Micro Needle Pen
- Precise needle depth
- Small diameter to treat hard to reach areas
- Sterile, single use, disposable
- No cross contamination risk
- Vertical stamping reduces trauma
- Unnecessary skin trauma
- Cross contamination risk
- Difficult to use at exact depth
- Unable to treat small areas
- Cleaning, storage & needle damage
Derma Roller Clinical Comparison
A Study at an Australian medical conference used microneedle pen technology and compared it to a derma roller for the treatment of acne scars. The patients previously had at least one derma roller treatment and the post needling erythema and/or edema lasted approximately four days. The micro-wounds created by the derma roller were quite painful and much more traumatic to the skin.
The users of the microneedle pen found it easy to operate and objective clinical evaluation via digital scan technology showed a greater reduction of scar depth. In addition, patients found the micro needle pen treatment to be less painful, shorter downtime and better outcomes.
Derma Roller Variability Between Operators
The nature of a rolling drum requires the operator to apply a small amount of pressure to ensure needle penetration. The problem is depth inconsistency. The pressure can never be the same between individual users or between individual treatments by the same operator. This can be an issue because the theory of microneedling therapy is a matter of microscopic differences in depth of needle penetration.
Treatments with the MD Needle micro needling pen will give precise depths no matter who the user is or when the treatment is performed.