I don’t know anything about Acne Scarring but I know my Acne is ‘OUT OF CONTROL’, what do I do?

I don’t know anything about Acne Scarring but I know my Acne is ‘OUT OF CONTROL’, what do I do?

First up, What is Acne?

Acne is the most prevalent skin problem that clinicians encounter. It happens when dead skin cells clog pores, causing an accumulation of sebum, an oily material generated by oil glands.

So, what is Acne Scarring?

Even mild acne can leave scars, but the more severe (cystic) acne is linked to a higher risk of scarring. Those with severe acne, those who have had acne for a long time, those who have a family history of acne scarring, and those who squeeze or manipulate their acne patches are at the most risk of scarring.

Acne outbreaks damage the skin and the tissue beneath it when they penetrate deeply. The body attempts to repair the damage when the acne clears.

A scar appears when the body generates too little or too much collagen.

Collagen is a substance that offers the skin stability and is produced by the body during the healing process. 

The form of scar you get is determined by how much collagen your body produces.

What types of Acne Scar could I have?

It could be, 

Depressed acne scars: When the body creates too little collagen, depressions or pits appear on the skin as it heals.

Raised acne scars: When the body tries to mend the skin and underlying tissue, it might produce too much collagen. A person will have a raised acne scar as a result of this. People with darker skin, such as African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians, are more likely to get this form of acne scar.

What acne treatments are best for me?
That depends on a number of things, including your age, gender, the severity of your acne, and how long you’ve had it. There are a number of options available to you.

At derma skin institute, we are excited to be able to offer the most comprehensive array of acne scar treatments, not just in our area, but in the world. From regular micro needling to radiofrequency assisted plasma ( RF pixel ) and radiofrequency microneedling (Morpheus8), to laser resurfacing with both non-ablative and ablative lasers (Erbium Yag and Co2) derma skin institute has you covered for skin resurfacing.

Dr. Sajic is a leader in laser technology and anti-aging treatments. He has given numerous seminars to other physicians about his techniques in laser resurfacing, skin rejuvenation, botox, dermal filler. From (juvederm, restylane and belotero) all over the world. Combining world class technology with expertise will ensure.

Check this out for more information on Acne Scarring: dermaskininstitute.com/acne-scarring-treatment/

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