The scars of acne (such as varicella scars) have the peculiarity that they are placed under the surface of the skin leading to skin pulling downwards and formed imprint (dent).

For the effective treatment of acne scarring the first goal should be the solution and destruction of this scar fibrosis inside the skin and then providing help to regenerate the skin in order to have the best possible aesthetic restoration.


A) For the destruction of the internal scarring of the skin we recommend:

1) Micro-Needling of the skin with a medical device

The procedure is done with a special device in the form of pen or roller. Causes little injury to the skin so the patient returns to daily activities immediately. To complete the treatment 4-5 sessions are required spaced 4-8 weeks apart. It is a treatment that can be followed even during the summer months.

2)      Fractional RF (Radiofrequency).

Fractional RF is a device that operates with frequencies which have the potential to cause a minimum and controlled injury to “break” the inner skin scarring. This method also provides immediate return to daily activities. It is effective in moderate and severe forms of acne scars. To complete the treatment 4-5 sessions are required spaced 4-8 weeks apart.

3)      Fractional Laser CO2


This surgical laser has the ability to pierce the skin deeper and tackle even difficult cases of acne scars. The return to daily activities is immediate but in the early days after the treatment session special-care skin care is required by the patient who undergoes the treatment (emmolient creams and sun-blockers). It takes 2-3 sessions spaced approximately three months between them. This method can provide help to even very severe cases of acne scarring.


B) Restoration of skin who suffered the scar-breaking injury


1) Autologous mesotherapy (PRP) in treatment of acne scars

The PRP is the patient’s own plasma containing over 300 to 350.000 platelets / uL. Isolated by the process of centrifuging, after taking a small amount of blood from the patient (20 to 40 ml).

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment is based on the use of growth factors isolated from our blood. Growth factors are natural components of our organization. These proteins are present in platelets with the ability to enhance tissue regeneration. During PRP procedure we provoke the release of these growth factors from the platelets (with the aid of an activator solution). So the final product of PRP is our own plasma enriched with platelets growth factors.

Growth factors contribute to a better and faster rebuilding of the skin because they stimulate fibroblasts to produce new collagen and elastin. This has the effect of improving the texture of the skin. They also stimulates fibroblasts to produce our own hyaluronic acid resulting in moisturizing the skin, which results in the firmness and skin shine.


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