Microneedling scar treatment
Microneedling is a device which perfectly stimulates the skin to renew itself. Through micro punctures, it stimulates collagen fibres to regenerate, which makes the skin more elastic and firm.
microneedling can be used as an alternative to fractional laser. It works on the principle of automatic puncturing of the skin with pulsating needles, thanks to which it stimulates regenerative processes occurring in the skin, thus stimulating its renewal in a natural way.
Why is it worth it?
There are many advantages of treatments with microneedling. These include: short treatment time, automatic control of injection depth, little pain during the treatment, short convalescence time and sterility of the treatment. Acceleration of the healing process and scar remodelling, and prevention of inflammations.
What do you need to know?
How often repeat
Before the microneedling procedure, the patient can be anaesthetised with an anaesthetic cream, which makes the procedure practically unnoticeable. The procedure consists in controlled micro puncturing within the range of 0.2 mm to 0.3 mm, depending on the indication. The device allows us to choose depth of the injection depending on the indication, area and skin thickness.
Sun protection after the treatment (SPF 50); long baths and swimming pools should be avoided until healing is complete; after the treatment, use of moisturising creams is recommended
Inflammations of the treatment area
Before the procedure, anaesthesia with a cream is administered, which significantly improves comfort during the procedure.
Improved appearance of the scar.
After a series of treatments, the result is permanent.
If the Patient fails to observe recommendations, discolourations may appear in case of sunlight exposure after the treatment
As soon as after the first treatment
Yes, the microneedling treatment ought to be repeated once a month.
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