Many people looking into Newport Beach Acne Scar Treatment suffer from the pits and craters of acne scarring. When they come in to see us at Ageless M.D., we tell them there are three different varieties.
- Rolling Scars are deep. They resemble craters with the namesake rolling edges.
- Boxcar Scars are flat. They are depressed and also look like craters.
- The thin and deep variety are called Ice Pick Scars.
Unfortunately, most of them are permanent. However, one of the latest innovations, radio frequency micro needling, is being used to treat acne scars with great results. This process uses bursts of radiofrequency energy that target deep into the skin while leaving outer layers intact.
Using these, the tiny needles rejuvenate facial skin and treat acne scars. They are an excellent non-invasive technique that provides excellent results.
Other treatments like dermabrasion and chemical peels are more invasive. Please read on to learn more about the benefits and how this procedure works to treat this problem.
Newport Beach Acne Scar Treatment That Uses MicroWounds.
This process uses a small needle to create channels or microwounds in the skin. These wounds in turn trigger the production of collagen. The skin on your face grows back thicker and smoother. Along with acne scars, radio frequency micro needling treats a variety of other issues including:
- Sagging loose skin and fine lines.
- Stretch marks, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation.
- Scars from surgery and injury.
This treatment is safe and effective. However, it isn’t the right choice for everyone. Patients should avoid radio frequency micro needling if they have active cold sores or any skin infections. The same goes for people suffering from psoriasis or patients receiving radiation or chemotherapy.
Prior To Treatment
Before the procedure, we will ask you questions about your expectations and medical history. We can also prescribe oral antibiotics if you have active acne. The staff at Ageless M.D. will also take photographs of your face so we can work together to determine the best course of action.
Your skin will be cleaned first with an alcohol treatment so there’s no chance of infection. A local anesthetic is usually applied next to minimize discomfort. The whole process takes about 20 minutes but that time can vary from patient to patient.
After Newport Beach Acne Scar Treatment, you can leave immediately and return to your normal routine.