The need to have healthy skin is not only limited to important life events, it can be as random as being in bed and wondering why your skin doesn’t look as fresh as it did in the past. No matter what the time and circumstances, if you think your skin needs some tightening and get up and glow, collagen stimulation can help you achieve a radiant and youthful complexion.
Collagen stimulation, or collagen stimulation therapy, as the name suggests, is a way to enhance collagen and elastin growth in your skin. The procedure involves inducing an injury into your skin’s epidermal and dermal junction, which consequently induces the growth of new collagen.
Collagen stimulation works to improve a variety of skin problems including sun damage, wrinkles, stretch marks, and acne scarring. As opposed to other ablative treatments that cause significant damage to the epidermis, collagen stimulation is considered completely safe.
Collagen stimulation was first introduced in 1997 as an alternative to several other ‘skin-damaging’ treatments designed to promote growth. Up until this time, professionals relied on aggressive peels and lasers to alleviate skin problems.
The treatment has gained more momentum in recent years as people’s desire to have a natural and youthful appearance has seen a growing trend.
At Clear Medical, we explain to patients that compared to other interventions and anti-aging treatments, collagen stimulation can take more time to see results and is a more in-depth procedure. Collagen stimulation is designed for patients who want to make a more long-term time investment to achieve their aesthetic goals, so they can be rewarded with long-term results.
Practically, collagen stimulation treatment can be performed anywhere on your body and face. Dr. Abrishamy will guide you about the course of the treatment and the kind of collagen stimulation benefits you can enjoy.
At Clear Medical we tailor our collagen stimulation treatments to suit your specific needs. We understand the time investment in pursuing these procedures and support you on every step of your journey to a younger-looking version of you.
Discover the future of skin rejuvenation with Morpheus 8, a revolutionary technology that brings youthful, radiant skin within your reach. By combining microneedling and radiofrequency (RF) energy, Morpheus 8 targets deep layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production, and delivering impressive results. The science behind Morpheus 8 lies in its advanced technology, utilizing micro-needles to create fractional channels that promote collagen and elastin production, while controlled RF energy tightens and remodels the deeper layers of the skin, addressing skin texture, fine lines, wrinkles, and even scars.
The benefits of Morpheus 8 are numerous, including achieving a naturally youthful complexion with firmer, smoother, and plumper skin, effectively reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. The treatment is tailored precisely to individual skin concerns, allowing targeted results for improving facial contours and addressing problem areas. Additionally, Morpheus 8 boasts minimal downtime, ensuring a swift return to daily routines after the procedure. It is safe for all skin types and tones, as its unique technology bypasses the epidermis, reducing the risk of surface damage.
Radiesse is an ideal procedure if you are looking to correct facial lines and wrinkles, and is especially effective in treating nasolabial fold correction.
When you have Radiesse the procedure not only temporarily fills in facial lines and wrinkles, but also has the potential to rebuild your skin’s foundation. Typically patients report they see immediate results and say they look younger, for longer.
Radiesse works with your body, below the skin’s surface, to stimulate the production of collagen and encourage tissue regeneration.
Sculptra is an injectable filler used to restore or correct the signs of facial fat loss, also known as lipoatrophy. Sculptra can stimulate your skin to regrow its own natural collagen over time. Typically, Sculptra is more commonly used to treat the appearance of aging skin folds, hollowed cheeks, sunken eyes and indented chin surfaces.