A 3 dimensional skin resurfacing treatment that combines micro-fractional RF skin ablation with volumetric dermal anti-wrinkle effect – in a single pulse. Results in brighter skin, reduction of epidermal hyperpigmentation, improvement of skin texture, smoothing of wrinkles and treatment of scars. A minimally invasive procedure with minimal discomfort and minimal downtime. Clinically proven 3DEEP RF technology
For many people today, their major skin appearance concern is that of aging skin. There are a variety of ways to treat aging skin with medical procedures from full laser resurfacing to non-ablative treatments to deep peeling. One treatment that is growing in popularity is fractional skin resurfacing – which treats a fraction of the skin’s surface so that there are reservoirs of healing tissue left to promote rapid healing and reduce downtime.
MicroNeedle and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Micro-Needling (also known as Collagen Induction Therapy or CIT) is a new innovation in aesthetic medicine for treating the appearance of fine lines, acne scars and improvement of the skin’s overall appearance.
During this procedure, tiny needles are used to create controlled micro-injuries to the skin in order to produce collagen and elastin. The skin’s repair process results in improvement of the appearance of softer wrinkles. Micro-needling also creates superficial micro-channels which can be used with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) boost collagen production within your skin (see Vampire Facelift).
The benefits of micro-needling are a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, younger-looking skin with fewer signs of aging. This treatment also has a positive effect on hyper-pigmentation as well as on hypo-pigmentation, acne scars, traumatic scars and stretch marks, and generally creates a fresher appearance or glow to the skin.
Patients notice an immediate “glow” to their skin. Visible changes to the skin develop over the course of several days and weeks. Results continue to improve up to 6 months after the treatment as collagen production continues.