microneedling

The real deal with nonsurgical skin tighteningWhile nonsurgical technologies still don’t rival surgical facelifting results, combination treatment delivers patient satisfaction.
Microneedling may provide alternative to lasers
Microneedling may provide alternative to lasersMicroneedling may provide a viable alternative to lasers in certain clinical situations. Dr. Mara Weinstein Velez discusses which indications have promising data behind them and where further research needs to focus.
Device combines micro-dermabrasion and micro-needlingProcell Therapies has released the DermaPaddle, a device that combines micro-dermabrasion with micro-needling.
RF microneedling applicationsOne dermatologists describes her success with radiofreqency microneedling to treat acne and acne scarring.
What’s old is new: MicroneedlingMicroneedling techniques are mimicking results often associated with laser treatment, according to Tina S. Alster, M.D., director of Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery, Washington, DC, who presented “Will Microneedling Replace Lasers?” at the 2016 American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) annual meeting in New Orleans.
The machine age: What's next in technology?
The machine age: What's next in technology?From skin tightening to vaginal rejuvenation, cosmetic surgeons share their opinion on what will trend next in aesthetic technology.
What’s new in facial rejuvenationFrom single devices that perform a spectrum of rejuvenation procedures, to older devices that are re-emerging, to new combinations using tried-and-true technologies, dermatologists are at the forefront of what’s new and exciting in facial rejuvenation. Learn more.