In acne case, the injury is the result of the body’s inflammatory response to sebum bacteria and dead cells in the plugged sebaceous follicle.

Two types of true scars exist:

Depressed areas such as ice-pick scars

Skin and the tissue beneath it are damaged by outbreaks of acne because the breakouts penetrate the skin deeply. Your body tries to repair the damage by producing collagen. When too little collagen is produced, ice pick scars develop and leave behind noticeable pits or depressions in the skin.

Raised thickened tissue such as keloids.

When skin is injured, fibrous tissue caabzlled scar tissue forms over the wound to repair and protect the injury. In some cases, extra scar tissue grows, forming smooth, hard growths called keloids. Keloids can be much larger than the original wound.

The laser light is absorbed by the water in skin cells. The absorption in trun causes the instantaneous vaporization or destruction of the cell. As your physician passes the laser light over your skin, a mere 30 millionths of an inch of tissue is removed at a time. This incredible control allows yourphysician to treat only as deeply as needed, from removing Acne Scars to merely refreshing your overall skin appearance. After the damaged skin is removed, new skin quickly regrows in its place.

The level of discomfort is different for every person and also varies by the location and surface area to be treated. Many patients do not request any pain medication during treatment and relate the discomfort as comparable to a sun burn.  Other patients will appreciate a topical or more extensive anesthetic.

Depending on your specific treatment, your physician will prescribe detailed skin care avoid the risk of infection and to ensure a positive result, please follow these instruction carefully. After you have healed, you will need to continually protect your new skin. In the early weeks and months following treatment, your skin will be very susceptible to sun damage.

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