Treatments/acne scars

acne scars

Acne scarring is a major sequelae of acne. Most acne scar is preventable provided acne is aggressively treated to start with. Unfortunately most patients and even their parents or loved ones believe that acne is a benign disease. To them, acne is a just a phase of life and it is natural or inevitable. Although acne might only appear during a certain part of life, its scar lasts forever. Another misconception is only serious acne leads to scarring. While it might be true in many cases, we now know that even mild acne can potentially leave noticeable scars.

Duet Radio Frequency

Duet RF is a non-invasive solution for skin rejuvenation. Duet RF is an advanced focused radio frequency technology which operates in 2 modes.


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Fractional Laser Therapy

Fractional laser therapy is used for skin resurfacing. It treats acne scarring, stretch marks, melasma, wrinkles, rough skin, and large pores.


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Intense Pulse Light (IPL)

IPL is a popular photo rejuvenation treatment for pigmentation, acne, acne scars and flushing. This laser is highly effective for removing unwanted pigmentation and for evening out skin tone. It is also great for treating fine lines by stimulating collagen production.


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Micro-needling Radio Frequency

Micro-needling Radio Frequency is a micro-needling treatment designed to treat acne scars, large pores, sagging skin, and stretch marks.



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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is the process of using patient’s own plasma towards healing and regeneration.


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Subcision

Subcision is a minor surgical procedure to treat depressed acne scars, including rolling, boxcar, and icepick scars.


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TCA Peel

The trichloroacetic acid peel (TCA) is a medium strength chemical peel for resurfacing the skin through the process of protein denaturation.


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TCA Cross

Trichloroacetic Acid Chemical Reconstruction of Skin Scars (TCA CROSS) is an effective and safe way to improve the appearance of depressed (ice-pick, rolling or boxcar) acne scars through localized chemical peels.


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