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Rigorous Acne And Using Laser Procedure

Author : Angela Faye Smithers

Harsh acne can be the cause of low self esteem and an aversion to social situations for many teenagers and young adults. Fortunately, many advances have developed over recent years that have been successful in treating severe cases of acne and acne scarring. These treatments include topical and prescription strength medications.

For some unlucky individuals these topical and medicinal treatments do not work effectively in removing their acne. To determine if you are a candidate for acne laser treatment, first try other means to help your acne. Laser is not for everyone and should only be considered if you suffer from a severe case of acne and have not found success with other methods.

One of the advantages of laser treatment is that it can also help avoid further outbreaks. This is accomplished because the laser works to diminish the amount of oil your glands are producing which is causing the acne in the first place.

When a person suffers from long term acne they may also be burdened with acne scarring. Fortunately for them, laser is also successful in removing acne scar tissue.

When you decide that laser acne treatment may be right for you, schedule an appointment with a certified dermatologist to further review what your plan of action should be. They will be able to tell you if it's right for you, what to anticipate with laser treatments, and they should give you an calculation of the final rate.

Appointments don't usually take more than 10 to 15 minutes and they are typically done right in the dermatologist's office. During the procedure the doctor targets the acne or scarred skin tissue using a wand-like laser. With this device the dermatologist will burn off damaged skin cells

Your laser treatment visits will likely be scheduled at least 2 weeks apart. Everyone will have different experiences when healing. The speed of recovery is dependent on the range of the area, the severity of the skin condition, and on the individuals healing abilities. Everyone heals at different rates. Some patients can be treated before the weekend and be almost completely healed by the following Monday. For superficial laser resurfacing the skin usually looks raw and red in color with a mild discomfort for the two days following the process.

If you opted for a deep facial resurfacing, which is recommended for deep acne scars, healing may take closer to a full week. You should be able to cover the redness with some type of makeup concealer if you wish to disguise any evidence of treatments. Your doctor will layout your choices and what to expect for your particular treatment.

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