Hello, I have enlarged/scarred pores. I've had a Micro laser peel, and I've had 3 treatments of Fraxel re:storeTM in the past without any results. What is the best laser or treatment to use on enlarged, scarred pores?
What is the Best Treatment for Large Pores?
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Pore reduction is best done with any of the "Fractional carbon dioxide lasers. Mixto Microfractional CO2, Fraxel Repair which is a CO2 laser not Fraxel restore (which is a lesser wavelength) are two examples. The most impertant questions are: What is the wavelength of the laser? Answer 10600 nanometers. and Does the laser drill small holes?
How to improve large pores with laser or RF micro needles ?
An effective treatment will have to reach into the deep layer of the skin to remodel the retracting collagen fibers under the scar, like the microneedle treatment that heats the deep layer of the skin to produce new collagen.
In this kind of treatment the downtime and pain is minimal, and with few treatments only I see very good improvements. The patients are very satisfied with this treatment.
Microneedling A Good Option for Enlarged Pores
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Pores may become clogged and result in acne, or can appear as "blackheads," consisting of excess oil accumulation and keratin which turns black when exposed to air. However, even when the pores are free from debris, they can remain noticeable.Fraxel Re:Store erbium laser has expanded the realm of possibility for treatment outcomes. Numerous studies have proven that 3-5 sessions of the Fraxel can produce pores that are histologically, subjectively, and quantitatively smaller and less noticeable
Fraxel re:pair for enlarged pores
I know that you have not had the results that you were looking for with the previous Fraxel re:store treatments, but the new Fraxel re:pair CO2 laser impressively shrinks skin and tightens pores.
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Best treatment for large pores?
IMHO, the most cost effective treatment for large pores is an excellent skin health program. You may not see many other doctors agree with me since this is not a very profitable recommendation. Once the skin is "conditioned", medium depth chemical peels will be highly effective at giving you the results you are seeking.