After the treatment of severe forms of acne, it is common the scar installation.

Scars can be atrophic (peak ice) or wide submerged or wavy and eventually
hypertrophic (keloid). Scars are in the areas of pre-existing acne, ie, face,
back, shoulders, chest and buttocks. Apart from the above methods I
mentioned above, laser applications and especially fractional ones, that is,
fractional microwave fractional system play an important role in the repair of
acne scars.
How to achieve scar remediation:
1) by breaking down fibrous bundles that cause thickening of the skin
2) by activating the skin proteins that cause regeneration, such as collagen
and elastin, that is, by activating the fibroblasts, we induce
neocollagenogenesis. The main methods of laser scar repair in invasive
dermatology are:
a) Laser peelers: sophisticated fractional cause selective sublimation and
peeling where needed, resulting in rapid healing. It is applied gradually and at
low intensity in repeated 3-5 monthly sessions until we achieve the desired
b) Laser we use for "red" and discolored lesions that remain after acne
treatment (Dye Laser: Yage, V-Beam, Q-Switch, Mosaic).
The above machines can also be used on a case-by-case basis.