Acne Scarring

At Este Hair Medical, Acne Scarring treatments effectively diminish scars using advanced techniques, promoting smoother skin texture and enhancing confidence with personalised care.

Acne Scarring Treatment at Este Hair Medical

Acne scarring can affect skin texture and appearance long after active acne has subsided. At Este Hair Medical in Harrow, London, we offer effective treatments to reduce acne scars and improve skin smoothness.

Our approach involves a comprehensive evaluation of your skin condition to determine the best treatment plan. We provide advanced solutions such as laser therapy, microneedling, and chemical peels to promote collagen production and diminish acne scars.

Trust our experienced dermatologists to create personalized treatment plans tailored to your skin type and scar severity. Regain confidence in your skin with our safe and innovative Acne Scarring Treatments. Contact Este Hair Medical today to schedule your consultation.

Smooth Skin Rejuvenation with Acne Scarring Treatment at Este Hair Medical

  • We begin with a thorough consultation to assess the type and severity of acne scars and discuss suitable treatment options.
  • Developing a personalized treatment plan tailored to target and reduce acne scars effectively.
  • Utilizing advanced techniques and technologies such as laser therapy or microneedling to improve skin texture and reduce scarring.
  • Providing comprehensive aftercare instructions to optimize healing and maintain results.
  • Monitoring your progress and offering guidance on maintaining skin health and preventing future acne scarring.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1What causes acne scarring?
Acne scarring is often caused by severe acne lesions that penetrate the skin and damage the collagen and elastin fibers, resulting in permanent scars. Inflammatory acne, such as cysts and nodules, is more likely to cause scarring.
2What are the common types of acne scars?
Common types include atrophic scars (depressed scars like icepick, boxcar, and rolling scars), hypertrophic scars (raised scars), and keloid scars (thick, raised scars beyond the original acne area).
3How is acne scarring diagnosed by dermatologists?
Dermatologists diagnose acne scarring by examining the skin and assessing the type and severity of scars. They may also review the patient's acne history and previous treatments.
4What treatments are available for acne scarring?
Treatments include laser therapy (like fractional laser or CO2 laser), microneedling, chemical peels, dermal fillers, and surgical techniques like punch excision or subcision. Combination therapies are often used for best results.
5Can acne scarring be prevented or minimized?
Prevention involves early and effective acne treatment to minimize the risk of scarring. Treatment options can significantly reduce the appearance of existing scars and improve skin texture over time.