Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that uses tiny needles to create controlled micro-injuries on the skin’s surface, stimulating collagen production and rejuvenating the skin.

Prior to the treatment, a numbing cream is applied to minimize discomfort. Most patients experience mild sensations during the procedure, often described as a slight tingling or pricking sensation.

The number of sessions required varies depending on your specific skin concerns. Generally, a series of treatments spaced a few weeks apart is recommended to achieve optimal results.

There may be some mild redness and sensitivity immediately after the treatment, but it typically subsides within a day or two. You can resume normal activities with proper aftercare.

Yes, Microneedling is safe and effective for all skin types. However, it is essential to consult with an experienced professional to determine the most suitable treatment approach for your skin.

Microneedling stimulates collagen production, which can provide long-lasting results. However, regular maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the effects over time.

Initial improvements may be visible within a few days after the treatment. However, optimal results typically develop gradually as collagen remodeling occurs, with continued improvements over several weeks.

Yes, Microneedling can be an effective treatment option for reducing the appearance of stretch marks by stimulating collagen production and promoting skin remodeling.

Microneedling can be suitable for sensitive skin. However, it is important to inform your provider about your skin sensitivities during the consultation to ensure proper customization of the treatment.

Yes, Microneedling can be combined with other aesthetic procedures to further enhance results. Your provider will assess your needs and recommend the most suitable treatment plan for you.