ACNE SCAR REMOVAL TREATMENT
Scars can cause a lot of psychological stress. Some scars are difficult to reduce via normal scar therapy. Before we get into the technicalities of the available scar treatments in Hyderabad, let us understand what a scar is.
If your skin gets injured either by burn, cut, acne, or chickenpox, your body can repair the injury by developing a protein known as collagen. It helps reconnect the broken tissues. As your body works to heal the injury, a mark is left on the skin which is called a scar.
When it comes to Acne Scar Treatment in Hyderabad, it is important to understand that not all scars are the same. Acne scars can be categorized into two main types: atrophic scars and hypertrophic scars. An atrophic scar is more like an indented scar that occurs when the skin is unable to regenerate tissue. It heals below the upper layer of skin tissue that comes often as the result of acne or chickenpox. Hypertrophic scar is a cutaneous condition that occurs when the skin produces too much collagen. These scars are often known as the raised scars, common in younger and dark-skinned people.
Microneedling RadioFrequency (RF) treatment is the contemporary method to get rid of the scars. It works by passing current via the dermis to generate small thermal wounds (heat) which in turn stimulates dermal remodeling to develop new collagen.
How do I get prepared for Acne Scar Radiofrequency Treatment?
Also known as the micro-needling treatment, it is done by a dermatologist who uses a sterile, handheld needle-studded roller across those acne scars to puncture your skin. As your skin gets healed, it produces collagen. At the Science Of Skin Clinic – the best Acne Scar Treatment Center in Hyderabad, we use safe and efficient technology approved by the USFDA. We tailor the treatment considering your skin type, shade, and the degree of scarring.
This procedure is fine and fit for all skin types. It works wonders for widespread acne scars, facial wrinkles, fine lines, chickenpox, and irregular skin texture.
That depends on the number of sittings you would require. The number of sessions depends on the type of scar, its degree and extent. In general, it takes about 4-6 sessions to see the result. Also, the interval between the sessions should be at least 4 weeks.