Dermapen skin needling
Dermapen skin needling from $215 per area
The Dermapen is recognized as the Gold Standard in micro needling technology. With 7,000 Dermapen Clinics and 30+ distributors throughout the world, The Dermapen has taken on a life and an identity of its own. Thanks to consistently positive real-world results, the Dermapen has won multiple awards and has become one of the most trusted names in the medical aesthetics industry.
The Dermapen 3 uses 12 micro-sized 33-gauge needles to stimulate the dermis faster than manual MTS. Electronically powered needles vertically pierce the skin to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce damage. The spring-loaded Dermapen needle tip uses an automated, stamp-like action, that enhances the absorption of topical solutions used during treatment and afterwards.
The penetration depth of the needles can be adjusted directly on the device, so there is no need to change the tip in order to treat areas that require deeper or more superficial treatments. The area of the tip which comes in direct contact with the skin is about 1 centimeter in diameter, which makes it easy to treat hard to reach areas inaccessible to dermal rollers.
All Dermapen™ needle cartridges are:
- single packed
- single use
- sterile (using Gamma ray radiation)
- spring loaded
- surgical grade stainless steel needles (33 gauge)
Q: How are the needle tips sterilized?
A:To ensure safety we use only the most advanced sterilization procedures and packaging materials. Currently, we are using gamma ray radiation to sterilize the needle cartridges. This method gives 3 to 5 years of guaranteed sterility from date of manufacture.
Q: How many times can each needle tip be re-used?
A:Dermapen™’s sterile needle tips are designed to be disposable and are for single-use only, to prevent cross-contamination and infection. The needle tips cannot be properly sterilized after use due to the materials used in their construction. We strongly recommend against re-using needle tip cartridges, as patient safety is of paramount importance. Dermapen™’s design permits the user to change the needle tip cartridge after each treatment. A low consumable cost of the needle tips, combined with little to no downtime for the patient, makes Dermapen™ an ideal solution.
Q: Does the tip need to be changed if several areas on a patient’s body are being treated within the same session?
A:There are no safety concerns in the situation described above when the sterility protocol is followed properly, however, there are some other factors that need to be considered. One of them is the severity of the condition being treated. While the needles do retain their sharpness for the entirety of a generic Dermapen™ Treatment and beyond, a practitioner may want to use a new tip if particularly thick scar tissue spanning over a large area is being treated. In most cases, this is not necessary.
Another issue is the use of TLA when treating several large areas. As a general rule, TLA should not be applied to a composite area of an A4 sheet of paper during any single treatment. If a larger area, such as the back, needs to be treated and TLA application is necessary, it is recommended to break the area up and treat it over several sessions.