Histological benefits of microdermabrasion have integrated fibroblast
stimulation and new dermal collagen deposition. Initial benefits
of microdermabrasion comprise epidermal thickening and renovation
of the stratum corneum. After repeated use, benefits of microdermabrasion
produce thickening of the papillary dermis with better deposition
of collagen and elastin, and a raise in fibroblasts take place.
In addition to further benefits of microdermabrasion, an inflammatory
reaction involving microcirculatory alteration in the reticular
dermis is manifested after microdermabrasion.
The effectiveness and the benefits of microdermabrasion stay
a very much discussed subject among dermatologic surgeons. In
spite of the growing application of microdermabrasion among dermatologists,
plastic surgeons, and estheticians, a small number of properly
designed and directed studies have been published on the subject
of the efficiency, security and benefits of microdermabrasion.
A large amount of studies have concerned reduced groups of patients.
Irrespective of the restrictions and debates related to exploratory
studies, there are significant apparent benefits of microdermabrasion
among patients going through this procedure.
From the diversity of studies reported by several researchers,
in patients with photodamage, there have been major benefits of
microdermabrasion in roughness, spotty pigmentation, and general
skin appearance. Furthermore, good to excellent improvement benefits
of microdermabrasion have been detected in oily skin, enlarged
pores, thin wrinkles, and thick skin. Other benefits of microdermabrasion
have also been noticed, straight away after treatment, such as
that skin temperature improved and sebum content diminished.
In general terms regarding benefits of microdermabrasion, it
presents practically no side effects, with a high extent of patient
fulfillment. Since it is a nonsurgical, secure, and effective
procedure, there is no “downtime”, one of the most appreciated
benefits of microdermabrasion. The patient notices instant recovery
in tone, skin texture, and pigmentation, giving the skin an overall
fresh, healthy-looking glow.
Within other benefits of microdermabrasion, because microdermabrasion
is a nonsurgical procedure, anesthesia is not necessary, allowing
those who undergo the process to take up again their normal, daily
activities without delay, and requiring no time off work.
One of the further benefits of microdermabrasion is that it can
be practiced on all types of skin as well as all skin colors.
Moreover, it works splendidly on patients whose skin is sensitive
to chemical procedures. In addition to these benefits of microdermabrasion,
it has been established that individuals who have good skin tone
and elasticity act better in response.