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Best Acne Scar Treatments to Get Clear Skin

Acne scars can cause a lot of grief for some people. They can result in angry red blemishes on your face, cheeks, back, and shoulders. Acne scars are stubborn by nature and they refuse to fade away easily. Too many visible scars on your face can make you feel undesirable or underconfident. At Saraswat Hospital in Agra, we offer advanced acne scar treatment with personalised effects for each patient. We have AAAM-certified cosmetologists who perform skin analysis on each patient before suggesting the course of treatment.

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Below, we look at some of the most popular options for acne scar treatment.

Fractional CO2 Laser

The Fractional CO2 Laser method is a minimally invasive and painless procedure that visibly reduces acne scars. The laser microbeams target the intended area of the skin. It creates tiny wounds on the uppermost layer of the skin. This triggers the body to produce more amounts of collagen and epithelium, which helps fasten up the healing process of the skin.

As the skin heals naturally, a new layer of skin emerges in its place. This process is known as laser skin resurfacing. This new layer of skin has visibly lessened acne scars. Previous marks and blemishes on the skin look faded. You get healthier-looking skin with a radiant and youthful glow. This significantly reduces your acne scars without any pain or discomfort.

CO2 Laser

The CO2 Laser treatment is comparatively more invasive than Fractional CO2 laser. Cosmetologists use it for dealing with severe cases of acne scarring, heavy wrinkles, and extensive sun damage. In this method, the laser beams go deeper into the skin and the collagen shrinks in a very specific way. The CO2 laser treatment is only eligible for people in the 40 to 70 age group.

Subcision with Derma rollers/Derma pen

This is a time-tested method for acne scar treatment. When the acne is in its eruption stage, deep fibrous bands get created between the acne base and its underlying dermal tissues. In a subcision procedure, these bands are broken using a specialised needle like the derma pen or a derma roller. Once the fibrous bands get broken, a haematoma forms which elevates the base of the acne scar. New fibrous tissues get built and they shallow the acne pits permanently. Derma pens or Derma rollers are also used to create tiny microscopic on the skin. This triggers collagen production, which in turn, quickens the healing process as well as rejuvenates the skin.

Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is another effective treatment to fight against stubborn acne scars. The skin specialist uses a high-speed rotating device such as a rapidly spinning brush to peel off the outermost layer of the skin. When the upper layer of the skin goes missing, it eliminates the surface-level scars and marks. The deeper level scars become less visible. The removal of the skin triggers increased collagen production. This helps with quicker healing and a new layer of skin resurfaces. Cosmetologists choose dermabrasion to mostly treat severe cases of acne scars.

Conclusion

Acne scars can be very difficult to get rid of. They do not go away easily and are notorious for their stubborn nature. At Saraswat Hospital, we provide you with personalised treatments for your acne scar problems. Our chief cosmetologist, Dr. Preeti Saraswat holds the prestigious certification from the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM). She has over 19 years of experience and specialises in facial rejuvenation treatments.

For consultation feel free to get in touch with the experts today. Dial +91-9690039999 / +91-9258386320 or send an email to saraswathospitalagra@gmail.com.

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