Facial scars are difficult to remove. Many therapies have been developed to treat different scars; however, none have been as successful as micro needling.
Micro needling in Dallas has been in use since it reached its full potential in 2006 when Fernandes improved the procedure. Even though the procedure is simple, there is a risk of infection and scarring.
How Micro Needling Works
Micro needling in Dallas works using collagen induction therapy. The procedure is a non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure that uses a very fine needling device to create a controlled injury to the skin. Fine needles will puncture the skin to create very small wounds. This triggers the body to fill the tiny wounds with collagen, and new capillaries are formed. The treatment is used to help reduce the look of scars, improve skin texture, and help with skin rejuvenation.
Devices for Micro Needling
Medical professionals use a variety of devices that contain very fine needles. A roller has wheels of needles that are used to puncture the skin. Some professionals may also use a pen which has a cluster of needles at the tip. The doctor can control the needle depth and how fast it moves across the body.
The entire process of micro needling for scars requires approximately five to six sessions depending on the skin type and damage.
If you wish to undergo treatments for micro-needling in Dallas, it is important to first consult a doctor because not everyone is a suitable candidate. The treatments are not suitable for anyone who has a skin condition or infection, anyone who has cuts or wounds, anyone who is breastfeeding or pregnant, anyone who has undergone radiation within the past year, or anyone who has trouble with wound healing.
The skin takes approximately six weeks for collagen to fill in the wounds and approximately six months for the complete effect of the treatments can be seen.