Microneedling Skin Rejuvenation in Tucson

Acne can cause embarrassment as well as long lasting scars in your complexion. For those suffering from the effects of acne, microneedling provides skin therapy. Microneedling is a form of Collagen Induction Therapy that smoothes wrinkles, improves depressed acne scarring, and reduces the appearance of stretch marks. It is one the newest, easiest and most effective skin treatments available in Tucson, Arizona.

Is Microneedling right for me?

microneedling skin rejuvenation in Tucson Arizona


Patients can benefit from microneedling, or dermabrasion skin therapy, if they suffer from mild skin trouble. The therapy can treat thin or thicker skin, darker or lighter skin colors, as well as spotting and scarring. Although typically used for the face, microneedling can also be used on areas like the arms or hands. If you are looking for a minimally-invasive therapy for your skin blemishes, you may find the perfect solution in this treatment. Performed in the Tucson area, microneedling has little downtime.

What can I expect from Microneedling?

Micro-needling is performed with a small device applied to the trouble areas of the skin. Your treatment will usually be performed in-office and take little time to complete. The areas you chose to address will be rolled over with the device filled with tiny needles. These needles penetrate the very upper layers of the skin and initiate healing and collagen growth. You can expect some redness and tenderness of the skin after treatment. Nevertheless, patients can resume normal activities within 24 hours.

How can I learn more about Microneedling?

You can schedule your skin therapy session by contacting our office. Discussing the results, past treatments, and experiences of Dr. Eades’ previous patients is recommended. Understanding the full scope of dermabrasion techniques can help you decide if it is a solution for you. We encourage you to visit Dr. Eades’ office, conveniently located near the cities of Catalina Foothills, Tanque Verde, and Casas Adobes, to learn more.