Your options for Acne & Scar Treatment are:

  • CO2 laser resurfacing
  • Sublative rejuvenation
  • Microneedling with optional PRP
  • Chemical Peels and TCA CROSS
  • Dermal fillers
  • Subcision
How You Can Benefit from Acne & Scar Treatment:
  1. Smoother Looking Skin
  2. Safe for All Skin Types
  3. Resolve Deep Scarring and Pitting
  4. Ideal for All Scar Types, No More Scars!
What Treatment is Right For Me?

Your treatment will depend on the type (s) of acne scars you have. Our specialist will examine your skin and develop a personalized plan during your consultation. Most treatments will require multiple sessions for best results. An exception to this rule is a more aggressive fractional CO2 treatment, which can produce an optimal result from a single appointment.

Operation Information
Ice Pick Scars
TCA CROSS is a basic treatment that has become the go-to way to improve ice pick scars. It basically involves taking a toothpick, dipping it in a high concentration of trichloroacetic acid (TCA), and placing it at the base of each scar. An inflammatory reaction in the skin then helps fill in the depression with new collagen fibers. CROSS means the “chemical reconstruction of skin scars”.
Rolling Scars
Although rolling scars can be difficult to treat, subcision is usually the best first step. PRP during the subcision process can further improve the scar. From there, laser treatments, microneedling, and other options can be used to improve and repair the uneven texture of the skin. The fillers can also help elevate depressed scar tissue. When given to the base of the scar, fillers add volume and rejuvenate the area.
Boxcar Scars
TCA CROSS can help with deep Boxcar Scars scars. For larger scars, fractional CO2 laser is usually the way to go. Sublative rejuvenation is also an effective treatment for large Boxcar Scars.

Duration:
15-30 minutes
Incision Location:
Face, or wherever acne scars are present.
Recovery Period:
3 to 8 days
Anesthesia:
Most people do not need any anesthetic.

Frequently Asked Questions

If your skin condition caused red or brown spots, IPL treatments will help. Vascular lasers also can be effective.

If you’re following up with CO2 laser treatments to deal with your acne scars, you’ll also see your pigmentation considerations improve. However, CO2 lasers don’t seem to be typically suggested if PIH is your sole issue.

If needed, your specialist applies a chemical solution to the connective tissue to get rid of the highest layer of skin and minimize the looks of deeper scars. you’ll be able to repeat gentle and medium peels to keep up results. you’ll be able to have just one deep peel. Potential side effects embody changes in skin color, particularly with deep peels used on dark skin.

Questions?

Have any questions about the treatments to remove acne & scars? Schedule your FREE consultation with us today by calling (479) 333-1933. Read on below to find the answers to our most frequently asked questions.

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