Ready to rejuvenate your skin? Visit Dr. Park Avenue today. We’re a leading source for cosmetic procedures in Franklin Lakes, Brick and Hoboken, NJ. We’re excited to offer microneedling at all three of our locations.
Microneedling is a unique procedure that utilizes a specialized tool to:
We offer microneedling at our Brick, Hoboken and Franklin Lakes, NJ locations. We make it easy to get quality skin rejuvenation treatment close to home. You should visit Dr. Park Avenue for cosmetic procedures because:
What are the benefits?
Microneedling procedures are beneficial to assist in reducing the signs of aging, improving the appearance of acne scars, as well as rejuvenate aging skin.
Who is a candidate?
One of the most exciting things about microneedling is that it can be used on all types of skin, on all skin colors.
What areas of the body can it be used for?
Microneedling variable needle depth allows for versatility and therefore it can be used on many parts of the body, including the face, neck, and décolleté.
How long does the procedure take and will it hurt?
The procedure typically takes 30 minutes. Most microneedling users apply a topical anesthetic to the skin prior to the procedure. This allows for a relatively pain-free experience.
When will I see results?
Patients may notice healthier looking skin immediately. However, the natural repair process of your own skin continues to progress over the course of several weeks. Damage that has occurred over an extensive period of time won’t disappear immediately. You may not see the final result for up to 3-6 months following your final session. *Individual results will vary.
How many procedures are recommended?
The number of procedures required will be determined by your skincare professional based upon your individual procedure goals and the health of your skin. Most patients receive a series of 3 procedures spaced about 4 weeks apart. Your provider will develop a procedure plan specific to you and also a maintenance plan to help maintain the rejuvenating effects.
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