Acne Scars? Dermal Fillers May Be the Answer

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There are numerous different types of acne scars, and each will have a different effect on your appearance.

Ice Pick Acne Scars

Ice pick acne are among the most common type, and are identified by the thin, narrow depressions formed in the skin.

Rolling Acne Scars

Rolling scars tend to look like waves across the skin, due to their wide indentations and shallow depth.

Boxcar Acne Scars

Boxcar scars are similar in appearance to chicken pos scars, creating squarish indentations in the skin with very defined edges. They are most often located on the temples or cheeks.

Hypertonic Acne Scars

Hypertonic scars create a raised area, or bump on the skin, generally contained within the area of the original wound. Unlike most scars, the appearance of hypertonic acne scars may lessen over time.

Keloid Acne Scars

Keloid scars also create high spots on the skin, but the area is not contained within the area of the original wound. Keloid scars can be hard rubbery, and appear larger than the original blemish.

Dermal Fillers as Treatment for Acne Scarring

Most acnescarring responds well to dermal fillers as treatment to reduce the appearance. Using Restylane or Juvederm can help restore lost volume to these areas and improve the overall look and feel of your skin, which can have poiive effects on your confidence and self-estem as well.

Talk to one of our medically trained consultants about your particular situation, We offer free acne scar treatment consultations, and will work with you to determine the best course of treatment to help you reach your desired aesthetic goals.

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