Andrew Coundouriotis, M.D., F.A.C.S.
5600 22nd Street No.
St. Petersburg, FL 33714


What is Plasma Skin Regeneration ( PSR)? 

Plasma skin regeneration begins with a simple procedure that takes less than 15 minutes for a full face. The innovative Portrait® technology transfers nitrogen plasma energy to the architecture of the skin using a non-contact technique producing controlled, uniform regeneration of your skin. Right away, you’ll see new, healthy collagen and a more vibrant, youthful appearance.

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How does it work?

The ground-breaking science behind Portrait® makes it different from other treatments in several important ways. Portrait® is the first and only treatment clinically proven to regenerate skin. Its unique energy-transferring mechanism initiates regeneration deep below the skin's surface, remodeling the skin's architecture. This creates dramatic results that improve over time as the new architecture progressively replaces the old.

You will see improvements in skin texture, tone and reduction of fine wrinkles at lower levels of treatment and reduction of deep wrinkles at higher levels of treatment. New healthier collagen growth will improve contours and enhance your overall appearance.


Does it last? 

Over time you’ll see continuing improvement that’s truly remarkable. Working below the surface of the skin, Portrait® creates the right conditions and natural growth factors for generating new skin and continuous improvement in wrinkles, tone and texture. Clinical studies show improvements for as long as a year after treatment.

Is it Safe?

Plasma skin regeneration is safe and effective. Portrait® has demonstrated an excellent safety profile in clinical studies. It does not involve intense light radiation as found with ablative laser treatments, which are known to be associated with scarring and often protracted healing. It is also far easier to use and control than messy, chemical peeling agents that corrode your skin. It gives you the results you want without the lengthy downtime or the risks associated with other treatments.