Most Effective Laser Treatment For Acne Scars(Acne Scars के लिए सबसे प्रभावी लेज़र उपचार)| (In HINDI)
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Most Effective Laser Treatment For Acne Scars(Acne Scars के लिए सबसे प्रभावी लेज़र उपचार)| (In HINDI)


Are your scars very severe? Are they deep and pigmented? Is your skin uneven because of these scars? Do you want to know which are the safe and
effective light laser and energy based treatments that can treat these scars? This video is the right one for you! Today we are going to discuss the laser treatments
that can be used to treat severe acne scars. Hello, I am Dr. Dhananjay Chavan, cosmetic
dermatologist and hair transplant surgeon, Clear Skin and Hair MD, Pune. Lasers exfoliate the top layers of your skin,
re-modulates collagen in the deeper layers, and promotes new cell growth. This also reduces the intensity of acne. Moreover, this also helps control excess sebum
to some extent, which improves your skin and reduces scars. There are two types of lasers that are used
in laser treatments – ablative or invasive lasers and non-ablative or non-invasive lasers. Non-ablative lasers are used more for mild
scars. Ablative lasers are not used much for mild
scars. We have made a separate video about treatments
for mild scars. Today we will talk about laser treatments
for moderate to severe scars. There are 3-4 commonly used laser treatments
that are used for moderate to severe scars – like 10600 nm CO2 laser or Fractional
CO2 laser, 2940 nm Erbium YAG Laser or Fractional Erbium YAG Laser, Microneedle Radio frequency
or MNRF, and 1550 Fractional Erbium Glass Laser. Out of these, CO2 laser and Erbium YAG laser
are ablative lasers. These lasers vaporise scar tissue and stimulates
collagen production and regenerates skin in the place of scar tissue. Ablative lasers are definitely effective,
but this can cause prolonged erythema or skin redness. They may also cause pigmentation, that is
why they must be used carefully. 1550 Erbium glass laser and MNRF are non-ablative
lasers. These treat your scars without damaging the
epidermal layer of your skin. So let’s discuss how these lasers treat
your scars. Procedures like CO2 laser resurfacing have
been used since many years in western countries on fair skin. Now the fractional CO2 laser that is less
ablative can be used for Asian skin. This laser is considered the gold standard
for acne scar treatments. Fractional CO2 is also used for rolling scars,
boxcar scars, icepick scars and mixed scars. Very short pulsed light or ultra pulse energy
or continuous light beams are used in this treatment. This light is projected on your skin in a
scanning pattern. This emits high energy, this light is very
focused. This laser creates micro ablative channels
in the epidermis and dermis. This initiates the wound healing cascade,
starts collagen production and starts improving signs of ageing, open pores along with the
scars. This procedure when combined with PRP shows
even better results. There may be some redness, swelling and scabbing
after the treatment which will reduce in 6-8 days. It is absolutely essential to use strict photoprotection,
that is sunscreen after the treatment. Those people that have slightly brown skin
like Indians have a higher chance of getting PIH. That is why they should take care while getting
the procedure done. Another great laser treatment is the 1550nm
Erbium glass laser. As we said before, this is a non-ablative
laser, which means that it does not damage your skin. This laser is used to treat rolling or mixed
scars in darker skin tones. It also improves the active acne, fine lines,
and wrinkles on the hands, neck and chest. Erbium glass laser is a color blind laser,
which means that this laser is used for all skin tones. Erbium glass lasers cause minimal damage to
the tissue surrounding the scars. The energy from this laser produces collagen,
rejuvenates skin and improves scars. That is why this method is very useful and
it is easy to do as well. It has minimal side effects as well. There may be swelling or redness immediately
after the treatment but cold compresses and medication reduce the swelling in 2-4 days. It is important to use strict photoprotection
after the treatment to prevent hyperpigmentation and skin darkening. It is necessary to use a broad spectrum, SPF30
sunscreen properly. The next treatment modality is Microneedling
Radio Frequency (MNRF). This is used to treat deep scars, boxcar scars
and atrophic rolling scars. In this procedure, microneedles enter the
skin systematically and smoothly. These needles emit radiofrequency energy or
RF energy in the deeper layers of the skin, this protects the epidermis from damage. This starts the wound healing process, increases
fibroblast activity and collagen production. The new tissues come from the lower layers
to the upper layers. There may be minor discomfort after the procedure. Mild swelling or redness may occur which usually
reduces after an hour. In some cases, the treated area may have small
scabs that fall off on their own. It takes 3-5 days to fully recover from the
procedure. This procedure is effective because it is
a color blind technology, which means it can be used for any skin color. This treatment minimises epidermal damage
and reduces pain. This procedure can be done on a small part
of the skin as well. This procedure improves the overall texture
of the skin and control post-acne redness. It is important to use strict photoprotection
after the procedure. This procedure is often used in combination
with PRP and subcision for best results. So these were the treatments that are effective
for treating moderate to severe acne scars. Your doctor will assess your skin and recommend
the right combination of laser treatment and other treatment modalities. Most people have mixed acne scars, which is
why a combination of treatment modalities is required to treat them. A single treatment modality usually does not
work. In fact, each scar may be at different depths
and be of different intensities. Which is why it is necessary for each individual
to have a customised and unique treatment approach. Acne scars need to assessed in special lighting. It is necessary to assess the puckering of
skin, the visibility of scars when the skin moves, existing acne or pigmentation, original
skin tone to plan the acne scar treatment. I hope that you got the information about
laser treatments for severe scars you were looking for from this video. If you have any questions, you can ask us
on our website www.clearskin.in. Laser treatments are quite effective to treat
sever or moderate acne. But like any medical treatment, the results
may differ based on skin type and the severity of the scars. The results of the laser treatment depends
on how your skin responds to the laser, the type of scars, their severity and how deep
they are, your skin type, tone, texture, and condition. Moreover, the expertise of the doctor in conducting
these treatments, how the doctor assess your skin, which are the lasers available at the
clinic, the treatments suggested for combination therapy, the clinics infrastructure, competency
of the clinic staff, and the aftercare of the skin are some of the factors that play
an important role in the success of your acne scar treatments. That is why each patient shows different results
for their treatments. Consult with your dermatologist, and follow
their treatment and medication and care for your skin. You will definitely get good results, and
the appearance of your scars will reduce. All the best. Thank you.

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