scarring & acne reduction
Our scarring & acne reduction treatments
We understand acne and scarring can be very frustrating, but we are here to help. A thorough skin assessment and care plan with the highly experienced Cosmetic Doctor is the initial step to treating both acne and acne scarring effectively.
Acne scarring can be more severe and treatment can include laser resurfacing, skin needling and, in some cases, dermal fillers.
It is important to us that each individual has a tailored treatment to effectively address their own individual needs. We highly encourage you to get in contact with one of our lovely staff today to book in for a skin assessment and begin your journey to clear, glowing skin.
tailored treatments to address individual needs
TwinLight™ Laser Acne & Acne Scar treatment
Our innovative and minimally invasive Fotona laser offers a comprehensive solution to the problem of acne. The precisely controlled Nd:YAG laser light safely and effectivelly penetrates into the skin to target and treat overactive sebaceous glands (tiny glands in the skin that secrete an oily or waxy matter) to minimise the risk of developing new acne inflammation. Our unique Nd:YAG laser treatment also accelerates the healing process and stimulates collagen remodelling, which is vital for the long-term treatment of acne.
To improve the appearance of acne scars, we use Fotona's complementary laser treatment - a precise and gentle skin resurfacing procedure where the Er:YAG laser beam is absorbed by the top micro-layers of the skin. This in turn vaporises the scarred tissue and stimulates the production of new collagen in the dermis.
Our Er:YAG laser is safe by providing the minimal penetration depth required for light resurfacing of acne-scarred skin to reveal healthy, undamaged skin below.
What can I expect?
Fast results, without side effects
Gentle ablative scar revision
Safe and effective
Controlled, accurate and precise
Improved skin texture and tone
Stimulated production of new collagen
Reduced acne inflammation
Healthy, undamaged skin
Please note you must always undergo a thorough initial assessment by the Doctor to discuss your condition and the available management options, including their potential benefit and harm, prior to commencing any treatment.