Numerous conditions can lead to the development of scars, keloids, and lesions. Whether it’s a wound, discomfort, or the aftereffect of surgery. Regardless of age, ethnicity, or gender, acne scars are a fairly prevalent type of scarring that affects individuals.
How well a scar can be removed depends a lot on where it is on your body and how much correction is required. These variables may affect both the number of treatments and the type of therapy.
In order to determine whether you need scar removal, it is important to consider the location, type, and degree of repair required. The most popular type of treatment is usually laser therapy because it gives patients a non-invasive way to get rid of scarring without any negative side effects or recovery time.
- kin Removal Surgery or Skin Grafting: Only the most severe situations call for these procedures, I n cases where patients need a much more drastic level of repair. Scar tissue is removed during surgery so that the body can mend and renew on its own. The skin is taken from one place and moved to another during skin grafting or punch grafting.
- Chemical Peels or Solutions: The application of chemical solutions to the skin and face. The skin’s outer layers will be burned away, allowing newer layers of skin to grow in their place.
- Microdermabrasion: Using micro-crystals, we exfoliate the skin. Duffing away superficial surface scarring, and allowing new, fresh skin cells to grow in its place.
- Dermal Fillers: For facial scarring injectable solutions can fill lost facial volume and when injected into a scar site they tend to help reduce their appearance. Again, this works best for minor facial scarring.
- Laser Skin Resurfacing: The most method of scar removal at our practice. Works the best on the most vast number of facial and body scars, often regardless of size. In most cases depending on how “bad” the scar may be a number of treatments may be required.