Acne Scars treatment with Fractora Microneedling
Acne scars are memories from old memories of unfavourable friends in teenage times. The chronic and acute inflammation associated with whiteheads and cystic acne is what causes them. The skin goes through a fast tissue-building phase during the healing process because of the abundance of inflammation mediators and cytokines. In another world, your body does not pay attention to the details yet tries to recover and close the skin as soon as possible. Therefore, it will leave scar tissue behind and uneven skin surface.
Acne Scars Before and After Treatment
The patient was prepared with Lidocaine cream, then lidocaine injections. We performed subcision using Nokor 18g needle, followed by a 22g blunt cannula. After that, the full face was treated with Fractira RF microneedling using the 24 insulated pins. The RF energy was set to 50 levels. We did two passes, and the area was cleaned with disinfectant and then with skin rejuvenation meso solution. The patient was discharged with an Rx for cephalexin 500 and topical corticosteroid.
Acne scars can be a real confidence killer. If you have acne scars, you are not alone. Acne scarring is a common problem, and there are many ways to treat it. This blog post will discuss RF microneedling as an effective treatment. This is a new and very effective treatment. Keep reading to learn more!
What is RF microneedling?
RF microneedling is a new acne scars treatment that uses radiofrequency energy to heat up the skin and stimulate collagen production. This treatment can be done in a dermatologist’s office.
How does RF microneedling work?
RF microneedling works by heating up the skin with radiofrequency energy. This causes the skin to produce more collagen. Collagen is a protein that helps to keep the skin looking young and healthy.
Does RF microneedling work for acne scars?
RF microneedling has been shown to be very effective for treating acne scars. In one study, 100% of people who received this treatment noticed an improvement in their acne scars.
Discuss your case with your dermatologist if you are considering having RF microneedling treatment. They can help you decide if this treatment is right for you. Thanks for reading!
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