Description of the procedure:

Plasma treatment for the removal of skin lesions is a non-invasive procedure that utilizes the energy of medical plasma, which is the fourth state of matter. It acts on the epidermal level without the need for cutting the skin.

Indications for the procedure:

Plasma treatment can be used to remove various skin lesions such as warts, moles, scars, vascular lesions, as well as pigmentation changes like freckles or age spots.

Procedure process:

The procedure is performed by a qualified specialist in aesthetic medicine. It involves precise exposure of the skin lesion to plasma energy using a special device. This energy causes the tissue to evaporate or sublime, resulting in the removal of the lesion.

Duration and anesthesia:

The duration of the procedure depends on the size and number of skin lesions being removed. Typically, it takes from several minutes to several tens of minutes. The procedure can be performed after the application of local anesthesia or numbing cream to minimize potential discomfort.

Recovery period:

After the procedure, some degree of redness, swelling, and scab formation at the treatment site can be expected. The scab naturally falls off after a few days, and the healing skin underneath usually requires additional moisturization and protection from the sun. The recovery period may vary depending on the individual skin response.


There are certain contraindications to plasma treatment, such as active skin inflammations, pregnancy, breastfeeding, autoimmune diseases, or advanced-stage skin diseases. The consulting doctor will assess the patient’s individual situation and provide detailed information about the contraindications.

Effects and maintenance:

After the procedure, the patient can expect an improvement in skin appearance, reduction, or complete removal of the skin lesion. The effects are typically visible after a few weeks when the skin is fully healed. It is important to properly moisturize, use sunscreen, and maintain a healthy skincare routine to sustain the achieved results in the long term.

Consultation and safety:

It is always recommended to consult with a qualified specialist in aesthetic medicine before undergoing the procedure. It is important for the patient to express their expectations and provide a medical history of their skin to allow the doctor to assess whether the procedure is suitable and safe for them.

Price: Starting from 300 PLN

(Varies depending on the location and number of skin lesions)

Procedure duration: Approximately 15-30 minutes

Anesthesia: Yes

Recovery period: 7-14 days


Here are some contraindications to consider for plasma treatment:

  1. Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Plasma treatment is not recommended for pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding. In such cases, it is advisable to wait until after pregnancy or breastfeeding.
  2. Active skin infections: If there is an active skin infection in the area where plasma treatment is planned, the procedure should be postponed until the infection is completely healed.
  3. Diabetes and blood clotting disorders: Individuals with uncontrolled diabetes or blood clotting disorders may have a higher risk of complications or impaired healing after the procedure. In such cases, a doctor’s evaluation and individual approach are necessary.
  4. Current use of photosensitizing medications: Some medications can cause skin sensitivity to light, which may increase the risk of skin reactions after the procedure. Patients should inform the doctor about any medications they are taking before undergoing the procedure.
  5. Active skin diseases: Individuals with active inflammatory skin conditions such as acne, eczema, or psoriasis may have a higher risk of complications after the plasma treatment. It is recommended to have such skin conditions under control before considering the procedure.
  6. Tendency for keloidal scarring: Individuals who are prone to keloidal scarring, which refers to excessive skin healing, may have a higher risk of scarring after plasma treatment. The doctor should assess this tendency before performing the procedure.

Prior to undergoing plasma treatment, it is always recommended to consult with a qualified specialist in aesthetic medicine who will conduct a thorough evaluation of the patient’s health and take into account individual contraindications and the risk of complications.


What is medical plasma treatment?

Medical plasma treatment, also known as plasma therapy, uses plasma energy for skin regeneration and revitalization. It involves delivering controlled plasma energy to the surface of the skin, which stimulates regenerative processes.

What are the benefits of medical plasma treatment?

Medical plasma treatment can bring various benefits, such as improving skin elasticity and firmness, reducing the visibility of wrinkles, removing scars, stretch marks, and discoloration, reducing under-eye bags, and overall improving skin appearance.

Is medical plasma treatment painful?

Local anesthesia or numbing cream is typically applied before the procedure to minimize discomfort. Patients may experience a sensation of warmth, tingling, or mild stinging during the treatment.

How long does the procedure itself take?

The duration of medical plasma treatment depends on the area being treated. It usually takes anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours, depending on the extent and complexity of the procedure.

Is there a recovery period after the treatment?

After medical plasma treatment, some symptoms may occur, such as redness, swelling, or the formation of scabs on the skin. These symptoms typically subside within a few days or weeks, and the skin should fully regenerate within a few weeks.

How long do the effects of the treatment last?

The effects of medical plasma treatment are individual and depend on various factors such as age, skin condition, and lifestyle. Typically, the effects are visible immediately after the procedure, and their duration can range from several months to several years. To maintain the effects for a longer period, regular maintenance treatments are recommended.

It is important to consult with a qualified aesthetic medicine specialist before deciding on medical plasma treatment. They can answer all your questions and take into account your individual needs


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