Laser therapy for acne treatment
For many of our patients, living with acne and acne scars is a lifelong struggle. We know that your acne symptoms not only affect the way you look — they affect the way you feel about yourself. Living with acne or acne scars can result in depression, low self-esteem, or social isolation. It may even hold you back from reaching your professional goals.
Some physicians rely solely on topical or oral medications to deal with problematic acne and the scars it can leave behind, but at Reflections we’re happy to offer our patients the newest and most exciting development in the battle against acne and acne scars — advanced lasers offer the best acne treatment. Fast and virtually pain-free, laser therapy requires minimal or no downtime. Proven to transform the appearance of skin that has been altered by acne or acne scars¹, laser therapy can be fast, comfortable, and life changing. We’re confident that you will love the results!
Reflections customized approach to treating acne and acne scars
Because we know that your skin is as unique as you are, the physicians at Reflections will work closely with you to customize the best acne treatment for your skin type and the type of acne or acne scars that you have. In addition to acne laser treatment, your treatment plan may include more traditional acne treatment options such as topical or oral medications, dermal filler injections, chemical peels, and dermabrasion, that together work to improve the overall appearance and texture of your skin.
Tackle acne head-on with the best acne treatment
Many people think acne is caused by stress, poor diet or hygiene, or that it’s just an inevitable part of growing up, or that teens should just suffer through it. Or, that there is no hope for people living with acne. None of this is true.
Imagine not having to hide away because you feel bad about your skin’s appearance.
Acne is caused when high levels of specific hormones in the body stimulate the sebaceous glands producing an overabundance of oil, resulting in clogged glands. Bacteria set in, leading to inflammation and the appearance of pimples, clogged pores (blackheads and whiteheads), and cysts on the skin. Acne occurs on the skin over many parts of the body including the face, chest, and back.
While acne affects a majority of teens, many adults suffer from this condition. With adult onset acne it is important to look for the underlying cause of acne when it occurs for the first time. It’s important to treat acne early, as it can cause significant and lasting scarring if left unchecked.
Fortunately, we have many powerful options when designing the best acne treatment plan for you, including advanced technologies like the Smoothbeam laser, Isolaz, Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), the Vbeam Perfecta laser, and more.
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Dealing with acne scars where they form
Acne scars vary greatly in type and degree from one patient to another. They may appear flat or depressed and range in color from red to white, or match your natural skin color. They may be fairly well localized or generalized and may develop at any age. As our skin naturally loses volume and elasticity as we age, acne scars, so if left untreated acne scars will look worse over time.
Laser acne scar treatment works by stimulating collagen production, smoothing out your skin, and restoring its appearance and texture. Our physicians have the knowledge and expertise to choose the laser therapy that is right for you.
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Start today with a complimentary consultation with our experienced physicians
Whether you are living with acne or acne scars, our goal is to leave you not just looking better, but feeling better too. Reflections has the widest array of laser therapies and the expertise available to help you achieve great results. Our doctors look forward to discussing the many options available during your complimentary consultation.
*Results May Vary. Each patient is unique, and we like to take time during the consultation to set realistic expectations and develop an individual treatment plan, to help you see the best results possible.
¹ ALSTER, T. S., TANZI, E. L. and LAZARUS, M. (2007), The Use of Fractional Laser Photothermolysis for the Treatment of Atrophic Scars. Dermatologic Surgery, 33: 295–299. doi: 10.1111/j.1524-4725.2007.33059.x