Dr. Rick Jaggi MD, FRCSC
Microneedling

What Is A Microneedling Treatment Like

Micro needling treatment is a safe, quick, and non-invasive cosmetic procedure administered by an authorized skin care provider. Treatments typically take 20 to 40 minutes to perform, although addressing the appearance of stretch marks or scars may require more time. Discomfort is minimal and a topical numbing cream can be applied if needed.

Dr. Rick Jaggi MD, FRCSC

How Does Microneedling Work

Miconeedling addresses the appearance of skin imperfections by stimulating the skin's own natural healing process in which the body produces healthy new cells and extracellular substances, such as collagen and elastin to make skin appear refreshed, radiant, even toned, and youthful looking.

Dr. Rick Jaggi MD, FRCSC

What Is A Microneedling Treatment Like

Micro needling treatment is a safe, quick, and non-invasive cosmetic procedure administered by an authorized skin care provider. Treatments typically take 20 to 40 minutes to perform, although addressing the appearance of stretch marks or scars may require more time. Discomfort is minimal and a topical numbing cream can be applied if needed.

Dr. Rick Jaggi MD, FRCSC

What Are The Side Effects Of Microneedling

After the treatment your skin will be slightly pink and may feel like a mild sunburn. This is typically resolved within a few hours so that you may return to most normal activities almost immediately.

Dr. Rick Jaggi MD, FRCSC

When Can I Start Seeing Results

Visible improvements can often be seen after one treatment. Your body's collagen production usually occurs over 4-8 weeks. You will continue to see dramatic improvements over time.

Dr. Rick Jaggi MD, FRCSC

Is Microneedling Safe For Darker Skin Types

Microneedling treatments are safe for virtually all skin types. Since neither melanin absorbing lasers nor heat are involved, SKNergy is generally safer than lasers such as IPL, for darker skin types.

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