What if you could remove old and tired skin cells and stimulate the skin to boost its production of these healthier components? That is exactly what the SkinPen® procedure can accomplish. Administered by the Seven skin experts, this microneedling treatment is designed to address fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation. SkinPen® is the first and only FDA-approved microneedling device available.
SkinPen® microneedling is a skin rejuvenation technique that uses tiny needles to create microscopic channels in the skin. This method of skin care has been gaining popularity in recent years due to its ability to reduce signs of aging and improve skin health overall. The skin pen can be used on all skin types, including sensitive skin, making it a safe and effective skin care treatment.
SkinPen® microneedling is a safe and minimally-invasive skin care treatment that can be used on all skin types with minimal risk of side effects. It is typically performed in a series of treatments, with the number determined by skin type and skin health goals. Generally speaking, SkinPen® microneedling treatments are spaced four to six weeks apart for best results.
SkinPen® is the best and most effective microneedling device out there today. It can be customized to your specific needs with needles that can be adjusted to varying depths. SkinPen® microneedling also glides over skin easily and offers consistent results.
Microneedling has a range of different benefits. The first, microneedling is able to address many of the different signs of aging. With the influx of collagen and elastin, the lines and wrinkles around your mouth, nose, and eyes will significantly be reduced. Microneedling can also do away with age spots and hyperpigmentation.
Unlike most alternatives, SkinPen has been clinically shown to be effective for women and men with skin ranging from skin-types light to very dark . Likewise, SkinPen’s mechanical process is less abrasive than harsh peels. In addition, when you properly space treatments that are overseen by a physician, the procedures can be administered year-round.
Little Downtime: It is a perfect treatment for patients with a busy schedule.
Natural Recovery: SkinPen’s mechanical process is versatile and usable year-round.
Safe for all Skin Types: Clinically proven effective on all skin types, Fitzpatrick 1 – 6.
Safe and Sound: The First FDA-cleared microneedling device on the market
Comfortable: A light numbing cream may be used to minimize discomfort
For some patients, combining the SkinPen® microneedling treatment with the application of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can enchance the treatment results. This super rejuvenating booster is designed to use your body’s own growth factors to help the skin from the inside out.
PRP is used in many medical fields as a tool to assist in tissue regeneration, wound healing, scar revision, skin rejuvenation, and even hair loss. Our blood is made of two main parts: red blood cells and plasma. Plasma, the action ingredient in this treatment, contains white blood cells and platelets. Platelets are typically responsible for your blood’s ability to form a clot after a cut, but they also contain growth factors, which act as messengers to signal various cell types to carry out their designated function. When used with SkinPen®, growth factor-rich PRP helps repair blood vessels, promote cell growth and wound healing, and stimulate collagen production for younger looking skin.
Dr. Robert DeFatta has dedicated his entire 15-year career to the treatment of disorders and cosmetic concerns of the face, head and neck and his scope of practice includes revision of scars in any location from the neck up. When a scar is located in the scalp, it carries the added cosmetic concern of hair loss within the scar and can be challenging to address. Various types of scalp scars can result in this hair loss problem such as those from trauma, burns, facelift or brow lift surgery, and hair transplant donor site surgery. Dr. DeFatta may recommend improving the appearance of the scar by removing it, relocating/reorienting it, or disguising it to minimizie its prominence. He will tailor a treatment plan based on various factors including the scar’s size and location, associated hair loss pattern, your scarring potential and other medical and cosmetic considerations.