What Is Dermaroller Therapy?
The concept of Dermaroller therapy, also known as skin needling is based on the skin s natural ability to repair itself whenever it encounters physical damage such as cuts, burns and other abrasions. Immediately after an injury occurs to the skin, our body reuses the damaged collagen and elastin fibres as well as other damaged skin components to produce new healthy ones.
Before your procedure commences a topical anaesthetic will be applied to your skin to ensure your comfort. After your skin is numbed, your Aesthetician will gently roll the Titanium Dermaroller over your skin to puncture the outermost layers of the skin and create minuscule sub-cutaneous injuries. These microscopic wounds stimulate new collagen deposition which may last for up to a year. Immediately after your Dermaroller procedure you will look as though you have moderate sunburn and your skin may feel warm and tighter than usual. This will start to subside after two hours and will normally recover on the same day with only slight redness the following day. A course of three Dermaroller sessions, at 6-8 week intervals, is usually recommended to achieve optimum results. However you will notice great skin improvement after just one treatment.
Dermaroller therapy can significantly improve the appearance of:
- Facial and d colletage lines and winkles
- Lack of skin firmness and elasticity
- Acne and chicken pox scars
- Enlarged pores
- Sun damage and age spots
- Under-eye bags
On collating and concluding to a diagnosis, options, alternatives and pricing will be discussed with you. Medical questionnaire, full consultation and diagnosis will be discussed with you.
Our aim is to maintain, protect and restore individual health, and provide treatment of disease with the best available techniques, technology and experience. We respect the autonomy of the patient and will always provide truthful, open and honest medical and dental care while listening to your personal requirements.
The medical and dental treatments are clinically audited and overseen by the registered health care professionals and responsible individuals of the practice. The practice is regulated for dentistry by the Care Quality Commission.