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Acne scarring is a very challenging and stubborn problem to treat which takes place as an after-effect of acne vulgaris. Acne is usually a temporary skin condition, but acne scars can be permanent.

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Acne Scar Removal Treatment

The formation of acne scars is a part of the skin healing process because they are formed as the skin’s response to inflammatory acne lesions. So, this condition is capable of bringing permanent textural changes to the skin. With advanced dermatological techniques provided by the best dermatologists in Delhi at Dadu Medical Center, acne scars can be treated to a great extent.

 

What causes acne scarring?

Acne scarring is the process in which the scars are formed as a result of the wound healing process of the skin after acne. So, the severity of scarring depends upon the severity of the acne. If the acne is present close to the skin, then the healing time is short and leads to minimal scarring. When the acne is penetrated deep down the skin, then the healing takes a longer time. The deeply penetrated acne also destroys the nearby tissue and leads to scarring.

 

During the wound healing process, the skin produces new collagen. Collagen is a fibrous protein that makes the skin strong and flexible. Scarring also depends upon the amount of collagen present during the healing process. If there is a minimum amount of collagen present during the healing, then the acne lesions are converted into depressed scars that are known as Atrophic Scars. When there is too much collagen present during the healing process, then the acne lesions get converted into a raised or elevated scar known as a Hypertrophic Scar.

 

When an acne lesion is popped up, the blood vessels connected to it are broken, which leaves a mark on the skin. The wounded skin also changes its color that leads to the hyperpigmentation of the skin, known as Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH).

 

What are the different types of Acne Scars?

Acne scars can be categorized as:

 

1. Atrophic or depressed scars
They are the most common type of scar. They are formed when enough collagen is not present during the wound healing, hence causing depressions in the skin. There are three types of atrophic scars:

  • Boxcar scar

They are broad and have sharp edges. These sharp edges go deep down in the skin. 

  • Ice-pick scar

They are wider at the top and narrower at the bottom. They are hard to treat and need aggressive treatment.

  • Rolling scar

    They have sloppy edges, which give them an irregular and wavy appearance. 

 

2. Hypertrophic and raised scarring

They are common in the chest and back. They occur when too much collagen is present during the healing process. These scars can be itchy and painful. They are formed when the acne scar tissue builds up from the previous acne spot. They are of the same size as the acne, which caused them.

 

What is the Best Acne Scar Treatment in Delhi?
The answer is DMC- Fraxogenus!

Most of the time, people who suffer from severe acne scars seek medical treatment as the deep pits caused in the skin make the texture look rough and uneven. With time many people start feeling conscious and less confident about their appearance. Thankfully, treatments like the DMC- Fraxogenus can help reduce even the deep acne scars.

This treatment uses fractionated or pixilated lasers. It removes skin layer tissue in a fractionated method without damaging the skin surrounding the column. The intact skin aids in healing. Besides treating acne scars, these lasers also offer an excellent way to treat fine lines, wrinkles, and textural changes in the skin.

 

An experienced and leading dermatologist in Delhi, Dr. Nivedita Dadu highly recommends DMC-Fraxogenus (Fractional Co2) laser treatment for acne scars in Delhi as the results are quite promising. This pixilated technology will heal the skin quickly after the treatment as it only creates very tiny punctures in the skin. The treatment will help the skin to produce new collagen further making the skin tighter and youthful in appearance.

 

One needs multiple sessions for optimum results, generally 4-6 no. of sessions. With every successive session, the scars become shallow, fainter, and less visible. This is why dermatologists around the world vouch for CO2 laser resurfacing procedures to improve skin quality and address problematic conditions such as acne scarring.

DMC- Fraxogenus ( Fractional Co2)

Why DMC-Fraxogenus (Fractional Co2) laser is the best treatment is to reduce Acne Scars?

  • This technology offers a breakthrough treatment as it uses fractional technology. The fractional method uses multiple small columns of the laser beam and has some spaces in between, hence only causing micro-injury that is required to heal the skin and promote collagen stimulation.
  • The fractional technology allows a range of customized settings according to the depth of the scar that helps enhance collagen production without causing any serious damage to the skin’s top layer.

 

At Dadu Medical Center, the DMC- Fraxogenus (Fractional Co2) laser acne scar removal treatment in Delhi is performed by a doctor under the supervision of an expert dermatologist which further minimizes the chances of any risks or side-effects.

Acne Scar Laser Treatment

Why should one choose DMC-Fraxogenus (Fractional Co2) Laser Treatment for Scars and skin-texture-related issues?

  • Improves moderate-to-severe atrophic acne scars.
  • Uses ablative laser energy that stimulates the production of elastin and collagen. This offers deep skin rejuvenation.
  • Offers a more youthful and rested appearance of the skin.
  • Works to improve both the skin texture.

 

After-treatment care
After the treatment, one must apply prescription medications and creams to reduce healing time.

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