Plastic Surgeons Serving Edison, Marlboro, Warren, And Montclair, New Jersey
Acne scarring is not just an aesthetic issue- it can be a painful reminder of a difficult time in your life, a time when you lacked self-confidence and worried every day about unsightly acne plaguing your skin.
As an adult, you're likely beyond worrying about acne, but the effects of teenage acne can linger for the rest of your life. Many people in and around New Jersey have acne scarring they wish they could remove.
Fortunately, that's quite possible. At Associates in Plastic Surgery, we can use a safe, advanced non-surgical procedure to permanently eliminate acne scars.
If you live in or around New Jersey and you have questions about our acne scar treatment, please call Associates in Plastic Surgery today at 1-732-548-3200 for a consultation.
How It Works
Acne scar treatment is both simple and safe. You can undergo the procedure and return to your normal activities without a need for a lengthy period.
An acne scar is essentially an inflamed blemish caused when acne breaks out. Shallow blemishes heal quickly, but in some cases, a deep break in the wall of a pore allows infected material to spread to nearby tissue. When your body attempts to repair this damage, the result can be often be a raised scar and unsightly blemish.
Treatment options include:
With a Fraxel® laser, we can stimulate the production of healing collagen, improving the appearance of your skin over the course of several treatments.
Certain dermal fillers, and their naturally occurring hyaluronic acids, can be used to provide a level of separation between your skin and the scar tissue in question, hopefully stimulating the production of collagen.
These procedures uses needles and stitches, respectively, to stimulate collagen production and create a smooth line on the skin that fades over time, making the face look much smoother.
Laser resurfacing and dermabrasion
These procedures work beneath the skin, essentially removing dead and damaged skin cells and allowing new, healthy skin to rise in its place. Best used in conjunction with other procedures.