How Microneedling Rejuvenates the Skin

Published on June 29, 2017

Micro-needling is an excellent skin-rejuvenation technique that provides its treatment in a rather interesting way. Microneedling is performed using a device that contains a cluster of tiny sharp needles. The needles will oscillate as the devices passes over the skin. This creates tiny injuries in the layers of the skin.

How does causing tiny injuries to the skin rejuvenate it? It may seem counterintuitive, but these superficial wounds do not cause permanent damage. The tiny injuries stimulate the skin-renewal process and promote the production of collagen. The collagen helps to strengthen and tighten the skin, and the entire process can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and even skin sagging.

Dermatologist Dr. David Harvey applies a topical anesthetic prior to the procedure in order to minimize any discomfort. He has performed numerous microneedling procedures and can provide you with an effective treatment that satisfies your needs. Contact us to schedule a consultation.