Microneedling Treatment

We use Dp4™ as the only microneedling device with a dedicated scar setting and protocols for the revision of deep, atrophic scars; including surgical, burn con-tracture, striae, and post-acne scars.  Microneedling is a safe and straightforward skin care treatment performed by experts at 221° Laser Clinic and Spa. It involves using a special tool with tiny needles to gently prick your skin. This process helps create a bit of ‘controlled damage’ which encourages your skin to heal and renew itself, resulting in a smoother, fresher appearance.

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The Benefits of Microneedling Treatments:

Healthier Skin
Helps your skin become stronger and brighter by making new, happy skin cells.
Reduced Scars
Little pricks can help smooth out old scars, making them less noticeable.
Fewer Wrinkles
The treatment can make wrinkles soften and even disappear.
Improved Skin Tone
Helps in reducing dark spots, giving you a more even skin color.

About Microneedling Treatments

Microneedling might sound like magic, but it’s all based on science! When the tiny needles prick your skin, it’s like your skin thinks it has little boo-boos or injuries. Even though these are super tiny and don’t hurt much, your skin starts working extra hard, making fresh, new skin cells to heal these areas. This new skin is usually smoother and more flawless, which is why microneedling is admired for giving you that lovely glow!

Who are Good Candidates for Microneedling Treatments?

Microneedling is a fantastic option for various people, especially those who want to say goodbye to wrinkles, scars, or uneven skin tones. But it’s also excellent for individuals who simply want to give their skin a little boost of happiness and healthiness. If you’re someone who wants their skin to look its best or tackle specific skin worries, microneedling at 221° Laser Clinic and Spa might be your new best friend!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Microneedling and How Does it Work?

Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that involves the use of a device equipped with fine needles. These needles create controlled micro-injuries on the skin's surface, which in turn stimulates the body's natural wound healing processes, enhancing collagen and elastin production. The ultimate goal is to improve the texture and appearance of the skin.

What Can Microneedling Treat?

Microneedling is renowned for its versatility in treating various skin conditions. It can address wrinkles, fine lines, acne scars, large pores, and uneven skin texture. Moreover, it has been utilized to diminish the appearance of stretch marks and enhance skin tightness. Microneedling can be used on various parts of the body, including the face, neck, arms, and legs.

How Long Does it Take to See Results from Microneedling?

The timeframe to observe noticeable improvements from microneedling can vary depending on the individual's skin type and the condition being treated. Typically, some changes like reduced inflammation or enhanced skin texture might be visible within a few days to weeks after the treatment. However, for more significant results, especially regarding collagen production and improvement in wrinkles or scars, it may take a few months.

Is Microneedling Painful?

Patients often describe the sensation experienced during microneedling as a light prickling or tingling. Prior to the procedure, a topical anesthetic is generally applied to the treatment area to minimize any discomfort. The pain level may also be influenced by the particular area being treated and the individual's pain tolerance.

Are There Any Side Effects Associated with Microneedling?

Some common side effects of microneedling include redness, swelling, and minor discomfort in the treated area, resembling a mild sunburn. These effects typically subside within a few days post-procedure. More severe side effects are infrequent but can encompass infection, bruising, and peeling. It’s pivotal to adhere to the post-care guidelines provided by your practitioner to mitigate risks and optimize results.

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