Is there any treatment for large pores or scarring? (photos)
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Acne Scarring -- Requires a Combination of Fractional Laser Resurfacing, Fillers Like Bellafill, Subcision and Eclipse Micropen
Large Pores and scarring
Large pores and acne scarring can be treated effectively with combination therapy. I would suggest coming in for a consultation to see in person but generally speaking we've had great success with a combination of microneedling, light fillers, and laser therapy. Topicals and your diet are also important to help control breakouts.
Daniel Barrett, MD, MHA, MS
Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery
Member, Am. Society of Plastic Surgery
Acne, Pores, Scars
Your acne is definitely treatable and the key is finding the correct course of treatment. You may need a hormonal acne treatment or Accutane therapy to help cure the acne. The scars can then be treated with Fraxel or eMatrix and a few chemical peels for the pigmentation. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
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For procedures- consider a series of Medical Microneedling facials performed with PRP (Platelet rich plasma)- the so called Vampire Facial.
Larger scars "pock marks" will respond nicely to Bellafill- be sure to see someone experienced with this technique of Bellafill for acne scarring.
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