Resurfacing laser for acne scars

Effective treatment uses a resurfacing laser for acne scars
Resurfacing laser for acne scars

If you have acne scars, you may want to consider laser skin resurfacing as a way to get rid of them. Laser skin resurfacing reduces acne scars on the surface of the skin by breaking down the molecular bonds of the damaged skin cells in the acne scars. Laser skin resurfacing dissolves the acne scar tissue a layer at a time and the result is smoother healthier looking skin. Laser skin resurfacing is a safe and effective treatment that is far less expensive than some other treatments. Laser skin rejuvenation and laser peel are other names for laser skin resurfacing. This is because it removes the damaged outer layers of skin and causes new skin cells and collagen to form, which can reduce acne scars.  It is important to talk to an aesthetician or physician to determine whether laser skin resurfacing is right for you. In general, acne scars that are not too deep are improvable through 4-6treatments. Laser skin resurfacing is an outpatient procedure. Treating the entire face can take up to an hour and may require the use of topical anesthesia. The procedure uses different types of lasers depending on what skin type the patient has. The M22 ResurFx laser, for example, is for an excellent laser for resurfacing. Laser skin resurfacing could be the perfect solution to your acne scar problem. Call Essence MediSpa at FirstCare Medical Center at 845 691 3773,

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