Microneedling in Jacksonville, FL | Microneedling Near Me

What is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a non-invasive, nonsurgical cosmetic medical treatment to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. This procedure can be used to treat many different skin concerns, from decreasing the appearance of fine lines and acne scars to minimizing large pores.

During a microneedling treatment session, tiny needles embedded in a microneedling device will create small micro-injuries in the top layers of the skin to stimulate collagen production as the skin heals itself. This also allows serums to reach the deeper layers of the dermis for better absorption, as well as stimulate the deeper layers of skin to heal, prompting new cell growth and regeneration that helps your complexion as the surface cells are replaced.

Who is a Good Candidate for Microneedling?

Individuals who wish to achieve thicker, firmer skin and reduce the appearance of various concerns can often benefit from microneedling. In particular, you might be a good candidate for microneedling if you have only mild to moderate symptoms, rather than severe issues with aging skin and loss of skin elasticity.

Because microneedling doesn’t rely on the skin absorbing specific wavelengths of light, as in laser skin resurfacing treatments, it is tolerated by people of all skin types and colors, including darker skin tones that may not be good candidates for laser light procedures.

A consultation with one of our skincare experts can help to determine if this treatment is right for your unique skin conditions and their severity.

Concerns Treated With Microneedling Collagen Induction Therapy

By stimulating the skin’s deeper tissues of the dermis, microneedling helps rejuvenate your complexion as well as skin texture over the course of a few weeks of regeneration. By enhancing collagen production and kick-starting your body’s natural healing process in the skin, you can see results for many conditions, including:

  • Cellulite
  • Stretch marks
  • Acne scars
  • Enlarged pores
  • Pigmentation issues
  • Rough skin
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Dull skin

There are many types of microneedling devices and options for treatment, including microneedling with platelet-rich plasma for enhanced healing and skin rejuvenation.

How to Prepare For Microneedling

There are a few steps you can take to prepare for your microneedling aesthetic treatment. You’ll want to avoid excess sun exposure as much as you can and wear SPF 30 or higher for at least 24 hours beforehand. You’ll also want to stop using retinoids or acid-based skincare products for at least 24 hours before your appointment. Additionally, avoid blood-thinning medication and alcohol 72 hours before treatment.

Results and Recovery

Following your microneedling procedure, mild swelling and redness may occur. Patients should avoid the sun for 48 hours and wear sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher for at least two weeks following treatment. Avoid applying makeup for the first 24 hours; after that, you can feel free to apply makeup, lotions, and other products as usual. It can take up to four weeks after treatment for results to become visible.

Why Basile Plastic Surgery & Wellness?

With Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Patrick Basile, MD and our experienced team of specialists, you could not be in better hands. Whether you’re receiving an aesthetic, nonsurgical treatment like microneedling or a more invasive surgery like a facelift or mommy makeover, we can ensure you’re cared for every step of the way. We’ll address all your questions and concerns so we can provide you with the results you’re looking for.

Microneedling in Jacksonville, FL

If you are interested in microneedling treatments for a rejuvenated complexion, contact our Jacksonville, FL office today to schedule a consultation. Our skincare specialists and board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Patrick Basile are here to help you look and feel your best with non-surgical aesthetic procedures designed personally for your budget, goals, and schedule.

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