Acne scars not only blemish a person’s appearance but are also a constant source of embarrassment for the sufferer. Though most of the times the scars left behind by acne fad away overtime, people want to get rid of them at the earliest. This prompts people seek various Acne Scar Treatment, and luckily there is a wide range of cosmetic procedures available to help people get rid of unsightly acne scars. These include chemical peeling, microdermabrasion, dermal fillers and laser skin resurfacing, with the latter being the most effective and most demanded of all.

Laser skin resurfacing, as the name suggests, uses high intensity laser beams to gently remove the outermost damaged skin layer and reveal fresh, smooth skin underneath. Advancement in technology has greatly enhanced lasers’ ability to treat even deepest scars. Today, a wide variety of laser beams is available to remove scars from any part of the body, including face, neck, chest, back, arms and legs. Earlier ablative lasers, like carbon dioxide lasers, were used for effectively eliminating acne scars, but they involved recovery time of several months. This prompted the researchers to look for some non-invasive laser technology that is equally effective, and they ended up developing Fractional CO2 Lasers.

Fractional CO2 lasers combine the traditional carbon dioxide lasers with a latest technology that uses the laser beams in a fractionated way to cause tiny wounds in the scar tissues. This not only triggers healing process but also puts the collagen regeneration on fast forward. Unlike carbon dioxide lasers, Fractional CO2 lasers do not cause damage to the epidermis and the surrounding tissues, thus enhancing the efficacy of lasers while minimizing the recovery time.

Multiple sessions of laser therapy may be required to achieve desired results. It is pertinent to mention here that following the pre and post-procedure instructions of your dermatologist is crucial if you want to avoid any unwanted side effects. Your doctor will prescribe you skin lightening creams to be applied prior to the procedure and skin moisturizers to be applied generously on the treated areas after the procedure. Apply these creams and lotions as prescribed by your dermatologist.

Laser Skin Care also offers Fractional CO2 Lasers for acne scars. If you have any questions, fill our free online consultation form and get expert advice.