Say Good Bye to Pimple Scars and Acne Marks with Laser Treatment
The market for wellness therapies has just begun to grow in India. While previously, cosmetic surgery was only the preserve of the rich, the drop in costs and the easy availability of various world class technologies has opened up a whole new market for people seeking cosmetic surgeries.
Lasers have changed the way treatments for things like acne and pimples are done. Previously most people depended on home remedies like using a face pack or applying toothpaste on a pimple. Ablative laser technology has ensured that surgery now takes no more than a few hours and ensures that things like rashes and adverse reactions to chemicals are a thing of the past.
Ablative laser skin resurfacing for acne scars treatment is a process where the upper layers of skin are vaporized using a controlled laser beam. The resulting healing and restructuring of the skin helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
India has witnessed a growth in the number of people opting for cosmetic surgery procedures in the last few years. With costs dropping and awareness about such procedures increasing, more and more people are opting for small surgeries which can improve and enhance their looks.
Acne and pimple reduction surgery involve the use of a laser to create thousands of perforations on the acne scar. The skin around these scars remains intact. This allows the top layer of skin's to heal faster. The advantage of this surgery is the fact that it reduces the time required for the skin to heal. Also a calibrated approach with a careful analysis of the skin ensures that there are no adverse reactions after the surgery.
The application of a cream based anesthetic ensures that patients do not feel any discomfort during the procedure.
These treatments work on all skin types and will guarantee you that glowing complexion.
A host of clinics have come up in India that offers these services. Oliva clinic in Hyderabad is one of the pioneers in this field. The growth of clinics and the availability of trained dermatologists have ensured that people can safely opt for such procedures.
India has long been regarded as the birth place of cosmetic surgery, with references to such procedures being found in ancient texts like the Charaka Samahita. It’s only natural that a country that has such a history will readily adopt techniques to enhance one’s looks.
While almost everyone has regards acne and pimples as a teenage problem, the truth is that the scars that these leave behind remain for life. Rather than carrying the pimple scars for life, a few hours with a cosmetic surgeon could change your life and your looks. One of the major benefits of this surgery is that it leaves the skin looking younger. It also helps deal with pigmentation and eases fine lines and wrinkles. Scars are nasty reminder of the times all of us have struggled with pimples while growing up. Today you have a choice of not letting the scars of the past affect your future.
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