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Microneedling with PRP

Skin Pen Microneedling including PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

  • 2 hours
  • Starting at $549
  • Aesthetics By Dr. Mallhi | Strasburg Road

Service Description

Medical microneedling with SkinPen® does more than rejuvenate. It remodels your skin, addressing a wide variety of issues along the way, including melasma, scarring, wrinkles, pores, and collagen production. There is a solution, and better still, it can take as little as 30 minutes! Rejuvenate your skin while reducing the appearance of aging, scarred skin thanks to SkinPen® microneedling. This innovative treatment uses leading technology to provide lasting, noticeable results that are sure to please. Here’s what you can expect from a SkinPen treatment: - A plan for optimal results. We may recommend a course of procedures based on your individual goals. Maintenance of your procedure might require multiple treatments. - A comfortable procedure. Based on your needs, we will likely apply a topical numbing agent to the treatment area. - A short procedure time. The treatment will likely take about 30 minutes. - A mild sensation. Most patients report feeling only the slight vibration of SkinPen during the procedure. - Minimal post-procedure effects. The skin will appear slightly pink to red immediately post-procedure, similar to a mild to moderate sunburn. Additionally, the most common treatment responses experienced were dryness, rough skin, tightness, redness, itching, peeling, discomfort, tenderness, and burning. These conditions resolved over time without any further complications. - Soothing aftercare. We can provide skincare recommendations to prevent the skin from drying out post-treatment. - An effective post-procedure protocol. We might recommend an aftercare regimen. Here’s what to expect from a typical PRP injection process: - We will draw a sample of your blood. The amount of the sample depends on where the PRP will be injected. For example, the amount of blood taken for injection into the scalp was 20 milliliters. This is slightly larger than one teaspoon. - The blood is placed into a centrifuge. This machine spins around very quickly, causing the blood components to separate. The separation process takes about 15 minutes. - A technologist takes the separated plasma and prepares it for injection into the affected area.

Contact Details

  • 1241 Strasburg Road unit 10 2nd floor, Kitchener, ON, Canada


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