHz), which charges the metal pins on its tips to a high RF voltage. When close to the skin, it reacts with atmospheric pressure in the air thereby creating plasma-like energy. The intensity of the Opus Plasma can be adjusted to a light, moderate or aggressive setting, making it a versatile resurfacing option. 

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