Morpheus8 Microneedling - The Treatment That Boosts Collagen & Remodels Your Skin
Morpheus8 is a revolutionary way to defy aging. Combining the power of traditional microneedling with fractionated radiofrequency (RF) technology, Morpheus8 safely heats the subdermal layers of the skin and tissue, working together to create a more contoured, sculpted appearance. The results are three words we all love: quick, permanent, and liberating.
So, you want the skinny on it, right? It is remarkable what two small procedures can morph into when combined. Microneedling is just what it sounds like: teeny, tiny needles penetrating the skin’s surface and awakening the collagen that lies under the subdermal layer. In addition to this, RF is used to heat the subdermal layers, and voila – the perfect non-invasive rejuvenating treatment.
It’s not just for your face; our highly-skilled medical practitioners use the ergonomic, handheld device on virtually any area of the face or body. Microneedling will tighten up your skin routine without the cost, commitment, cutting, and side effects of invasive cosmetic procedures. To find out more about this hot new treatment, call us to schedule a consultation!
Traditional Microneedling is a Sharp Way to a Revitalized Appearance
Before there was microneedling using fractionated RF energy, there was microneedling performed with a handheld, pen-like, medical device that gently glided over skin. In this procedure, tiny needles pierce the epidermis to provide incredible beauty benefits. Traditional microneedling, called Collagen Induction Therapy, is an FDA-approved, highly-effective way to correct common cosmetic concerns, such as aging, scarring, and hyperpigmentation.
Traditional microneedling is a great alternative from other cosmetic procedures, specifically chemical peels. Like RF microneedling, traditional microneedling is completely customizable, as the provider can easily adjust needle depth specific to the individual’s specific skin needs. The beauty of microneedling is it doesn’t “burn” the skin like a laser, “dissolve” it like a chemical peel, or “abrade” it like dermabrasion.
High-tech microneedling can deliver noticeable results for most skin types. Microneedling side effects can vary; those with melasma and darker skin tones may notice increased pigmentation. The best way to find the microneedling procedure that is best for you is to schedule a consultation where one of our expert clinicians will discuss your options and recommend a treatment that is best for you.
PRP Microneedling Shows That Your Beauty is Literally on the Inside
What if the long-sought fountain of youthful rejuvenation was inside of you, coursing through your veins? PRP microneedling is the procedure that proves true beauty is on the inside. PRP stands for “platelet-rich plasma” and is so cutting edge it’s a bit scary. Your blood is transformative and can make you look rejuvenated – here’s how.
The treatment involves obtaining a vial of your blood (quick and painless!) and then utilizing a high-speed centrifuge to separate the PRP from other blood cells. While the plasma is separating, the face is cleaned, and a topical numbing solution is applied to desensitize nerve endings. The handheld microneedling device is passed over the skin and the PRP is immediately applied, soothing the micro-injuries and encouraging the healing response to begin immediately.
DG Aesthetics Specializes in All Methods of Microneedling
Addressing the fear of needles is a non-issue. The needles used in microneedling are so tiny that you won’t see them, much less feel them. The device used in microneedling is not a roller or a large paddle; it is a small device that is moved over your face.
DG Aesthetics is proud to offer Morpheus8 and Traditional Microneedling with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment for our clients. PRP offers the latest technology, adding additional benefits to Morpheus8 and Traditional Microneedling.
PRP bolsters collagen production (neocollagenesis) and wound-healing effects of microneedling using plasma drawn from your circulatory system. It is all based on the idea that blood is a regenerative substance and platelets are the reproductive powerhouses of blood and plasma. The high concentration of cytokines and growth factors in PRP include insulin-like growth factors, transformation or healing growth factors, platelet-derived growth factors, and vascular endothelial growth factors, all of which work together for tissue generation. Book your consultation online and find the type best for you!