“Your face reveals how you feel which is why we go skin deep and combine advanced laser treatments to tighten, rejuvenate and restore your natural beauty.”

                                                                                                    Michele Hetherington, Senior Dermal Therapist


Micro-Needling |

Micro-Needling Best Skin Treatment

As we age, our skin loses its skin tone, texture and firmness.

Micro-Needling [also known as Collagen Induction Therapy] is one of the most advanced skin rejuvenation techniques that triggers collagen and elastin production and cell regeneration.

Ideal for reducing the imprint of acne pores, scarring and ageing including wrinkles, sun damage and stretch marks, the MD Micro-Needle Pen is a minimally-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure and is safe to use on most skin types.

Using fine needles to create hundreds of microscopic puncture wounds in the dermal layer (top layer) of skin, each puncture creates a channel that stimulates the body’s natural healing response by producing collagen and elastin. The needle penetration depth can also be adjusted from 0.25mm to 2.50 mm into the skin, depending on the condition of the skin being treated; a process that leaves your skin looking smoother and more youthful.

DOWNTIME: A walk in and walk out procedure that leaves some redness and minor swelling, which usually subsides within 24-48 hours. FOLLOW UP SESSIONS: Recommended every six weeks until the level if skin rejuvenation has been achieved [usually three-six sessions].

— F A Q S—

Introducing Dr Lionel Chang [MB BS FRACS] |

In the video presentation, Dr Lionel Chang [MB BS FRACS] outlines the answers to the procedure’s most frequently-asked questions. 

Please note that the information featured in the video is only a general overview. During your initial consultation with Michele Hetherington, Senior Dermal Therapist, your skin will be assessed and a program tailored for you to achieve your desired outcome. 

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