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Acne scars :-

  • Atrophic scars: Indented scars that appear as depressions in the skin, often referred to as "ice pick," "rolling," or "boxcar" scars.

  • Hypertrophic scars: Raised scars that develop above the skin's surface.

  • Keloid scars: Large, irregular raised scars extending beyond the original boundaries of the acne lesion.

Treatment Options for Acne scars :-


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This minimally invasive treatment involves creating controlled micro-injuries in the skin, triggering the body's healing response and stimulating collagen production. This process encourages skin regeneration, improving scar texture and appearance.

Injected fillers can be used to fill in and elevate depressed acne scars, creating a smoother and more even skin surface.

Dermal Fillers

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Laser resurfacing

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Erbium glass Fractional lasers create microscopic columns of injured tissue, promoting collagen production and improving scar texture, while ablative lasers remove a thin layer of the skin, promoting smoother regeneration.

Targeted chemical peels can address superficial acne scars by exfoliating the top layer of skin and encouraging new cell growth, resulting in a smoother texture.

Chemical peels

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