Dermapen in Biloxi, MS

To exfoliate the surface of the skin and smooth the complexion, a dermal pen is a non-invasive skin treatment to diminish the signs of aging. Michael Diaz, M.D., F.A.C.S., a board-certified plastic surgeon, performs treatments with a dermal pen microneedling device on people living in and around Southern Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama who want a refreshed and youthful appearance.

Dermapen in Biloxi, MS

What is a Dermal Pen?

A dermal pen is a micro-needling device developed to reduce and eliminate the signs of aging, and rejuvenate the skin’s appearance. Microneedling is a skin rejuvenating technique that boosts collagen production and creates a revitalized appearance by stimulating the body’s repair process using tiny micro-injuries on the surface of the skin.

The Best Candidates for a Dermal Pen

Dermal pen candidates want to rejuvenate their facial skin to look younger. They may have fine lines and wrinkles as well as sagging skin that has lost its elasticity. Other skin imperfections treated with a dermal pen include acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and hypopigmentation.

Planning for Your Dermal Pen Treatment

Prior to having a dermal pen treatment, we recommend you have a consultation with Dr. Diaz so that he can evaluate your skin imperfections and determine whether the dermal pen microneedling device or another skin rejuvenation treatment is the best option to achieve your aesthetic goals.

Dermal Pen Treatment

With the dermal pen, tiny micro-punctures are created in the skin to stimulate collagen production and force the body to go into healing mode. When this happens, the body sends collagen to the “injuries”, adding volume and elasticity to the skin.

After Your Dermal Pen Treatment

Immediately following your dermal pen treatment, you may return to normal activities. You may want to avoid any strenuous activities to allow the healing process to begin. There may be some slight redness for a few days.

How Much Does Dermal Pen Procedures Cost?

The cost of dermal pen treatments varies depending on the skin imperfection being treated, the extent of that imperfection and how many treatments are needed. We can go over the cost with you during your consultation as well as financing options. We accept cash, personal checks, and credit cards as well as offer financing through CareCredit®.

Your New Look

Once the redness diminishes, the results start to become visible and continue to improve for a few months following treatments.

If you live in or around Southern Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama, and are looking for a board-certified plastic surgeon that performs dermal pen treatments on people who want to reduce or erase the appearance of signs of aging, contact Michael Diaz, M.D., F.A.C.S. in Biloxi, MS, today to set up an appointment.