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Frequently Asked Microneedling Questions
Generally every adult of twenty years and older is a good candidate for microneedling procedure. Cosmetic dermatology procedures are not suggested for younger age, children and teens because the body is still in process of development. This procedure fits to any skin tone, for both thick and thin skin. A free consultation with one of our highly qualified medical consultants will help you figure out if this treatment is right for you. During the procedure experienced dermatologist will adjust needles to fit skin’s texture.
Microneedling is a procedure that involves several small needles to pierce patient’s skin in treated areas. The needles stimutates immediate tissues below skin and skin itself. As a result healing processes make the skin look younger with new tissues being formed.
Generally, microneedling involves three to six treatments for nine months to see significant improvement. There are no limitations to the number of procedures, as long as the patient happy with the results. The time between treatments may vary according to type and skin concern.
No, you can return to all regular daily activities immediately after your treatment. Recovery might take 2-3 days. The skin will be red at first and irritated within the first few days following the procedure.
You’ll need to wait about 1 month to see results. This is because your body needs time to form new tissues. Best results will be noticable after 3-5 treatments and will keep for as long as a year.
There are a few side effects related to the treatment. All are minor and temporary.
- Skin redness – disappears with a few hours or first couple days after, depending on your skin type
- Dryness – use of good moisturizer will help
- Sun sensitivity – it is a good idea to avoid direct sun exposure at least for a few days after the procedure
As long as you see the improvement of the skin you can get treated.
In recent studies, all of the acne-scarred participants reported an improvement in the appearance of their scars. Microneedling is considered effective in treating minor scarring related to acne, wounds, and aging.
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