How Much Does Microneedling Cost In Memphis?

Do you want to reduce signs of aging and bring back youthful skin.  Microneedling skin rejuvenation may be the right choice for you.  Microneedling is a trendy procedure that can smooth and firm the skin, and restore its youthful glow. But how does it work, and how much does microneedling cost. 

What is microneedling

Microneedling also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive skin needling treatment that helps reduce visible signs of aging.   

How microneedling works

During microneedling very fine needles are used to create microscopic wounds in the skin. These wounds initiate the skin’s natural  healing process and help to stimulate the production of collagen.  The procedure also increases blood flow, and triggers the production of new dermal tissue.

There are several microneedling devices on the market, including the advanced SkinPen by Bellus Medical, which is FDA approved.    

What can microneedling treat

Microneedling can treat a variety of skin conditions including wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, stretch marks, pigmentation marks, acne scars, surgical scars, and enlarged pores.  

How Much Does Microneedling Cost in Memphis

The cost of microneedling generally depends on the area being treated, as well as the specific condition. The size of the targeted area will also impact the cost.

On average, the cost of microneedling in Memphis can range from $100 to $700 per session.   Doctors generally recommend that patients undergo a series of 4-6 treatments.  Patients are advised to schedule an in-office consultation with a board certified dermatologist, to determine the exact cost of their microneedling treatment.

Would you like to schedule a microneedling consultation.  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Memphis & Collierville, TN areas, Levy Dermatology, is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (901) 295-0183.

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