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John Santoliquido

Reduce Costs with a New Micro Needle Pen

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“We wanted to offer customers a medical grade microneedle device without the high startup costs for the pen or exorbitant fees for disposable needle cartridges,” said John Santoliquido, CEO at MD Needle Pen. We also wanted to give customers all the tools to become a successful provider of micro needling so we created the MD Needle Pen Success Portal.

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Microneedling For Hair Loss

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Micro Needling or Collagen Induction Therapy as it also is called, is done with a small hand held devise that makes tiny controlled punctures called a micro-wounds, or channels. These micro-wounds trigger the bodies healing process to produce new collagen and elastin within the dermis, (lower layer of the skin). Also new capillaries are formed for improved blood supply.

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Shriners Hospital to Use Micro Needle Pen to Treat Burn Scars

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Many patients have already benefited from using the MD Needle Pen. Dr. Au stated “We decided to try the MD Needle Pen to treat hypertrophic burn scars for some of the children we see. The MD Needle Pen worked perfectly and the procedure markedly improved the texture of the skin even after a single procedure. Promising change without the downtime of fractional CO2 is a perfect solution for scars, especially for those children that do not live in close proximity to the hospital”

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Can Micro Needling Help to Treat Pigmentation?

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There are many procedures available to treat pigmentation issues. Microneedling, IPL, Laser Genesis and Fractional CO2 Laser, in conjunction with chemical peels and home care products can tackle this problem. We will discuss if micro needling can help with hyper and hypo-pigmentation and how best to treat.

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Dermapen vs MD Needle Pen

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MicroNeedling or Collage Induction Therapy as it also is called, is done with a small hand held devise that makes tiny controlled punctures called a micro-wounds, or channels. These micro-wounds trigger the bodies healing process to produce new collagen and elastin within the dermis, (lower layer of the skin). Also new capillaries are formed for improved blood supply.

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