Acne & Scar Reduction (Fractional CO2)
Acne is a skin condition which affects millions of individuals from the age group of 15 to 30 years all over the world. This skin condition can not only give you a feeling of embarrassment socially but can also leave scars on the face for the rest of the life. Thus, it's important that people affected with acne get the treatment done on time. Many individuals recover from acne without any lifelong effects, whereas, some are left with damaging acne scars. Mild scarring can be treated with medications and some topical skin care products; however, to treat most acne scars, a combination of skin resurfacing treatment and surgical procedures is performed.
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Causes of Acne Scars
Similar to other scars, acne scars too occur when the dermis is damaged. They are generally, the product of lesion which is deeply inflamed. The pore then swells which leads to the breakage of the follicle wall. The lesion heals quickly, if this happens close to the surface of the skin. There are many types of scars within this category out of which ice-pick scars are small and jagged-edged. These scars generally occur on the cheeks. These scars might be shallow or deep, even soft or hard to touch. Other ones such as depressed fibrotic scars are quite large and deep having a firm base.
The next ones are atrophic macules which are generally soft and small are slightly wrinkled base. Follicular macular atrophy resembles the white soft lesions and most probably occurs on the chest. The next category is scars caused by the increased formation of tissues. Other names given to this category is keloid or hypertrophic scar. Generally, an overproduction of collagen results into the occurrence of these types of scars which also leads to a smooth, firm and irregularly shaped scar. These types of scars are usually hereditary and there's a good chance that you would have keloid if your other family members have.
Using derma roller for resurfacing to reduce acne scars effectively by creating tiny ablative zones for removing the epidermis-which there by stimulates the body’s natural process to produce new healthy tissue which results in a smooth , refreshed and a scar free skin.
Acne scar free skin
Skin tags & Wart removal
Skin-tags are the small round or long growths on the skin that commonly appear on areas like the face, next and arms. Warts are the rough, black/brown mole-like growths on the skin that are caused by a virus. They are contagious and may spread to other areas on the body by touch if not attended to.
Benefits : Immediate visible results.
It can improve facial imperfections such as fine lines around the eyes or mouth, acne scars, blotchy brown spots or sun damaged skin.
Non -ablative laser treatment uses a different type of light beam, erbium laser which penetrates deep in the skin to stimulate new collagen production. The surface skin is intact resulting in faster healing than ablative laser treatment.
Ablative laser usually is one treatment.
Duration of benefits depends on the condition being treated. Acne scar treatment results in very long term benefit. Treatment of brown spots or sun damage may last up to 5-7 years if the patient is careful with sun exposure.