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While enlarged pores are not harmful, they can be both unsightly and bothersome. Causes range from a depletion of collagen and elastin, resulting in dull and uneven skin, to excessive sebum production and clogged pores due to hardened sebum.

Our dermatology team introduces microneedling as an effective and enduring treatment to diminish the appearance of enlarged pores. This non-surgical process induces micro-injuries in targeted areas, stimulating your skin’s natural wound healing response. Consequently, new collagen and elastin are produced, creating the illusion of tighter skin and smaller pores. (Did the pores actually change in size? No, but by enhancing skin tightness, pores can revert to their more confined, normal state!)

Microneedling typically entails a series of treatments over three to six months for optimal results. We will assess your skin's condition and thoroughly explain your treatment options during the initial consultation.

Skin Issues Addressed by Microneedling

Microneedling stands as a versatile solution for various skin blemishes and imperfections. By boosting collagen and elastin production, this rejuvenating procedure enhances skin texture and laxity. Common cosmetic concerns effectively addressed by microneedling include:

  • Enlarged pores
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine lines
  • Acne scars
  • Uneven skin tones
  • Uneven skin textures
  • Stretch marks
  • Lost skin elasticity
  • Sunspots and hyperpigmentation

Microneedling for enlarged pores stands out as one of the primary applications of this procedure. Notably, microneedling comes with minimal side effects compared to some alternative treatments. We will discuss potential risks and address your queries during the consultation.

Microneedling Candidacy Criteria

In general, you may be an ideal candidate for microneedling if you:

  • Desire a non-invasive treatment option
  • Have realistic expectations for your outcome
  • Can commit to a series of treatments over a three-to-six-month period
  • Do not currently have an infection in the treatment area
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