Skin Needling-CRT

Skin Needling-Collagen Rejuvenation TherapySkin Needling-Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy

Skin Needling-Collagen Rejuvenation TherapySkin Needling-Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy

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What is it?

Skin Needling is a process which is similar to pigment implantation, but without using pigments (ink). A “dry needle” is directed through the center of crevices (wrinkles) or acne scars to draw a light bloodline. As the brain recognizes trauma to that area, it responds by generating collagen and elastin directing it to the affected area.
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Why should I have this procedure?

Men and women alike have benefited from this procedure as it fills in the tissue’s depressed areas, whether by acne, loss of elasticity, injury or disease.
SCAR RELAXATION

What is it?

Scar Relaxation is a process that will release fibrous bands of scar tissue from the patient’s affected area. This procedure was discovered in 1988.  Scar Relaxation and Skin Needling was presented at the first SPCP conference in 1991. Since that time, Ms. Church has worked on many burn patients and have had successful results. You can also see and hear a burn patient on YouTube or our Blog about how Scar Relaxation has changed her life. She had over 60 surgeries and with the procedure of Scar Relaxation, she and her physician were delighted that the fibrous bands of scar tissue on her neck gave her the ability to move her head sideways which she could not do before.

Why should I have this procedure?

To have more maneuverability in the contractured tissue, this procedure will achieve that. The tissue will be flatter, giving the patient range of motion that was only possible with surgery prior to this procedure.

Melanocyte Restoration

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What is it?

Melanocyte is a cell in the epidermal layer of the skin that produces a dark brown or black pigment known as melanin. In places on the skin that are blanched (lacking melanin) , Melanocyte Restoration is the process ( a Paramedical procedure) that assists the cells in manufacturing melanin in the affected area by the insertion of a sterile needle into the blanched section using circular or straight patterns. The needle is the component of a Permanent Cosmetic Device.

Why should I have this procedure?

If white spots are present on your skin, this process may initiate melanin activity to help restore skin tone to the white spots, restoring natural skin tone to the areas.

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