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Laser Scar Removal

Laser resurfacing refers to a treatment for reducing facial wrinkles and other irregularities in the skin, such as blemishes or acne scars. Many men and women who have had severe acne during their lives are often left with deep, depressed scars that do not go away without treatment. Acne scars leave profound negative psychological effects on any individual. Acne scar improvement requires special combination of treatments. At Revive Clinic, we have a variety of advanced laser treatments to address nearly all types of acne scars. These include:


Glass laser: it is a non-invasive way to treat acne scars. This laser does not cut or remove skin surface so there is no down time means you can return to your normal activities on the same day.


CO2 laser resurfacing: It is unique in that it does not remove all the top layer at once and actually remove columns of skin, therefore recovery time is shorter which is about four to seven days.

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These lasers can also be combined with Med chemical peels or micro surgical procedures: Punch excision surgery is an option for individuals with deep “ice pick” scars that have not improved with laser surgery. Subcision is a procedure that involves using a needle to get underneath the scar disconnecting the fibres under the scar. Chemical Peels: for mild to moderate acne scarring. A glycolic Peel or Trichloroacetic acid Peel is used.

Dermal Fillers filling-material injections are also used for the treatment of acne scars.

At Revive Clinic, depending upon the type and extent of scars, dermatologist would decide whether you require a single or a combination of treatments. We have all these advanced treatment modalities available to fulfil your own personal goals.

Recovery and Results:

After the laser procedure, the doctor will bandage the area which has been treated. You will have to clean the treated region four to five times a day. Then, apply an ointment, such as petroleum jelly, to prevent the formation of scabs. Usually, the areas heal in about 10 to 21 days, based on the condition that was treated.