Mirconeedling - Sarasota, FL

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Overview

Sarasota Plastic Surgery Center creates gorgeous complexions with microneedling using Rejuvapen, one of the latest advancements in skin rejuvenation therapy. Also known as skin needling, this procedure is minimally invasive and is used to improve surface irregularities such as skin texture, tone, and firmness. It also helps reduce the size of pores and diminish the signs of hyperpigmentation. During microneedling, a device that contains small, fine needles, punctures the skin. These tiny puncture wounds create a “trigger” effect for the production of collagen, which fills these wounds, essentially creating an improvement on the surface of the skin.

Rejuvapen Therapy System

The Rejuvapen Automatic Therapy System utilizes 9 precisely spaced micro needles in a small cartridge to create invisible, vertical, micro perforations into the epidermis and the top layer of the dermis. As a result, the skin shifts it’s natural repair mechanism into high gear and starts producing collagen and elastin to repair these micro-perforations. The self-repairing property of the skin is a 100% natural form of skin renewal from the inside out. The advantage of the Rejuvapen compared to other treatments is that it activates cell regeneration. Your skin becomes firmer and regains its elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced, pores become finer, circulation is stimulated and the overall condition of the skin improves.

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Recovery Time  
4 Days
Average Procedure Time  
15-40 Minutes
Post-op Follow-up  
None
Procedure Recovery Location  
Out-Patient
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The board-certified plastic surgeons of Sarasota Plastic Surgery Center, Dr. Braun Graham*, Dr. David Mobley*, Dr. Scott Engel*, and Dr. Brian Derby, offer a comprehensive range of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures. All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results may vary. Individual results are not guaranteed.

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