Scarring

The appearance of acne scarring can be a painful reminder for the many individuals who suffer from active acne. When acne penetrates the skin deeply, damage can occur to the tissue. As the skin begins to clear the acne, the body attempts to repair the damage. During this healing process, collagen is produced, which is a protein that gives the skin support. If during this process too little or too much collagen is produced, then a scar can occur. Additionally, an individual's likelihood to scar can depend on a number of reasons, including genetic variables and trauma to the skin (i.e. picking). These scars may diminish an individual's self-esteem, and Dr. Day wants to help. Acne scarring is of the utmost importance to our office at Day Dermatology & Aesthetics and we use a variety of multi-dimensional treatments to reduce the appearance of scarring. From Endymed Intensif to Vbeam to Eurothreads, the medical team will create an individualized approach to treat your specific type of scarring with cutting edge tools, technologies, and techniques. Once you have an appointment with Dr. Day, she will consult with you and create your own treatment plan!

V-Beam

Our state of the art pulse-dye laser is especially effective against the hyperpigmentation associated with acne scarring.

Endymed Intensif includes dermal skin remodeling by utilizing the latest microneedling technology with radio frequency. The treatment stimulates collagen, which helps to reduce the appearance of acne scarring.

EuroThreads are FDA approved to lift and fill the skin by building collagen. They are very effective in improving the appearance of acne scars, wounds, and superficial scars.