Acne scarring is one of the most dreaded and long-lasting outcomes of inflammatory lesions. Despite the extensive list of available treatment modalities, their effectiveness largely depends upon the nature of the scar. In addition, satisfying results are not guaranteed.
Acne or pimples happen when the pores of the skin get filled with oil and other excretes from our skin.The sebaceous glands in the skin have the function of lubricating the skin. It releases sebum which sometimes gets trapped due to the blockage created due to the overproduction of oil by the skin.
Acnes may go away with treatments, but they leave some distinguished scars behind.
Most modalities of surgeries have been seen to be inconsistent and are highly surgeon dependent while chemicals have various side effects.
There is a plethora of options available when it comes to treating acne scars. These include excision, punch grafting, dermabrasion, and tissue augmentation, use of chemicals and laser treatment, primarily.