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Skin laxity is the result of a number of factors including genetics, pregnancy or weight loss, or post-menopausal hormonally-induced changes to one’s muscle mass and skin quality. Once present, there is very simply nothing one can do with skin excess. There are no diets or exercise regimens that can shrink your skin. Historically there were two options: live with it or excise it.
However, with the advent of J-Plasma/Renuvion® helium plasma technology, performed in much the same way as liposuction, skin tightening is possible in a large number of patients and in many areas of the body. J-Plasma/Renuvion® tightens the connections between the skin and muscle drawing the skin toward the underlying muscle.
“Like all other surgeries, it is not what you do, but who does it that matters.”
Dr. Kornstein has 25 years experience in body anatomy, aging, and surgery and was the pioneer in J-Plasma/Renuvion® body skin tightening in 2015. Dr. Kornstein continues to work intimately with the company to elucidate the science behind the technology and optimize its clinical efficacy.
“Designed to tighten deep ligament support of the skin, providing long-lasting skin shrinkage.”
It is safe and FDA approved for intra-abdominal surgery since 2013.
Recently J-Plasma was discovered to shrink skin; providing an enhanced long-lasting solution for skin-shrinking for liposuction patients.
Safe and Delicate
J-Plasma is an especially safe modality. The plasma gas has the ability to not damage delicate intra-abdominal organs.
All other available modalities, including laser liposuction, Body Tite, etc. rely on heat, therefore must closely and rigorously monitor temperatures to avoid skin irregularities and burns. Clinically, they also do not allow for free form sculpting, as J-Plasma does.
Clinically, J-Plasma tightens deep ligament support of the skin bringing the skin toward the underlying muscle and thus providing for anti-gravity protection. Pre-clinical research indicates that the plasma gas kills bacteria, cancer cells, and increases vascularity. The results should be long-standing.