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What is acne scarring and how can you treat it?

Acne scars are usually the result of inflamed blemishes caused by skin pores engorged with excess oil, dead skin cells and bacteria. The pore swells, causing a break in the follicle wall. Shallow lesions are usually minor and heal quickly. But if there is a deep break in the wall of the pore, infected material can spill out into surrounding tissue, creating deeper lesions. The skin attempts to repair these lesions by forming new collagen fibres. These repairs usually aren’t as smooth and flawless as the original skin.

Things to help reduce acne scarring, one of the major causes of heavy acne scarring is when the individual picks at the scar especially with unwashed fingers and nails where  bacteria can increase the risk of cysts forming.

Can Acne Scars be removed?

Indeed Acne scarring can be reduced and removed, the technology is safe and extremely effective and has helped people rebuild their lives and certainly increase their confidence, improved appearance, and enhanced self esteem

Before rushing ahead to get your Acne scars removed though it’s always good to ask questions to ensure you have peace of m,ind, below are a few to get your started.

  • Which acne scar procedure is the correct one for me?
  • (What are the options?) What is the estimated cost of the procedure?
  • How long is one appointment?
  • How often will I need to receive treatment to remove my acne scars?
  • How far apart are the treatments?
  • What are the common side effects or complications associated with the procedure?
  • How can I prepare for the treatment/procedure?
  • Does acne scar removal hurt?
  • What are my pain management and anesthesia options?
  • How long is the recovery time associated with my procedure?
  • Do you have before-and-after patient images to help to prepare me for what to expect?
  • Will someone walk me through the process before going in for treatment?
  • What are the risks?
  • What should I expect after the procedure is performed? (i.e., short-term and long-term effects; activity restrictions; expected recovery period)

For a free consultation feel free to contact us and we would be more than happy to help.

 

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