Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Acne scar......Which type of acne scar, U have..,
Is it Atrophic or Hypertrophic...,
According only we can give treatment...,
For Scar reduction....
so many procedures are available..,
2) Chemical peels
3) Laser...here 2 types...
A ) ABLATIVE LASERS.. literally remove the outer layers of the skin, burning away scar tissue and stimulating the dermal collagen to tighten, reducing the amount of scar visibility. The ultrapulsed carbon dioxide laser
and erbium YAG laser are most frequently used in laser resurfacing.
B) NON-ABLATIVE LASERS.. trigger changes within the dermis without injuring the epidermis. They are the "lunchtime" form of laser therapy. Smoothbeam is the newest FDA approved laser for this treatment. Smoothbeam targets and heats the sebaceous gland
, helping reduce sebum and acne formation. Heating the collagen helps tighten the dermis, resulting in less visible scarring.,
C) .Another option is the yellow pulse dye laser. The yellow light laser also helps treat keloidal scars, flattening and reducing redness as well as helping control itching of the raised scar.
4) So consult good dermatologist
..he can guide U ... ok...good luck