Ann Arbor, MI, September 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- In an ever changing and growing cosmetic skincare world, it is important to keep up with the latest in advanced techniques. It is important to utilize the newest treatments to improve our body’s largest organ, the skin. A keen understanding of how to repair the loss of our skin’s natural collagen and elastin as well as how to diminish scars and stretch marks are on the forefront of the newest technique called Microneedling. The aesthetician staff at Ann Arbor Plastic Surgery
are utilizing the new RejuvaPen tm which has a state of the art powered mechanism.
The use of tiny needles to stimulate the skin is undergoing a revolution. Many people remember hearing about the DermaRoller tm, wheel that could be rolled across the skin to improve pore size and scars. Now the technology has been significantly improved with the addition of a powered hand piece to make the treatment quick and consistent with improved results.
1. Patient with scars from surgery
2. Patients who have large facial pores
3. Acne scars
4. Stretch marks
Microneedling is a Fractional Collagen Induction Therapy System which creates microscopic perforations in the skin creating your own collagen to be created. Its 9 pin single use needle can be programmed to specific depths depending on each person’s concerns. As a result, the skin shifts its natural repair mechanism into high gear and starts producing collagen and elastin to repair these micro-perforations. The self-repairing property of the skin is a 100% natural form of skin renewal from the inside out. Your skin becomes firmer and regains its elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced, pores become finer, circulation is stimulated and the overall condition of the skin improves. Microneeding lifts, tightens and rejuvenates the skin, improves the appearance of stretch marks, improves the appearance of scars, and improves the appearance of acne scarring with little downtime after the procedure. Most patients will need 3-5 treatments, although you will see a significant change after your first treatment.