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Hi, Scar remodeling and collagen stimulating procedures as listed by you will work just as well in older and more mature patients. In addition, older patients undergoing such resurfacing procedures will benefit from improvement in fine lines, skin clarity and reduction of supe...
19 Aug 2019
large pore acne scar dark ethnic skin
Hi! From the photo, it appears that you have acne scars rather than large pores. Physical examination in person would allow us to be more certain and advise better on the approach. What are effective treatments for large pores on dark ethnic skin if chemical peels and fractio...
26 Jun 2019
Hi, In principle, Agnes RF would be “better” compared to fractional CO2 for treating syringomas. This is because the insulated needle of Agnes RF can be inserted directly to where the syringoma is and the skin surface is minimally damaged during the procedure. I have ...
9 May 2019
Acnexel: - This treatment does not penetrate as deep into the skin as the other 2 treatment modalities. It is probably more suitable for skin conditions that do not require intense treatments such as pores but not for scars. Microneedle RF / CO2 laser: - These 2 trea...
4 Sep 2018
Sorry to hear that you are suffering from acne scars. Low dose isotretinoin (Accutane) is increasingly being used for acne. Many patients on isotretinoin also have scarring from previous acne. It is best to start scarring treatment early, but there remains some concern with abnormal...
31 Dec 2018
I have been offering both these treatments in my clinic for years, and this is a question I am asked almost daily! Both fractional CO2 lasers and Infini microneedle rf are great treatments for acne scars. I will explain how both work, and how I choose the appropriate treatmen...
8 Jan 2019
Thanks for your question. If you have all 4 types of acne scars, you may need a combination of treatment methods which includes chemical peels (like TCA cross), and not just laser treatments.
25 Jan 2018
To address your questions: 1. Generally subcision (I assume with some collagen stimulators) will lead to collagen stimulation, and this is also what CO2 laser aims to do. Some experts suggest that an interval of at least 4 – 6 weeks is kept between each collagen-stimulati...
24 Jan 2018
Although most patient's redness resolves 1-2 weeks after Fractional CO2 laser, it is not uncommon for the face to continue to be red or flushed up to a month after Fractional CO2 treatment. I note that subcision was also done and PRP was used. As such, redness may persist for a long...
12 Jun 2018
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