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Treatment Targets:

Microneedling Explained

Microneedling uses 36 fine needles to create microwounds, or channels, in the skin. This triggers the production of elastin and collagen. It’s also called skin needling or collagen induction therapy.

If the procedure also uses radiofrequency waves, it’s called radiofrequency microneedling. The needle releases radiofrequency into the channels, causing additional damage. This enhances the effects of standard microneedling. The skin that grows back is thicker and smoother. This can target:

  • fine lines

  • wrinkles

  • stretch marks

  • appearance of large pores

  • acne scars

  • scars from injury or surgery

  • loose, sagging skin

What you can expect:

  1. A provider cleans your skin to prevent infection.

  2. They apply a topical anesthetic to the treatment area about 1/2 hour before the procedure if needed.

  3. The microneedling device makes tiny wounds in the skin. Simultaneously, the tip of the needle releases radiofrequency waves into the wounds.

  4. After treatment a mask is applied

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