The Concise Guide to Dermal Needling by Dr. Lance Setterfield, M.D. *Expanded Edition
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Dermal needling has quickly risen in popularity and is becoming the skin rejuvenation choice for aesthetic skin care practitioners around the world. With so many many high profile modalities, such as lasers and other micro-injury techniques that can deliver less than optimal results, dermal needling is providing equivalent, and in many cases, much better results with less cost and effort.
As discussed in Dr. Lance Setterfield’s book, The Concise Guide to Dermal Needling, the key to micro-needling is the healing response that the process stimulates. Until recently, the keratinocyte, which as considered less important than the fibroblast in creating healthy skin, was abused shamelessly with a variety of ablative treatments. New research, however, suggests the humble keratinocyte is responsible for releasing several key growth factors that conduct the orchestra of cells beneath it to facilitate ideal skin rejuvenation.
In this guide, discover why dermal needling is the only rejuvenation treatment that maximizes penetration of essential cell nutrients and maximize release of growth factors associated with the positive aspects of wound healing simultaneously. Discover why dermal needling eliminates the risk of melanocyte heat injury and actually optimize cell function, making it the ideal treatment for all skin types.
This is an expanded edition of the book that challenges the conventional wisdom of prolonging the inflammatory response in rejuvenation response in rejuvenation. It includes which product ingredients to avoid and why.
The Concise Guide to Dermal Needling also provides concise information to this exceptional modality. It explains everything a practitioner needs to know about the how’s, why’s, and when’s of dermal needling. Anyone serious about understanding skin rejuvenation will find the content of this book a comprehensive source of valuable information. It is perhaps the “bible” of dermal needling and cosmetic rolling.