Derma Roller Microneedling

Dermarollers - Micro-needling

A dermaroller is a device that contains a cylindrical roller with over 190 small thin needles approximately 1.5mm in length. When rolled over the skin these penetrate the top layer which triggers an exfoliation process of the skin cells and also stimulates the production of collagen.

This is extremely useful for conditions such as scars, stretch marks, cellutlite and general skin rejuvenation. It is a natural method with no medications and has very little downtime.

Will it be painful to have the procedure?

Here at Dermadoc we ensure all our patients undergo a smooth treatment. We use a topical anaesthetic cream before starting the procedure to make it as pain-free as possible.

The procedure also doesn’t damage the skin itself or leave any permanent marks.

What are the side effects of Dermaroller?

Side effects are rare however most patients experience some redness and swelling which tends to subside over 24hrs allowing you to get back to work and daily activities.
Some precautions after treatment such as wearing SPF50 sunblock are usually recommended by your doctor. 

What skin conditions can a Dermaroller treat?

Dermarollers are designed to treat a wide range of skin conditions. These are outlined below however we always advise to get an expert opinion from one of our doctors before going ahead with any treatment.

How long before I can expect results and how many sessions are needed?

Results tend to show between 1-3 months.  As a general guide 2-4 sessions of dermaroller are required to achieve good results and these are usually spaced 4 weeks apart.

How long does the procedure take?

We ask our patients to allow 45 minutes for their dermaroller treatment as applying the anaesthetic takes most of the time. The dermaroller process takes only 15 minutes.

How can I book an appointment for Dermal Filler treatment?

For a FREE Consultation and Appointment at Dermadoc Cosmetic Clinic:

Call us: 0207 183 1921
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Our clinics are located in:  London Hammersmith, London Harley Street, Manchester and Brighton.

The contents on this site is for information only, and is not meant to substitute the advice of your own physician or other medical professional.

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