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How Much Does Microneedling Cost?

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Admit it: You’ve heard about microneedling, and you’re definitely intrigued by this innovative new treatment.

Maybe you learned about microneedling while watching “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”. Or maybe a friend told you about the skin-rejuvenating powers of a microneedling treatment. Regardless, when it comes to microneedling, you’ve got one question:

“How much does microneedling cost?”

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*Individual results may vary

How Much Does Microneedling Cost?

According to Healthline.com, a single microneedling treatment can cost anywhere between $100 to $700

Most microneedling clients need anywhere from two to five treatments (spaced four to six weeks apart) to see their ideal results.

What Factors Affect My Microneedling Costs?

There’s a wide range between microneedling costs, and for good reason – there are a lot of factors that can affect that final price tag. These factors include:

  • The size of the area being treated
  • How well your skin responds to treatments
  • The number of microneedling treatments you need to see results
  • The cost-of-living index where your microneedling treatments are being performed
  • If there are any additional components being added to your treatment (like microneedling with PRP)
  • If there are any specials or discounts running at the time
  • And more

Here at Twin Ports Dermatology, we offer both single-session microneedling treatments and package deals for patients who are interested in a full treatment regimen.


Is Microneedling a Good Choice for Me?

Microneedling is a good choice for you if you’re unhappy with the appearance of your skin for any of the following reasons:
  • You have stubborn wrinkles and fine lines
  • You have hyperpigmentation that won’t fade
  • You have signs of sun damage
  • You have older acne scars that haven’t faded over time
  • Your skin texture is uneven
  • And more
Microneedling treatments can be performed on areas like the face and decolletage. You won’t need to take time off, but you should expect some minor bleeding, swelling, and tenderness at the treatment site.


*individual results may vary


Take the Next Step 

Want to learn more about microneedling ? Schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable RN Injection Specialists at Twin Ports Dermatology in   Duluth, MN. You can also call our office directly to schedule – (218) 302-1000.

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