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WHAT IS SKIN PEN? 

It is an FDA approved medical micro-needling device that supports the body's natural ability to create collagen and elastin (Collagen induction therapy). 

 

 

INTERESTED: 

STEP 1: TAKE THE FOLLOWING QUIZ TO FIND OUT IF YOU ARE A CANDIDATE TO RECEIVE  COLLAGEN INDUCTION THERAPY:

 

ANSWER NO TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS and you are a candidate to receive medical micro-needling:

  1. Have you been diagnosed with Basal cell, Squamous cell, or melanoma?

  2. Are you allergic to stainless steel?

  3. Are you allergic to Benzocaine, Lidocaine, and /or  tetracaine HCL?

  4. Do you have a hemorrhagic bleeding disorder / or hemostatic disorder Such as: hemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency), hemophilia B (factor IX deficiency) and von Willebrand disease, acquired platelet function defects, Congenital platelet function defects, Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), Prothrombin deficiency, Factor V deficiency, Factor VII deficiency, Factor X deficiency, Factor XI deficiency (hemophilia C), ITP, etc?

  5. Are you currently pregnant or nursing?

  6. Are you currently taking a pharmaceutical that contains ISOTRETINOIN? (eg: Accutane, Absorica, Amnesteem, Claravis, Myorisan, Zenatane)

    1. You have have been off  for a minimum of 6mos (after a full 6mos you are eligible for treatment)

  7. Are you on a pharmaceutical anticoagulant?

  8. Do you have a collagen vascular disease (eg scleroderma etc) ?

  9. Do you have a history of keloid scarring?

  10.  Do you have a history of shingles on the face?

  11.  Do you have giant cell arteritis/ Temporal arteritis?

  12.  Do you have trigeminal neuralgia?

  13.  Do you have a history of granulomas?

STEP 2:  If you answered NO to all the questions above, call the office to schedule a 30min pre procedure appointment. The appointment will include consultation of the procedure, pre and post procedure review, a physical demonstration of what to expect at your first appointment.

 

Please note*  This procedure is not covered by insurance and is an out-of-pocket expense.