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Acne Scar Treatment with Dermal fillers

Im often told by people who suffer with Acne Scars that they never want to go on holiday because of their scars.  I think thats sad and we should never let these things effect us.  But I do understand that it can affect you, it must be terrible.  Thats why I spent time with a leading Dermal Fillers expert in Liverpool to find out more.

As you may know, acne can vary from quite mild to extremely severe. It is the severe acne such as pustules and deeper cysts that result to scarring if the condition is not cared for properly. The acne scars may be evident for a lifetime, so as much as possible you should do something that will prevent an acne scar from forming.

Below is a list of the most popular acne scar treatment methods that can be used to care for acne and prevent the formation of acne scars. These are just a few of the well-known acne scar treatment methods used by some medical professionals today.

Subcutaneous Incision

This acne treatment method is typically to treat rolling scars, a type of acne scars characterized by a rolling and undulating surface. The Subcutaneous Incision is applied for the purpose of breaking up the fibr

us bands that cause the skin to roll or appear undulated. In the process of this acne scar treatment, a local anesthesia is usually inserted under the skin with a special beveled needle that remains parallel to the surface of the skin. The needle is then applied to gently cut the fibrous bands, which is done with a piston-like movement. With this acne scar treatment method, however, it is noted that bruising may occur, but will fade in about a week.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are but another acne scar treatment that can be used to remove and prevent acne scars from developing. Dermal fillers like fat, collagen, hyaluronic acid derivatives, as well as polytheyl-methacrylate microspheres with collagen can be infused into the acne scars in order to raise the surface of the skin and give a smoother look and texture. However, the injection of this acne scar treatment does not always permanently repair and correct acne scars. Just note that the results are just temporary, thus further injections are required.

Laser Surfacing

Laser surfacing is actually one of the most popular acne scar treatments ever developed to cure not just acne but some other skin disorders. This acne scar treatment method has basically different forms, but two of the most well-known are the Carbon dioxide and YAG lasers. In the acne scar treatment process, the top layer of the skin is basically burned to a precise depth using the controlled beam of a laser. It is noted that the skin then heals itself by means of restoring the lost skin with a new skin. Many acne patients have acclaimed this acne scar treatment method for its great potency to heal and repair acne scars, even those that are caused by severe acne.

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