Acne Scar Laser Treatment in Los Angeles & Bakersfield, CA
Desired Beauty Surgical & Medical Center
Acne Scar Laser Treatment
At Desired Beauty in Beverly Hills, we understand that patients suffering from acne scars are looking for immediate treatment. For this reason, we have a comprehensive array of treatments to cater to all skin types and colors. Your acne scar treatment begins with a thorough consultation so our practitioners can determine which treatments will best suit your needs. They may have you undergo a single treatment or a combination of treatments to provide the best result.
The acne scar treatment plan recommended will be dependent on several factors, including the type of acne scars you have, whether they are primarily on the surface or extend into the deeper layers of the skin, as well as your skin color and overall skin tone.
The Fraxel® Dual laser was developed in 2001 by two innovative engineers. These engineers had a vision for fractional laser technology that would help patients get all the benefits of laser resurfacing treatment without the nasty complications that tended to accompany it.
They designed a fractional laser that creates thousands of microscopic treatment zones per square centimeter of skin, causing the natural healing process of the body to stimulate collagen growth and a regeneration of healthy skin cells. With this groundbreaking laser, patients are able to eliminate scars, wrinkles and other unhealthy tissue by allowing the underlying tissue to regrow into a rejuvenated, glowing texture. This is done without damaging healthy tissue, creating less complications and a drastically reduced recovery period.
The Fraxel laser system can treat a variety of skin conditions, including:
- Acne scars
- Fine lines
- Pigmentation disorders
- Surgical scars
- Liver spots
- Birth marks
- Enlarged pores
- Stretch marks
Even if you have no blemishes at all, Fraxel Dual laser skin resurfacing can be used to restore your skin’s natural beauty. You can expect a brighter, softer texture within several days following the procedure. It all depends on what you’re looking to accomplish.