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More invasive treatments for acne scarring

More invasive treatments for acne scarring

Treatments for acne scarring range from non-invasive, then moderately invasive, then much more invasive – but with better results. Each of you has your own needs when it comes to downtime and expense.

Natural Collagenesis (Roller Cit)
This treatment is a  roller with  very fine needles that creates multiple pin-holes. This skin injury causes the skin cells to produce more collagen, improving acne scarring. The skin settles after 5-10 days.
Read more about Roller Cit.

Subcision, Punch Excision, Punch Elevation and Punch Grafting
These treatments are often used together and in conjunction with other acne removal treatments, when acne scars leave depressions in  the skin. All three treatments elevate depressions and undamaged skin can usually be used to repair the area.
Read more about this sort of treatment.

Laser resurfacing
Laser resurfacing can be performed on the full face, or only on the areas that have acne scarring. Treatment diminishes scarring, wrinkling and pigmentation of the aged and sun-damaged skin and helps to blend all areas. We use the UltraPulse CO2 laser and  the Asclepion Fractional Erbium lasers or full-thickness skin resurfacing.
Read more about laser resurfacing for acne scarring. 

Want to get rid of your acne scarring?
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