Sunday, 20 September 2015
Part 23 Q: How do you use cosmetic procedure to combat the following common ageing concerns?
We treat most acne scarring with microdermabrasion, lasers or a peel. When scarring is too deep for these treatments to work, we fill the scarring with hyaluronic acid. If a patient has deep or big areas with scarring, they can respond really well to dermal fillers. Patients with finer acne scars can see results from our treatment in as little as one visit, while more sever scarring will need to be treated broadly a couple of times, then we target any problem areas after that. The way our acne treatments erase scars is by flattening the skin around it so the acne scarring disappears.
The best thing for acne is to treat it while you’re a teenager. And thanks to advances in technology, we can now do that. Teen acne can be treated with blue and green wave length lasers that can shrink the glands. This treatment should be complimented with really good skincare products. If all else fails, go onto Roaccutane. But that should be your last resort.