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What is Fractional Plasma Resurfacing?

If you’re in search of a way to treat skin concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, lax skin, acne scars, stretch marks, and pigmentation issues without days or weeks of downtime, then fractional plasma resurfacing may be the ultimate solution.  At Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz, we are pleased to offer the Opus Glow Plasma™ fractional skin resurfacing system. 

This revolutionary skin resurfacing treatment uses radiofrequency energy with “microplasma” energy to treat skin texture and quality in less time, and with less downtime, than ever before! The Opus Glow stimulates plasma and creates fractional injuries to help you meet your anti-aging goals on your face, neck, shoulders, chest, hands, and body with minimal downtime.

Before & After Photo Gallery

*Individual Results May Vary

Real Patients. Real Results. View before & after images of vein and cosmetic procedures in our photo gallery.

How Opus Glow Plasma™ Works

Before using the Opus Glow Plasma™ fractional skin resurfacing system, one of our medical laser aestheticians will apply numbing cream to your face to provide a more comfortable treatment. Next, they will gently apply the laser and maximize the ablation level. After the 15-minute treatment, you can expect a bit of redness and swelling. Fortunately, these issues will fade away quickly on their own. 

While patients love the “Opus Glow” they see after just one treatment, Dr. Schwartz does typically recommend a series of three to produce optimal results. Although  your recovery process will be unique to your treatment and your specific skincare goals, clinical studies have shown that Opus Plasma required 50% less downtime than other ablative laser alternatives, meaning you can get back to your regular activities far more quickly! In fact, most patients experience only some mild to moderate redness and swelling within the first two days.

Consultations Available Now

To learn more, schedule your consultation with Dr. Schwartz by filling out the form on this page or by calling his practice at 913-451-8346. Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz serves patients throughout the Kansas City metro.

Will Opus Glow Plasma™ Stop Aging?

Opus Glow Plasma™ works at the cellular level, allowing you to achieve youthful skin. While it won’t stop the natural process of aging, Opus Plasma™ will take years off your face and body. You can undergo maintenance treatments to keep yourself looking youthful and beautiful. You’ll find that the Opus Plasma™ is one-of-a-kind technology that makes a great alternative to surgical treatments.

Good Candidates for Opus Glow Plasma™

Opus Glow Plasma™ can be a good option if you’re bothered by age spots, acne scars, rough skin, hyperpigmentation, stretch marks, and other skin conditions. Since Opus Glow Plasma™ doesn’t involve the use of laser heat, it’s safe, regardless of your skin tone. Dr. Schwartz discourages this treatment for pregnant women as well as those with anemia, eczema, psoriasis, and keloid scarring. During a consultation, you can determine if you’re a good candidate for this treatment. 


*Individual Results May Vary


Read from real patients about their experiences with Dr. Schwartz and his team at Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz.

Take the Next Step

If you’re wondering whether you’re a good candidate for fractional plasma resurfacing, schedule a consultation at (913) 451-8346 or fill out our online contact form. We look forward to meeting you and showing you how Kansas City’s premier cosmetic laser center can improve your condition.

Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz is located in Kansas City, MO and proudly also serves Overland Park, Johnson County, and the entire Kansas City metro area.

** This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health and related subjects.  The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately licensed physician.

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