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Micro Needling References

Fernandes D. Percutaneous collagen induction: an alternative to laser resurfacing. Aesthet Surg J 2002;22:315-317. Gold MH. Update on fractional laser technology. J Clin Asthet Dermatol 2010;3(1):42-50. Metelitsa AI, Alster TS. Fractionated laser skin resurfacing treatment complications: a review. Dermatol Surg 2010;36:299-306. Chan HL, Manstein D, Yu CS, et al. The [...]
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Fractional Dermabrasion Versus Fractional Laser Therapy

Most aesthetic medical devices operate on the principle that controlled wounding of skin and underlying tissue will cause a healing response, stimulating neocollagenesis and the creation of healthier-looking skin. Fractional laser therapy is the controlled creation of patterns of microscopic wounds in the skin via laser, each surrounded by islands [...]
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Micro needling and melasma

Melasma is a common skin pigment disorder of women between the ages of 20 and 50. Causes of melasma include sun, ultraviolet exposure, pregnancy, oral contraceptives, and certain drugs. Clinically, melasma is characterized by irregularly shaped hyperpigmented areas of a beige or brown color. These areas usually occur on areas [...]
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Micro Needling For Neck – Micro Needling Neck Before And After

Fractional dermabrasion (or microneedling) has been used for the treatment of aging skin of the neck. After two sessions of microneedling, analysis of photos, degree of irregularity on silicone rubber microrelief impressions, and ultrasound images demonstrated improvement in 90% of the subjects (Fabbrocini et al, 2011). See Micro Needling Neck [...]
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