Wound healing response and Microneedling
The wound healing response is the biological repair action that occurs within the skin after deep trauma. The process is commonly categorized by 3 functions:
The pinpoint bleeding of created during the treatment creates the addition of Hemorrhage/hemostasis as a starting point. As Microneedling is non-thermolytic and non-ablative it ensures controlled wound heling stimulation fibroblast division and the deposition of tightly woven collagen fibers.
Stage 1 -inflammation
When tissue is first wounded, blood comes in contact with collagen, triggering blood platelets to begin secreting inflammatory factors. Fibrin and Fibronectin cross link together and form a plug that traps protein and particles
Stage 2 – proliferative phase
2-3 days after the wound occurs, fibroblasts begin to enter the wound site and begin the healing process
Stage 3 – Remodeling Phase
When the levels of collagen production equalize, the remodeling phase of tissue repair begins.