Morpheus8 And Microneedling

Morpheus8 And Microneedling

In this post, we’ll take a closer look at Morpheus8 vs. Microneedling and its differences to help you decide.

What Is Morpheus8 ?

Morpheus8 is a fractional treatment device that uses new bi-polar radio frequency technology to deliver energy more deeply into the skin than any other available device. This skin resurfacing treatment stimulates the reproduction of the adipose tissue of the dermis.

Along with collagen production, this treatment uses radiofrequency energy to tighten and thicken your skin, improving skin texture, skin tones, deep lines, stretch marks, wrinkles, and acne scars. Treatment with Morpheus8 is safe, comfortable.

What Is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves using fine needles to create tiny punctures into the skin.

The purpose of Microneedling is to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, which can lead to the production of new collagen and elastin, encouraging skin rejuvenation.

Microneedling skin treatment is often used to improve the appearance of your skin and bring back that youthful appearance as well as improve skin tissue.

Who Is A Good Candidate ?

A good candidate for those who have a variety of concerns such as enlarged pores, deep lines, creases, wrinkles, uneven or poor skin texture, and hyperpigmentation.

Morpheus8 skin treatment can help improve the appearance of excess fat in the face and neck, mild sagging in the face and neck, and sun damage.

What Can Morpheus Skin do and Microneedling do?

Morpheus8 and Microneedling can help treat a variety of concerns one can have. One of the main target areas is acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, and stretch marks.

There are several acne scars and wrinkle types some of which include:

Ice Pick Scars

These types of acne scars are relatively thin but go deep into the skin all the way to the dermis layer. These scars resemble micro-pinpricks on the skin and are sometimes mistaken for larger pores.

Boxcar Scars

These types of acne scars are in the deeper layers of the skin and are frequently oval or circular in shape. They give the skin an uneven and lumpy appearance, making it more difficult to treat when the scars are wider.

Rolling Scars

These are the most common type of acne scars that occur when the acne lesion extends deep into the skin and damages collagen production, causing the skin to form a depression.

Keloid Scars

These acne scars are more elevated and hypertrophic scars. This means that they have the ability to grow bigger than the initial acne and can expand even after the area has healed.

Frown Lines

These are vertical lines that appear between the brows when you frown. This can give the impression that you are mad when you are not.

Crows Feet

These are frown lines that appear at the corner of your eyes and are a common issue that occurs with age. These lines can be apparent when smiling or squinting.

Forehead Lines

These are lines that appear on the forehead and are visible through eyebrow movement and even when your face is resting. This occurs over time for those who naturally express themselves through facial expressions and movement.

Morpheus8 And Microneedling Skin

Morpheus skin tightening procedure begins with the use of a topical numbing cream to desensitize the skin, decreasing the sensation of the microneedles.

The applicator used has several tiny needles that are powered with radiofrequency and are pressed into the skin for a couple of seconds before it is removed and placed onto the next treatment area.

Instead of moving the device across the skin, this treatment uses the method of stamping. This treatment delivers controlled pulses of energy below the surface of the skin.

This helps to stimulate collagen production and promote the growth of new, healthy tissue. The procedure is quick and easy, resulting in no patient downtime.

Microneedling skin treatment is typically a well-tolerated procedure. The treatment begins with a topical anesthetic being applied to numb the treatment area.

Then a rolling device containing tiny needles is applied to your face creating small cuts in your skin which may cause a bit of bleeding. This treatment will help your skin rebuild collagen and improve skin elasticity.

Like Morpheus8, Microneedling is also an outpatient procedure, requiring very little downtime.

How Long Does Each One Last?

The Morpheus treatment activates immediately after the first treatment and may take a series of 2 to 4 treatments for desired results. These treatment sessions are usually spaced 4 to 6 weeks apart.

Results from Morpheus8 treatment are typically long-lasting, and some patients may only need occasional maintenance treats to maintain their results.

Similar to Morpheus8, the Microneedling skin treatment is also a relatively long-lasting treatment. The new collagen and elastin production will result in benefits of the treatment lasting for months to even years.

However, in order to maintain these results, it is generally recommended to have a touch-up treatment every 6 to 12 months.

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