Laser Acne Scar Treatment

Laser Acne Scar Treatment

Acne scars are traces that damage the aesthetic perception of the person left after the disappearance of acne on the face. If the level of acne structure is advanced, they form cyst-like structures under the skin. After the healing of these cystic structures, pits form on the skin. Acne scars can also occur after the disappearance of subcutaneous tissues formed after acne treatment. Today, laser treatments are used to eliminate or minimize these acne spots on the skin. Laser acne scar, Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser and gold needle radiofrequency technique are used. As a matter of fact, although gold needle radiofrequency laser is not a laser, it is effectively used in acne scar treatment.

By stimulating fibroblasts, the damaged area is renewed. The result is a renewed, collagen-rich tissue. Another laser method is Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser. This laser method is a type of laser that increases the amount of collagen in the middle skin (dermis) and provides regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin. The number of sessions is not fixed in Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser. The amount of scars that the patient has varies according to the intensity and depth of the scars. Session intervals are usually determined between 4 and 6 weeks. The last method, gold needle radiofrequency, is not a laser operation, but is an effective solution method used in the treatment of blemishes and acne scars.

In this method, holes are made on the skin with micro needles with very fine tips. The healthy cells around these mini-trauma areas fill the needle-punched areas with the body's self-renewal effect and skin regeneration is achieved. The reason why the tips of the fractional radiofrequency needles are gold is that gold is a very good conductor and its effectiveness in stimulating the desired layer of the skin as a result of the given current is high. Since the current is only at the tip of the needles, the upper part of the skin (epidermis) is bypassed and the current is given only to the middle skin. Fractional radiofrequency application should be applied at intervals of 30 to 45 days on average. However, the correct number of sessions should be determined by the specialist physician specifically for your skin and treatment.

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