Both lasers are helpful, the difference is that the Fraxel CO2 re:pair will probably just take 1 treatment while the Fraxel re:store will take 3 to 5 treatments. The Fraxel CO2 re:pair will also have more oozing and redness for 3-14 days while the scar after using the Fraxel re:store will probably not look that noticable after each treatment.
Is Fraxel Re:pair or Re:store Recommended for Chicken Pox Scars?
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Both lasers may help treat chicken pox scars
Both. There is an ongoing improvement with Fraxel Restore with each new treatment. Fraxel Repair can help too, but it is a one time treatment. Neither will make it go away completely. Some scars need to be lifted or surgically revised by excision (cutting out) prior to the laser resurfacing.
Fraxel re:pair Laser Treatment for Chicken Pox Scars
Fraxel re:pair laser is effective at treating scars, including those caused by chicken pox. The treatment may involve a series of 2 to 3 treatments depending upon the response to the laser. Good luck and be well.