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Acne Scar Treatment: Part II: Finding the Best Acne Scar Treatment for You

In part I of the acne scar treatment series, you learned about what causes acne scars and the different types of acne scars. Knowing this will help you determine which acne scar treatment is best for you. Typically, treatment plans for acne scars combine multiple modalities to achieve the best results possible.

<< Part I: Different Types of Acne Scars


Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers are cosmetic injections composed of a volumizing gel. Fillers are most commonly used to fill in fine lines and wrinkles, restore age related volume loss or as lip injections. However, fillers are very effective at improving the appearance of depressed acne scars as well. By injecting the filler below the depressed acne scar, the volumizing gel plumps up the scar, bringing the depression closer to the surface. This effectively fills in and smooths out pitted acne scars, decreasing the shadowing that emphasizes this type of scarring.¹

Acne Scar Treatment with Dermal Fillers are good for all depressed acne scar but especially effective on shallow boxcar scars.

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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing is a popular acne scar treatment used in conjunction with other procedures. Laser skin resurfacing improves the appearance of pitted acne scars by stimulating the body’s natural production of collagen at the site of the scar. Newly created collagen fills in the depressed scar, smoothing undulations and plumping up depressions. Laser skin resurfacing is customizable to the patient’s needs, skin tones, and type of acne scar.

Acne Scar Treatment with Laser skin resurfacing is especially effective on shallow boxcar scars and rolling acne scars.

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Photofacial / IPL Light Therapy

Photofacials can improve the appearance of pitted acne scars using the same principles of laser skin resurfacing; penetrating the acne scar with thermal energy to stimulate the body’s own healing process for collagen production and tissue regeneration. In addition, Photofacials, also known as Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy can improve the appearance of acne marks by targeting the build-up of melanin associated with PIH. IPL therapy can also correct vascular injuries, improving the appearance of red macules related to PIE.

Acne Scar Treatment with IPL Photofacials are especially effective on pigmented acne scars, Boxcar scars and Rolling Acne Scars.

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Microneedling

Microneedling is another popular treatment for the improvement of acne scars. Like IPL Photofacials and laser skin resurfacing, Microneedling stimulates the body’s natural healing process to create more collagen.

Acne scar treatment using Microneedling is especially effective on depressed acne scars.

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Acne Medications

Prescription medications can improve the appearance of raised acne scars. Topical medications such as Hydroquinone can bleach or lighten dark macules associated with PIE. Steroids, either applied topically or injected into the scar can greatly shrink and flatten keloid acne scars.

Acne Scar Medications are especially effective on raised acne scars.


Acne Scar Treatment Near Me:

If your acne flare-ups resulted in acne scars, consider professional acne scar treatment from Santé Medical Aesthetics. Conveniently located in Southlake Texas, Santé specializes in non-invasive cosmetic treatments, including all the acne scar treatments listed above. Schedule a free consultation with the leading Acne Scar Treatment provider in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex by calling Santé Medical Aesthetics today or signing up for a free consultation below.

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