I have had 7 fraxel lasers with 3 combining the fraxel laser with the Co2. I was advised to stop getting treatment as I had no improvement. I have had fillers with no visible improvement besides for raised bumps on my skin which had previously been smooth. My scarring is restricted to my cheek areas and a Plastic Surgeon indicated punch biopsy is not suitable for my scars. Recently a GP at a cosmetic centre recommended a combination of sculptra and laser genesis. Is it worth it? Will this help?
Will Sculpt Work for Me? (Acne Scarring)
Doctor Answers 3
There is a few options for acne scars. You can get profractional laser with micro laser peel that in it self will get rid of a lot of your scars but not 100%. If you want 100% you can do a mini facelift that would be stretching the skin and getting rid of the deeper scars.Good luck.The best would be to see a PS to see you and know exactly what would benefit you the best.
Sculptra and Acne Scarring
Thank you for your question. The Genesis and Sculptra would not be my first choice for this problem. You will not get 100% improvement with any treatment but should note some improvements with the right therapies. You may require more aggressive treatment and a series with a combination for best results. You should seek the recommendations of a board certified dermatologist or a board certified plastic surgeon who has expertise in acne, scarring, and treating various skin types. I hope this helps.
Acne scarring and using laser and sculptra will it work
I don't particularly like punch biopsies but a subcision could work through elevation of your scars and then reclosing them. I like deep chemical peels to get the scars to rise up. After the scars get closer I then like to approach them through a restructuring process which I call the Acne Scar Vitalizer Treatment. This will entail some resurfacing like with co2.
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