You are probably here searching for treatment of acne scar. Now envision that you are having beautiful and smooth skin, free of acne scars. Don’t think of it as a dream; it can be a reality. The good news is that laser treatment has simplified with innovations and now the process has simplified for treatment of several types of scars, including acne scars. Laser treatment has come out as the easy option for non-invasive scar removal, including for Iceprick Scars and Hypertrophic Scars.
The advancement in laser scar treatment produces superb results without causing much discomfort or pain and free of invasive process or surgery. It involves the simple use of laser technology to bring down the appearance of the scars devoid of damaging the nearby skin. At the end of simple treatment sessions, scars become much less noticeable and the skin coming out more beautiful, smoother and attractive.
Dr. Shumaila considers laser treatment of acne scars as “the pragmatic approach to getting rid of scars.”
“Laser treatment can make acne scars a thing of the past, making you appear at your best and boosting your self-confidence and consequently your success in life,” says Dr. Shumaila.
– Because it is fast, non-surgical method
– It involves little or no downtime at all
– It is very simple
– It causes very little pain or discomfort
– It gives excellent results
Unlike invasive approaches to treat acne scars, laser treatment involves the use of short pulses of laser light to outstretch powerfully into the sub-layers of the skin where it treats the underpinning construction. Afterwards, the human body’s immune system trashes out the older, impaired tissues and replaces them with new and fresh collagen and elastin.
Laser treatment is also used to treat Ice Pick Scars and Hypertrophic Scars. If you are having tiny, but deep holes on your skin that appears like the surface has been pricked with a whetted object, you might be having ice pick scars. But do not fear, because Dr. Shumaila can successfully treat your ice pick scars with laser.
Another common form of acne scars is hypertrophic scars, which normally occurs within the original inflammation or redness zone. According to Dr. Shumaila, this type of acne scar can occur in people of any racial or ethnic background. Hypertrophic scars are thick and appear red. They can also create uncomforted for the patient, creating itch or pain in addition to thickening for up to 6 months.
No matter what type of acne scar you are suffering from, Dr. Shumaila has the solution for you. If you want to know if you are a good candidate for laster treatment of acne scars, get an appointment with Dr. Shumaila now!