At Seduction Cosmetic Center™ we pride ourselves in developing individualized treatment options for those suffering from adolescent and adult acne. With latest technology at our disposal, we can offer patients the best laser treatment for acne scars in addition to other methods such as topical treatments.
- Cool Breeze Acne Laser
- Physician Grade Chemical Peels
- PhotoDynamic Therapy
- The latest technology in topical agents such as salicylic acid washes, benzoyl peroxide gels, tretinoin, retinol, topical antibiotics, oral medications such as antibiotics and hormone therapy.
How Laser Treatment for Acne Scars Works
Whether you suffer from surgical scars, acne scars or any other type of scar, laser treatment for acne scars can reduce the appearance of blemishes by 50 to 80 percent and help prevent recurrence. Scarring occurs when the wound-healing process is disrupted by certain factors such as too much or too little collagen. Using today’s cutting-edge laser technology, Seduction Cosmetic Center™ utilizes several laser technologies for hard to treat acne scars.
Unlike other acne therapies that address bacterial symptoms only, the CoolBreeze laser treatment targets the source of the acne. The laser energy is applied in gentle pulses over the treatment area. The energy penetrates deep enough to shrink oil glands and decrease their capacity to produce acne without affecting the oils necessary for healthy skin. Your body also rebuilds and replenishes your own natural collagen to fill in the acne scars. CoolBreeze treatments are long lasting and safe for all skin types, including tanned and dark-skinned patients.
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) is a multi-use light activated system for destroying abnormal cells and affecting the function of overactive sebaceous glands which are a root cause of acne.
PDT works through a two-step process. First, a topical solution called Levulan is applied to the area to be treated. Then once this solution has been absorbed by “target cells” (these are the abnormal cells such as acne) a medical light is used to turn on the Levulan action. This action destroys the acne cells and shrinks and disables the sebaceous gland which produces excess skin oils. The final result is clearer skin, reduced oil production and more refined pores. The treatment usually last 2 hours and is recommended that you receive 1 to 3 treatments of PDT at 2 to 4 week intervals. In addition, our laser technology is combined with PRP therapy to achieve maximum results for improved tone and texture.
Effects of Laser Treatment for Acne Scars
The list of benefits of laser treatment for acne scars is lengthy. There are a couple of different types of laser treatment for acne scars. Blue light therapy is typically used on active breakouts to kill acne-causing bacteria. Red light therapy is conversely used on acne scars in order to stimulate the production of collagen and refresh the smoothness of the skin. This laser treatment works well for everything from mild scarring to noticeable dark acne scars.
Some treatments also make use of fractional laser treatment for acne scars, which has demonstrated effectiveness at reducing scarring with minimal discomfort.
How Much Does Acne Scar Laser Treatment Cost
Laser Treatment for Acne Scars costs are highly variable depending on where you’re having your procedure performed and how extensive your scarring is. Laser therapy for acne scars can cost anywhere from $200 to $3,400.
Seduction Cosmetic Acne Scar Laser Treatment From $ 250.00
Interested in having laser therapy performed? Come in for a consultation at one of our locations in the Miami area.
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