Evaluation of plasma skin regeneration technology in low-energy full-facial rejuvenation.

@article{Bogle2007EvaluationOP,
  title={Evaluation of plasma skin regeneration technology in low-energy full-facial rejuvenation.},
  author={M. Bogle and K. Arndt and J. Dover},
  journal={Archives of dermatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={143 2},
  pages={
          168-74
        }
}
  • M. Bogle, K. Arndt, J. Dover
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Archives of dermatology
  • OBJECTIVE To evaluate the use of multiple, low-energy, full-face plasma skin regeneration treatments. [...] Key Method Eight volunteers underwent full-face treatments every 3 weeks, for a total of 3 treatments, using energy settings of 1.2 to 1.8 J. Before each subsequent treatment, the quality of regenerated epidermis, the degree of downtime, and erythema were recorded. Full-thickness skin biopsy specimens were obtained from 6 patients before treatment and 90 days following the last treatment.Expand Abstract
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