Microneedling

The purpose of microneedling is to rejuvenate the skin. By stimulating collagen production, your skin begins to look younger and healthier.

Microneedling

The purpose of microneedling is to rejuvenate the skin. By stimulating collagen production, your skin begins to look younger and healthier. The most common use of microneedling treatment is on the face, but it can also be used on other body parts, such as the neck, chest, hands, and feet. Microneedling treatments work by piercing the skin with tiny, sterile surgical steel needles in a pen-like device. Natural growth factors and collagen are produced in the skin due to this healing process. With microneedling, enhanced nutrient absorption is possible due to the tiny micro-channels created during the treatment. To get the best results from your procedure, effective topical agents are applied to the skin to enhance the skin. 
 
Aviva Med Spa Centennial, CO, offers a choice of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) microneedling treatments, also known as the “Vampire Facial” or stem cell serum containing growth factors and cytokines as treatment options. Let’s discuss your options with you during your consultation!

FAQs

What is Microneedling?

Microneedling involves the use of an electric device to prick the skin. During microneedling, scar tissue is broken down, and skin cells are stimulated to regenerate. 

Who is a Good Candidate for Microneedling?

Skin of any color and type can be treated with microneedling.

When Will I See Results After Microneedling?

Most patients find that their skin brightens immediately after treatment. It takes several days and weeks for the skin to undergo visible changes. Due to the continual production of collagen following treatment, results can continue to improve for up to six months.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

Optimal results can be achieved with just one treatment. There is no magic formula, but most patients require a series of three to four treatments separated by a period of six to eight weeks. The recommended number of sessions for patients with deep wrinkles, photoaging, stretch marks, or acne scars is six to eight, one every six weeks.

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