When should the pimple (acne) treatment be done?
Laser and light systems are methods that help pimple-acne treatments, accelerate treatment, and reduce the likelihood of scarring. To shorten the duration of therapy for acne treatment, to prevent recurring acne complaints, and to treat acne patients who can not use oral medicine, laser and light treatment is very useful. It also addresses the scars of patients who are scared and have a high tendency of scarring. The goal in pimple-acne treatment should be to improve the patient as soon as possible and ensure that no scars are left. Applying laser treatments during acne treatments also provides scar treatment.
How to get a pimple (acne) treatment?
Laser treatment can be done at periods of 1-3 weeks. At least 4-6 sessions are recommended by changing the number of courses according to the device used. Laser treatment of acne, as well as cream and oral medication, can be continued.
What are the changes in the skin after laser pimple (acne) treatment?
The laser system that is made may have several temporary skin changes, from light pink to slightly scabbled skin after acne laser treatment. In general, the side effect rate is low. Bronze and dark skin should be as careful as all laser and light applications.
How effective is pimple (acne) treatment?
One of the main reasons for the formation of inflammatory pimples is P. acnes bacteria, which generally live in the deep and fat channels of skin. P. acnes bacteria are destroyed by absorbing the energy of the laser. Light and laser systems reduce the number of bacteria and prevent acne formation. Also, laser and light systems do not damage the skin and damage the sebaceous glands under the skin.
Which devices are used in laser pimple (acne) treatment?
• Blue Light Treatment (Blue-Light)
• Red Light and Blue Light Combination
• Photodynamic Therapy
• Radiofrequency Therapy
• PDL Laser
• Nd: YAG Laser
• Fractional Laser
Learn more about Laser treatment for acne issues.