Micro-Needling in Atlanta

What Is Micro-Needling?

Micro-needling is a minimally invasive non-surgical procedure which is intended to significantly improve the appearance of acne scars, aged and sun-damaged skin, facial and décolleté lines, wrinkles and stretch marks.

Micro-needling is a form of collagen induction therapy as it induces the production of collagen and increases skin elasticity. Collagen gives structure to your muscles, bone skin, and other connective tissues. But when your body starts to age, the production of collagen reduces, which leads to several signs of skin aging such as age spots, wrinkles, hyperpigmentations, and others. There are several invasive and non-invasive treatments to reduce signs of skin aging and various problems. But a treatment that induces the growth of collagen to enhance the appearance of your skin is micro-needling.

How Does Micro-Needling Work?

The technique makes use of a tool called a ‘derma-pen’ or ‘derma-rollers’ that pricks tiny holes in your skin called micro-injury. The micro-injury stimulates the growth of collagen and elastin, the key to new, youthful-looking skin. The device slides along the skin, penetrating the upper layers of the skin to a depth of up to 2mm to create numerous tiny needle wounds. Micro-needling allows for controlled induction of the skin’s self repair mechanism by creating micro “injuries” in the skin which triggers new collagen synthesis, yet does not pose the risk of permanent scarring. The result is smoother, firmer and younger-looking skin.

This procedure works excellently in dramatically creating absorption of topically applied preparations that can enhance your results. PRF and growth serums are our top recommendations to add on to this procedure.

What are the Benefits of Micro-Needling?

Micro-needling is a form of collagen induction therapy as it induces the production of collagen and increases skin elasticity. The treatment offers the following benefits.

  • Micro-needling addresses signs of skin aging such as wrinkles, acne, acne scars, fine lines, loose skin, pigmentation, and skin related problems as well.
  • It can be combined with other rejuvenation techniques such as PRP
  • It can also be used to deposit skin products or medications such as serums in the deeper layers of the skin

Are You a Good Candidate for Micro-Needling?

Micro-needling treatments work well on all skin types. Good candidates for micro-needling should:

  • Be in generally good health
  • Not have any infection or injury in the treatment area
  • Not have had any cosmetic surgery or facial rejuvenation treatments done recently
  • Have unrealistic expectations of the results of this procedure

Dr. Schilling will review your medical history, allergies, medications, and check whether you are a suitable candidate. A physical examination is also conducted to ensure that there are no infections or injuries that can cause severe side effects.

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Full Face – $199
Chest – $175
Hands – $125
Scars 6 inches or less – $150
Stretch Marks – Abdomen $450
Purchase a series of 3 or more treatments and receive 15% OFF

Consultation required on any other areas.

Microneedling Before & After Photo

Micro-Needling is effective for:

  • Stimulating collagen
  • Breaks down scar tissue (acne & stretchmarks)
  • Improves fine lines and wrinkles
  • Accelerates healing
  • Improves complexion

Micro-Needling Treatment Summary

Recovery Time: 1 – 2 days

Number of Treatments: 4 (or as needed)

Approximate Cost: $450 – $1800

Longevity of results: Improvement with each treatment

Approximate Treatment Time: 45 – 60 min

Schedule a Consultation

If you are looking for an effective minimally invasive way to rejuvenate the appearance of your skin, contact Schilling Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetics today to schedule a consultation. We can let you know if micro-needling is your best option

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