ACNE SCAR TREATMENTS

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ACNE SCAR TREATMENTS

No other cosmetic dermatologist approaches acne scar treatments with the same pioneering mindset and individualized approach as Dr. Jason Emer.

After thousands of successful procedure combinations, he’s discovered that the most effective way to improve acne scars is through an individualized blend of cutting-edge treatments designed to maximize results and minimize downtime. He’s also world-renowned for his expertise in treating all skin types and ethnicities.

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QUALIFICATIONS

HOW DOES DR. EMER TREAT ACNE SCARS?

WHAT TO EXPECT

ON YOUR FIRST VISIT

Dr. Emer’s world-renowned expertise in aesthetics extends beyond his treatment rooms. You are welcomed in style to his state-of-the-art and stylish office by staff who understand your needs. Your face is assessed and photographed with skilled yet gentle hands to ensure the results you seek.

The photographing only takes a few minutes and is quite comfortable from start to finish. In addition to standard pictures, Visia and Vectra images are taken to understand/become acquainted with every inch of your skin.

Using these advanced tools, Dr. Emer recommends procedures and explains the results you will be able to achieve. Patients are asked in advance to bring in photos they have taken at home with selfie lights to make sure their feeds are spectacular. Dr. Emer’s dedicated staff tracks progress. Results are seen/visualized in the studio, in daylight and with overhead lights. These varying types of images give your skin the best representation possible, documenting shadows and lights to determine the extent and severity of acne scarring.

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GALLERY

Dr. Emer’s acne scar treatments typically begin by pre-treating the skin with the Enlighten or Cosmelan peel to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation from lasers, followed by punch excision/subcision for extreme cases of scarring. If tissue was lost due to scarring, he’ll use Bellafill injections to increase volume, followed by laser treatments, and then finish by microneedling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and growth factors to increase collagen production and promote healing.

TESTIMONIALS

I came in first for a consultation with Dr. Emer, For CO2 Laser treatment for my acne scars. I have not in recent memory been to a practice that places such importance on patient comfort. They do not rush you; everything is explained to you by one of the most professional teams I have ever encountered. Even Dr. Emer makes you feel at ease and spends plenty of time with you during the consultation. So you don’t feel rushed, like a number but more like a human being. I returned to do a Cosmelan peel yesterday, can’t wait for the final results. Although my relationship is new with the practice I see a long future with them and I would highly highly recommend them.

– Tom M.

I came to see Dr. Emer again, but this time for a chemical peel. Again, the experience at Dr. Emer’s office was great. It’s now been about 3 weeks since my peel and my face/skin looks amazing. I’ve gotten so many compliments on how great my skin looks and I owe it all to Dr. Emer and his team! Thanks guys!

– Andrew T.

As someone who has had super sensitive skin, prone to acne and with acne scars all my life, I will undoubtedly recommend Candace Morino for every procedure she does. Literally the first time in my life I can go out after facials with 0 make-up and not look like a horror star. So happy to have found Dr. Emer and his amazing staff.

– Arpine C.

I recommend Dr. Emer to all my friends & family. I’ve always had problem skin, and thanks to Dr. Emer and his amazing staff—I finally feel comfortable wearing no makeup. Candace is the absolute best for facials. She always recommends the best top of the line products.

– Sarah T.

TYPES OF

SCARS

  • Facial Redness

    Face

    Facial Redness

    Facial redness can be caused by various factors such as sun damage, rosacea, seborrhea, and acne. The texture of the skin is often rough and can be painful. Dr. Jason Emer takes a catered approach to helping his clients improve the look and feel of their skin.If you've been dealing with rough, red skin and want to alleviate this sometimes painful condition, it's important to learn what might be causing your facial redness.

    • Condition: Hyperpigmentation

      Treatment: RF Microneedling

      RF Microneedling such as Skinfinity and Venus Viva, are effective in treating acne scarring, particularly in patients with darker skin tones. Due to the increased risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, dark-skinned individuals should not obtain laser.

    • Condition: Enlarged Pores

      Treatment: Fractional Lasers Dr. Emer uses fractional lasers, such as the non-ablative Fraxel or Icon lasers, ablative CO2 laser, or ablative Erbium laser, to resurface the scar’s texture.

    • Condition: Inflamed Blood Vessels

      Treatment: PRP Microneedling

      Microneedling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and/or stem cells (ACell) helps to speed up the healing process and is an effective complement to laser treatments and topical therapies. Both stem cells and PRP can build and repair damaged areas, allowing for a natural improvement over time.

  • Keloid Scars

    Face

    Keloid Scars

    Thick, raised, and dark red to purple in color, hypertrophic and keloid acne scars may occur for a number of reasons: chronic inflammation, cystic acne flares, surgery or skin trauma, excessive collagen production during the acne healing process, or pure bad luck. Hypertrophic scars tend to be milder and less noticeable than keloids, but both can be sources of irritation and embarrassment.

    • Condition: Discolored scars

      Treatment: Topical Treatment

      Initial treatments for thickened, discolored scars include topical therapies. Dr. Emer’s team customizes the proper combination of silicone-based scar gels.

    • Condition: Inflammation

      Treatment: LED Light Therapy

      Reduces inflammation and blood vessel dilation, which decreases redness and halts further thickening of the irregular collagen.

    • Condition: Raised Scars

      Treatment: Intralesional Injections

      Intralesional injections, such as steroids (kenalog), fluorouracil (5FU), hyaluronidase, and collagenase are used to soften the scar, disrupt the disordered connective tissue, and shrink the scars.

    • Condition: Raised Scars

      Treatment: Vascular Lasers

      Initial treatments for thickened, discolored scars include topical therapies. Dr. Emer’s team customizes the proper combination of silicone-based scar gels.

  • Atrophic Scars

    Face

    Atrophic Scars

    Also known as “rolling” or “boxcar” scars, atrophic scars give the appearance of sunken, pitted indentations in the skin. Atrophic scars are often more visible in side or overhead light—often casting a shadow in the divots and pock marks in your skin—and can appear worse when makeup is applied. To address these depressed scars, Dr. Jason Emer uses a custom, 3-step approach and a variety of minimally invasive procedures.

    • Condition: Pitted Indentations

      Treatment: Soft Tissue Fillers

      To begin, Dr. Jason Emer injects soft tissue fillers—such as Sculptra, Bellafill, silicone, or hyaluronic acid-based fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, or Belotero—to plump and lift the scars and build collagen long-term.

    • Treatment: Fat Injections

      Dr. Emer also injects fat (ideally extracted from your own body) under the scars to fill out larger depressions and indentations. Over time, the fat cells permanently fill the space beneath the scars, smoothing their appearance.

    • Condition: Discoloration

      Treatment: Intense Pulsed Light IPL

      Intensed Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy can also improve the appearance of hypertrophic scars and keloids as well as reduce the scars’ height, hardness, and discoloration.

  • Ice Pick Scars

    Face

    Ice Pick Scars

    Characterized by very deep, narrow pits in the skin’s surface, ice pick scars (also known as pox scars) are stubborn, highly noticeable scars that, due to their depth, do not respond well to lasers or peels alone. While laser treatments are often employed in acne treatments, the lasers only burn the top layer of skin, leaving these ice pick scars untreated.

    • Condition: Ice Pick Scars:

      Treatment: TCA Cross, a procedure in which trichloroacetic acid (a highly concentrated chemical commonly referred to as TCA) is applied with a toothpick, cotton swab or needle to the crater of each scar; the chemical activates and burns the base of the scar, causing the scar to cave in on itself, triggering gradual collagen formation, and prompting a controlled microscab to form. Once the scab peels and the skin heals naturally—which can take up to 6 weeks—patients find that they have smoother skin and filled-in ice pick scars. Based on the depth and condition of the ice pick scars, 3 or more separate spot treatments with TCA may be necessary to see substantial improvement.

    • Condition: Troublesome Pores

      Treatment: Punch Excision

      Using a punch biopsy tool, Dr. Emer carefully cuts around the ice pick scar, removes the scar itself, and sutures it closed. After 5 to 7 days, the sutures are removed, and the deep, round scar is converted to a flat line scar that can then be lasered, peeled, or microneedled for further improvement.

    • Condition: After TCA Cross Treatment

      Treatment: Skin Care Regimen Post-TCA Cross Procedure

      Following the TCA Cross procedure, Dr. Emer’s patients are encouraged to maintain a regular skin care regimen for at least 4 to 6 weeks to ensure optimal results.

Facial Redness

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FACIAL REDNESS

Facial redness can be caused by various factors such as sun damage, rosacea, seborrhea, and acne. The texture of the skin is often rough and can be painful. Dr. Jason Emer takes a catered approach to helping his clients improve the look and feel of their skin.If you've been dealing with rough, red skin and want to alleviate this sometimes painful condition, it's important to learn what might be causing your facial redness.

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Condition: Hyperpigmentation

Treatment: RF Microneedling

RF Microneedling such as Skinfinity and Venus Viva, are effective in treating acne scarring, particularly in patients with darker skin tones. Due to the increased risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, dark-skinned individuals should not obtain laser.

Learn More

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FACIAL REDNESS

Facial redness can be caused by various factors such as sun damage, rosacea, seborrhea, and acne. The texture of the skin is often rough and can be painful. Dr. Jason Emer takes a catered approach to helping his clients improve the look and feel of their skin.If you've been dealing with rough, red skin and want to alleviate this sometimes painful condition, it's important to learn what might be causing your facial redness.

Learn More

Condition: Enlarged Pores

Treatment: Fractional Lasers

Dr. Emer uses fractional lasers, such as the non-ablative Fraxel or Icon lasers, ablative CO2 laser, or ablative Erbium laser, to resurface the scar’s texture.

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FACIAL REDNESS

Facial redness can be caused by various factors such as sun damage, rosacea, seborrhea, and acne. The texture of the skin is often rough and can be painful. Dr. Jason Emer takes a catered approach to helping his clients improve the look and feel of their skin.If you've been dealing with rough, red skin and want to alleviate this sometimes painful condition, it's important to learn what might be causing your facial redness.

Learn More

Condition: Inflamed Blood Vessels

Treatment: PRP Microneedling

Microneedling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and/or stem cells (ACell) helps to speed up the healing process and is an effective complement to laser treatments and topical therapies. Both stem cells and PRP can build and repair damaged areas, allowing for a natural improvement over time.

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Keloid Scars

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KELOID SCARS

Thick, raised, and dark red to purple in color, hypertrophic and keloid acne scars may occur for a number of reasons: chronic inflammation, cystic acne flares, surgery or skin trauma, excessive collagen production during the acne healing process, or pure bad luck. Hypertrophic scars tend to be milder and less noticeable than keloids, but both can be sources of irritation and embarrassment.

Learn More

Condition: Inflammation

Treatment: LED Light Therapy

Reduces inflammation and blood vessel dilation, which decreases redness and halts further thickening of the irregular collagen.

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KELOID SCARS

Thick, raised, and dark red to purple in color, hypertrophic and keloid acne scars may occur for a number of reasons: chronic inflammation, cystic acne flares, surgery or skin trauma, excessive collagen production during the acne healing process, or pure bad luck. Hypertrophic scars tend to be milder and less noticeable than keloids, but both can be sources of irritation and embarrassment.

Learn More

Condition: Discolored scars

Treatment: Topical Treatment

Initial treatments for thickened, discolored scars include topical therapies. Dr. Emer’s team customizes the proper combination of silicone-based scar gels.

P

KELOID SCARS

Thick, raised, and dark red to purple in color, hypertrophic and keloid acne scars may occur for a number of reasons: chronic inflammation, cystic acne flares, surgery or skin trauma, excessive collagen production during the acne healing process, or pure bad luck. Hypertrophic scars tend to be milder and less noticeable than keloids, but both can be sources of irritation and embarrassment.

Learn More

Condition: Raised Scars

Treatment: Intralesional Injections

Intralesional injections, such as steroids (kenalog), fluorouracil (5FU), hyaluronidase, and collagenase are used to soften the scar, disrupt the disordered connective tissue, and shrink the scars.

Atatrophic

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ATROPHIC SCARS

Also known as “rolling” or “boxcar” scars, atrophic scars give the appearance of sunken, pitted indentations in the skin. Atrophic scars are often more visible in side or overhead light—often casting a shadow in the divots and pock marks in your skin—and can appear worse when makeup is applied. To address these depressed scars, Dr. Jason Emer uses a custom, 3-step approach and a variety of minimally invasive procedures.

Learn More

Treatment: Fat Injections

Dr. Emer also injects fat (ideally extracted from your own body) under the scars to fill out larger depressions and indentations. Over time, the fat cells permanently fill the space beneath the scars, smoothing their appearance.

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ATROPHIC SCARS

Also known as “rolling” or “boxcar” scars, atrophic scars give the appearance of sunken, pitted indentations in the skin. Atrophic scars are often more visible in side or overhead light—often casting a shadow in the divots and pock marks in your skin—and can appear worse when makeup is applied. To address these depressed scars, Dr. Jason Emer uses a custom, 3-step approach and a variety of minimally invasive procedures.

Learn More

Condition: Pitted Indentations

Treatment: Soft Tissue Fillers

To begin, Dr. Jason Emer injects soft tissue fillers—such as Sculptra, Bellafill, silicone, or hyaluronic acid-based fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, or Belotero—to plump and lift the scars and build collagen long-term.

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ATROPHIC SCARS

Also known as “rolling” or “boxcar” scars, atrophic scars give the appearance of sunken, pitted indentations in the skin. Atrophic scars are often more visible in side or overhead light—often casting a shadow in the divots and pock marks in your skin—and can appear worse when makeup is applied. To address these depressed scars, Dr. Jason Emer uses a custom, 3-step approach and a variety of minimally invasive procedures.

Learn More

Condition: Discoloration

Treatment: Intense Pulsed Light IPL

Intensed Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy can also improve the appearance of hypertrophic scars and keloids as well as reduce the scars’ height, hardness, and discoloration.

Ice Pick Scars

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ICEPICK SCARS

Characterized by very deep, narrow pits in the skin’s surface, ice pick scars (also known as pox scars) are stubborn, highly noticeable scars that, due to their depth, do not respond well to lasers or peels alone. While laser treatments are often employed in acne treatments, the lasers only burn the top layer of skin, leaving these ice pick scars untreated. 

Learn More

Condition: Troublesome Pores

Treatment: Punch Excision

Using a punch biopsy tool, Dr. Emer carefully cuts around the ice pick scar, removes the scar itself, and sutures it closed. After 5 to 7 days, the sutures are removed, and the deep, round scar is converted to a flat line scar that can then be lasered, peeled, or microneedled for further improvement.

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ICEPICK SCARS

Characterized by very deep, narrow pits in the skin’s surface, ice pick scars (also known as pox scars) are stubborn, highly noticeable scars that, due to their depth, do not respond well to lasers or peels alone. While laser treatments are often employed in acne treatments, the lasers only burn the top layer of skin, leaving these ice pick scars untreated. 

Learn More

Condition: After TCA Cross Treatment

Treatment: Skin Care Regimen Post-TCA Cross Procedure

Following the TCA Cross procedure, Dr. Emer’s patients are encouraged to maintain a regular skin care regimen for at least 4 to 6 weeks to ensure optimal results.

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ICEPICK SCARS

Characterized by very deep, narrow pits in the skin’s surface, ice pick scars (also known as pox scars) are stubborn, highly noticeable scars that, due to their depth, do not respond well to lasers or peels alone. While laser treatments are often employed in acne treatments, the lasers only burn the top layer of skin, leaving these ice pick scars untreated. 

Learn More

Condition: Ice Pick Scars:

Treatment: TCA Cross, a procedure in which trichloroacetic acid (a highly concentrated chemical commonly referred to as TCA) is applied with a toothpick, cotton swab or needle to the crater of each scar; the chemical activates and burns the base of the scar, causing the scar to cave in on itself, triggering gradual collagen formation, and prompting a controlled microscab to form.

Once the scab peels and the skin heals naturally—which can take up to 6 weeks—patients find that they have smoother skin and filled-in ice pick scars. Based on the depth and condition of the ice pick scars, 3 or more separate spot treatments with TCA may be necessary to see substantial improvement.

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SCAR TREATMENT

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LASER TREATMENTS

FOR ACNE SCARS

 

Acne Scar Treatments, Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer

Prior to fractional skin resurfacing or ablative laser treatments, Dr. Emer will pretreat the skin with a Cosmelan Peel or Enlighten Peel to prepare the skin cells and allow for deeper penetration of the laser treatment. When used before and after the laser procedures, Cosmelan and Enlighten can also decrease the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation for patients with darker skin types

LASER RE-SURFACING vs DERMAPEN THERAPY

THE LASER EVAPORATES THE EPIDERMIS

THE PENETRATION CHANNELS ARE CLOSED WITHIN MINUTES AND HOURS

RISKS: BURNS, LONG HEALING PROCESS, LONG LIGHT SENSITIVITY, PIGMENT PROBLEMS, POSSIBLE SCARRING

THE INDUCED COLLAGEN FORMS A NEW CONFLUENT LAYER. FAST HEALING AND MINIMAL RISKS.

DURATION FOR HEALING AND FORMATION OF A NEW COLLAGEN LAYER. ABOUT 6 MONTHS

DURATION FOR HEALING AND FORMATION OF A NEW COLLAGEN LAYER. MAXIMUM 2 MONTHS

ABLATIVE AND NON-ABLATIVE LASERS

Dr. Emer has more than 30

Fractional ablative lasers, such as CO2 and Erbium, are stronger lasers that vaporize the skin’s surface, remodel the skin, and help to improve scarring, discoloration, sun damage, and fine lines and wrinkles in just a single treatment. These lasers use short-pulsed light energy to remove thin layers of skin, promote cellular turnover and collagen production in the treated area, and replace the ablated skin for new, healthier skin cells.

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Fraxel, Clear & Brilliant, and HALO

Fractional non-ablative lasers, such as Fraxel, Clear & Brilliant, and HALO, provide lighter skin resurfacing to treat textural issues and superficial scarring. When used at a low-density, these lasers have a minimal risk of hyperpigmentation and can be used on patients with darker skin types.

Vascular Lasers, including the Yellow Laser, Laser Genesis, Excel V, Aerolase, and VBeam (pulsed-dye laser), are designed to target unwanted or abnormal blood vessels, which is why Dr. Emer frequently uses them to treat facial redness and hypertrophic acne scars (or keloids). Vascular lasers send high-pulsed energy deep into the scar to shrink the thickened collagen and decrease discoloration. In addition to acne, these lasers can help improve discoloration and pigmentation, rosacea, veins, and stretch marks.

MICRONEEDLING FOR ACNE SCARS

Microneedling is big news among celebrities in Hollywood, where perfect skin is a must-have. To treat acne scars, the designated treatment area is penetrated with a microneedling device to trigger pinpoint bleeding and stimulate new collagen production.

This highly effective treatment can be done frequently, with minimal pain and downtime, and is a core part of the monthly skin protocols that Dr. Emer designs for his patients. He also encourages weekly at-home dermaroller treatments to maintain collagen production and encourage cellular turnover between laser sessions.

MICRONEEDLING RF

Microneedling RF uses the same technique but with the added power of radiofrequency energy. Delivering RF energy into the skin increases collagen production and promotes healing, and the energy level can be adjusted according to the severity of the scars. Dr. Emer uses a multitude of microneedling RF devices to customize your specific scarring treatments, including:

InMode Fractora, a non-invasive fractional skin remodeling and microneedling device that harnesses the power of RF to treat scarring and irregularities. The RF energy goes deep into the subdermal layers to stimulate collagen production and thickening of subdermal tissue, resulting in tightened skin, improved complexion, and a reduction in pore size.

InMode Morpheus8, a deeper and more powerful microneedling RF device that can deliver radiofrequency energy 5mm beneath the skin’s surface with little to no thermal damage to the skin’s surface.

EndyMed Intensif, a rejuvenating and anti-microbial microneedling RF device that allows Dr. Emer to tailor the depth of the needles (from 0.5mm to 5mm). At a superficial depth, Intensif can improve crepey skin, fine lines, and wrinkles, while a deeper setting can address acne scars, skin laxity, and stretch marks.

Microneedling RF is also safe and effective for individuals with darker and more sensitive skin because there is no heat applied to the skin’s surface.

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TCA CROSS

FOR ICE PICK SCARS

TCA CROSS is the chemical reconstruction of skin scars (CROSS) using trichloroacetic acid (TCA).

TCA CROSS

A UNIQUE PROCEDURE

This unique procedure is ideal for ice pick scars and is performed by very few professionals, as it requires extreme precision from an experienced expert. In it, Dr. Emer delivers a concentrated chemical solution right to the base of the ice pick scar. The treated area immediately turns white as the skin reacts to the TCA, prompting the production of new collagen. In the days following, the treated area will scab and slowly start to resurface, with significant improvement possible in 3-6 treatments.

TCA CROSS can be combined with other treatments such as lasers, peels, and microneedling to get more improvement quickly.

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Dermal Fillers

For Acne Scars

Dermal fillers such as silicone, Bellafill, Belotero Balance, Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Restylane, Restylane Silk, Restylane Lyft, Voluma, Renuva and Sculptra can be used to raise acne scars and give them a smoother appearance. Other filler options include natural body fat, and Volbella. This treatment, though, is typically used in combination with lasers, microneedling and sometimes TCA CROSS for optimal results. Dr. Emer will make specific product recommendations during the consultation phase based on your unique needs and skin type.

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Dermal Fillers

Acne scarring comes in a variety of types. For example, there can be rolling, tethered and boxcar scarring. The imaging mentioned in the earlier section allows Dr. Emer to tailor scarring treatments. Subcisions with dermal fillers break the bonds that weigh the skin down. Filler is used to stimulate collagen. This combination works best for tethered and atrophic scars.

FIGHT ACNE SCARS

WITH LONG-TERM INJECTABLES

Fat injections, synthetic matrix cells such as Renuva, stem cells and growth factors like PRP can all be used to increase volume and collagen production under acne scars, immediately lifting the scar and providing long-term structure that can improve the scar’s appearance. Here’s how it works:

Dr. Emer injects Renuva, which is a purified synthetic matrix of fat cells that integrates into your tissue like it was your own. Over time, this permanently fills space under the scar and smoothes out its appearance.

He may also fill with Sculptra or Bellafill. The products Dr. Emer selects will depend entirely on your scarring, skin type and other unique factors. Finally, stem cells and PRP are injected into living tissue to help build and remodel damaged areas, for natural improvements over time.

SUBCISON

FOR ACNE SCARS

Acne scars are formed when the top layer of skin is being pulled down, which creates a divot and a shadow. With subcision, Dr. Emer inserts a blunt cannula under the surface of the scar to release the top layer of the skin, which breaks up the scar and allows him to then use lasers, microneedling and fillers to minimize the depth of the divot

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PUNCH EXCISION

FOR ACNE SCARS

Some scars or so deep or broad they need a more aggressive removal that is surgical. A circular indentation is replaced with a linear scar that is larger than the original indentation, but easier to treat with lasers, peels, microneedling, and skincare.

During punch excision, the acne scar is surgically “punched” out of the skin with a blade fits just around the scar itself and the wound it leaves behind is immediately sealed to begin healing. Punch excision is especially good for deep boxcar and ice pick scars with clear, sharp edges. In a variation on this technique called punch elevation, the scar’s core is elevated to the level of the surrounding tissue and then reattached, making it less noticeable.

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SKIN

Dr. Emer’s aestheticians are the best in the world and have years of experience in customizing skin care protocols and at-home treatment plans to compliment the office laser, microneedling and peel. Our proprietary, in-house facials and chemical peels have been developed to work simultaneously with our combination treatment plans to prepare the skin for lasers and more aggressive treatments, as well as maintain improvements.

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