Developed by Dr. Jack Zamora, a Cosmetic surgeon in Denver, Colorado, the J-Plazty™ Procedure is a remarkable advancement in minimally invasive face and body rejuvenation.
J-Plazty™ is a revolutionary minimally invasive procedure that uses cold plasma energy on the underside of the skin to instantly tighten and rejuvenate anywhere on the face and body. A unique alternative to traditional facelifts, tummy tucks and body sculpting, the J-Plazty™ procedure will shrink and sculpt loose and lax skin without large incisions, downtime or the complications of cosmetic surgery.
- Treat skin on the face, neck and body
- No large incisions or revealing scars
- Minimal downtime and fast recovery
- Safe and precise, plasma energy is FDA approved
- Natural looking results, not overdone
WHAt is J-PLAZTY?
J-Plazty™ Body uses cold plasma energy under the skin to tighten, sculpt and rejuvenate the body giving you natural looking results with minimal downtime and no complications of a traditional tummy tuck or body sculpting. J-Plazty™ is unique because the cold plasma energy applied under the skin creates instant skin contraction resulting in improved laxity, tightening and shrinkage. Developed by Dr. Jack Zamora, a Cosmetic surgeon in Denver, Colorado, the J-Plazty™ Procedure is a remarkable advancement in minimally invasive face and body rejuvenation.
Who is a candidatE?
Dr. Zamora has performed the J-Plazty™ Body Procedure on men and women of all age groups ranging from 20-somethings to 70-year-olds. J-Plazty™ Body is ideal for those with mild to moderate loose skin from age, weight loss or pregnancy. A traditional abdominoplasty or body contouring procedure is recommended for those with more advanced needs. J-Plazty™ Body is also ideal for those who have had non-surgical body contouring or fat reduction treatments, but did not see improvement. Patients choose J-Plazty™ Body because they want instant results without the downtime and large scars from traditional surgery.
- Back (upper and lower)
- Bra area
- Buttocks / Banana Roll
- Thighs (inner and outer)
WHAT IS PLASMA ENERGY?
Cold plasma is created when helium gas is energized by radiofrequency energy and delivered through the J-Plasma® device. Because Helium gas is very stable, it can be ionized at very low energy ensuring flexible, precise and safe delivery. Cold plasma is cooler than laser energy making J-Plazty™ Body a safer procedure with less risk and damage to the tissue, and affording patients a quick recovery. The level of improvement and rejuvenation from cold plasma energy is unrivaled in current technologies. No laser, ultrasound or radiofrequency treatment is capable of safely tightening and firming skin to this level.
Our team at Jack Zamora MD Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetics will assist you with all of the information you need for exceptional results with your J-Plazty. Dr. Zamora will address all of your concerns ahead of time and discuss what your desired results are. He will also explain his techniques and anesthesia options.
Prior to your procedure, Dr. Zamora recommends you discontinue the use of products containing aspirin, garlic, ginseng, green tea and vitamin E for two weeks, as they may increase the risk of bruising.
Performed in-office and using local anesthesia, Dr. Zamora starts the J-Plazty™ Body Procedure with tiny, hidden incisions strategically placed based on the area of the body to be treated. Dr. Zamora will then use the J-Plasma® device sub-dermally (under the skin) to deliver cold plasma, which instantly tightens, shrinks and rejuvenates skin from the inside out. Results are immediate and continue to improve as your body continues to heal.
Post Treatment Information
Dr. Zamora and his team will check in with you after your procedure. It is normal for your face and neck to feel a bit tight or sore after the procedure. Minor discomfort can be treated with over the counter Tylenol. However, if your pain is unbearable, please call our Cometic Surgery office at 303-780-7377 immediately.
The J-Plazty™ Body Procedure takes about an hour per area and patients can expect initial tightness in the treated area. Pain is minimal and can be lessened with an over-the-counter pain reliever. Patients wear a compression garment for the first 72-hours. Mild swelling and bruising can take one to two weeks to resolve, however most patients are able to resume normal activities as early as one day post procedure.