In a recent blog, we talked about the value of using laser resurfacing treatments to reduce the appearance of acne scars. Laser resurfacing is a common procedure for reducing acne scarring – and often a very effective choice. But laser isn’t always the best option, because there are different types of acne scars and because lasers don’t work equally well on all skin types or colors.
One of the most frustrating skin conditions for men and women is acne scars. Fortunately, there are several different types of treatments available to reduce visible scarring and give your skin a more even tone and smoother texture. One of the most popular options is laser resurfacing.
For many of us, acne scars are one of life’s great frustrations. Acne can leave scars underneath your skin and leave the surface looking uneven and even pitted. Medical science has tried for decades to devise methods to improve the appearance of acne scars, with limited success. Now, though, platelet-rich fibrin matrix, or PRFM, is proving to be a valuable option for many patients.