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What is Micro Needling?
Microneedling can be considered an outpatient cosmetic surgery and is a method used to regenerate the skin. Skin regeneration can be done to rejuvenate and repair damaged and old tissues. Microneedling is made up of the words: micro and needling; This means that the many tiny needles on a roller called a dermaroller can cause very minor damage by moving on the skin. These lesions open up space for substances to enter, identify the required material, enter the skin tissue, and then resume repair by the skin cells.
Microneedling is done both manually and by dermaroller, as well as by the device. In fact, it can be said that in this method, applied substance does not play the main role, in fact it is the body itself that reacts to small holes and injuries and heals itself. The main function of this method is based on the regenerative reaction of skin cells. The number of sessions, the time of each session and its cost depends on the purpose and skin type of the client.
Is microneedling helpful for me?
It can be used for a variety of restorative purposes on the skin of the face and body and is effective for people who have wrinkles, scars and pimples or pimples and acne, burn burns or pregnancy and obesity and weight loss on their body. It is also used to cleanse facial skin or even stimulate the growth of hair follicles on the head.
Who Can’t Use Microneedling?
Almost everyone can do this but due to the new injuries microneedling causes, people who have active, unhealed wounds, injuries or infections should not use this procedure in those particular areas of the body. Also, people whose wounds heal late; Like people with diabetes, they should not use this method. This contraindication also applies to people taking blood thinners.
History of microneedling
The microneedling we know today was first used in the United States in 1955 with injection needles to treat the effects of skin wounds and wrinkles. At the same time, another doctor used needles in a different way to stimulate the body to make collagen. But years earlier, in 1905, a German doctor had used dental millings in the same way to remove birth defects and skin imperfections, such as accidental pigmentation of some areas of the skin.
Can microneedling ruin my skin?
This partial cosmetic procedure is known as a convenient and painless procedure with a short recovery time. At the same time, microneedling is more effective than many cosmetic and invasive cosmetic procedures. The risk of this method is less than the risk of other actions, but it may have side effects like bleeding, bruising, infection, scratches, and skin pigmentation in rare cases.
Skin cares before and after microneedling
For safer and superior results in microneedling, it is recommended that no radiation therapy or IPL be performed within two weeks before that and also not be exposed to intense sunlight and sunburn. Its recommended to consult with your doctor in any doubtful situation. After microneedling, the skin should be protected from the sun’s rays and ask your doctor to take a variety of medications if they are needed just because medications can interfere with normal inflammation and the healing process.
Where to perform microneedling in Toronto?
Rosha clinic in Toronto, Canada utilize the latest method to perform microneedling with the premium tools. Highly experienced doctors and nurses in Rosha clinic are well known by their customers for microneedling all across Toronto.
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