Those who are living with acne scars can understand what a nuisance they can be. Not only can they be hard to camouflage with makeup, they can also make going makeup-less a stressful situation. While acne scars often pop up during the teen years when acne is at its peak, they can also appear anytime a particularly deep pustule occurs. If you are tired of living with acne scars and wish to lessen, or even eliminate them, read on for some tips on which treatments can help.
How to Treat Acne Scars
When it comes to acne scars, the type of treatment depends on the type of scarring present. Many people do not know that there are many different types of acne scars, including ice pick, boxcar, rolling, and keloids scars.
At our office, we determine the most appropriate treatment for a scar by breaking it down by its main features. By considering the scar’s color, texture, and whether it is raised or depressed can help in choosing the best treatment option.
There are an array of acne scarring treatment options available, including microdermabrasion, chemical Peels, collagen induction therapy, injectable fillers, pulsed dye laser, laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, and surgical excision. Many of these treatments stimulate the production of collagen in the skin to help create new healthy skin cells. These skin cells can help to refresh the skin, filling in acne scars or creating a smoother complexion.
If you are tired of living with acne scars and are interested in learning more about the many acne treatment options available at our Connecticut office, contact us today. Your first step towards a more confident you entails scheduling a consultation at 860-404-6133.