Friday, 21 April 2017

Are Cosmetic Facial Fillers the Answer for Acne Scaring? Consult Dr. Brian Evans MD

Acne scars and other depressed scars and deficiencies can often greatly benefit from hyaluronic fillers like Restylane and Perlane. Filling depressed scars is an effective treatment that is nonsurgical, minimally invasive, and gives benefits that can easily last six months to a year, and in some cases, longer.

Can fillers improve scars?

You may have an indentation from acne scars, a surgery, a cut from a sports injury, or for a number of other reasons. This deficiency can stand out in your appearance and detract from your facial aesthetics. For some, scars can even be painful reminders of past problems. Fillers like Perlane and Restylane are often the best option for diminishing the visibility of scars on the face by eliminating skin irregularities and restoring the skin to its natural texture and shape. By filling in the deficiencies that are responsible for these indented scars, you may find that your scars are no longer noticeable. Facial fillers are safe and minimally invasive treatments that require little to no recovery time. This, combined with their effectiveness, make them the leading choice for acne scar treatment without the prolonged recover associated with surgery.

Can Laser Resurfacing to treat scars?

Laser treatment at first seemed like a promising technology, but it has never reliably delivered great results, and it is associated with many complications, including permanent disfigurement. Laser resurfacing for acne often yields no results, or - worse - it can make things worse. An erbium laser generally provides only minimal improvement, while something like CO2 laser resurfacing is so aggressive that it can damage your natural pigmentation. Fractional CO2 skin treatment are often big disappointment and very expensive. It is almost always much safer and more effective to choose acne scar fillers than laser treatment.

How to Find a Facial Fillers Expert

Treating facial scars is both a medical procedure and an art that should be performed by a doctor who specializes in treatment with facial fillers. Your doctor, whether a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon, should also possess the great artistic skill needed to precisely place the filler for the best aesthetic results possible. It can be tough to know where to begin when trying to assess your potential treatment provider's ability, experience, expertise, artistic ability, specialization, and so on, but with some careful research you can find someone well-qualified to give you great results. When seeking someone to help you remove acne scars, always find out whether the doctor will personally perform the procedure or instead use an assistant to administer your treatment. Only choose a doctor who will personally treat you; after all, you don't know anything about the assistant's ability, and your results will be much better when the most qualified doctor performs them, rather than a non-physician in training.


An assistant may cost less, but your results will likely not be as good. Carefully study your potential doctor's scar removal before and after photos, noting any changes in camera angles or lighting conditions. If you don't like what you see in the example photos, you probably won't like what you see in the mirror later either. Make sure that your doctor has a lot of experience in filling scars on the face. Choose a doctor who specializes in facial fillers. Every doctor has special areas of talent and experience. Just as you wouldn't go to the same doctor for brain surgery and heart surgery, even if both are leading surgeons, you need to choose a doctor who makes fillers and facial cosmetic treatments a focus of their practice. Finally, evaluate how well you get along with your potential doctor at your initial consultation. You should feel comfortable around your doctor and confident in his or her ability to help you. Sometimes for reasons beyond explanation a doctor and patient don't "click" together, in which case it's okay to move on.


Consult with an Expert in Facial Fillers, Dr. Brian Evans MD, and providing treatment with facial fillers in West Hills Hospital in West Hills, CA as a major focus of his practice. Dr. Brian understands how to correct the focal loss of fat often seen underneath acne scars and other types of scars because of his extensive education, fellowships, and practical treatment experience.

Brian Evans Plastic Surgery has great success in helping women overcome adult acne by restoring hormonal balance and optimizing their diet. Your doctor at our West Hills Hosptial & Medical center facility will help you choose the right acne treatment for your skin.
If you’re frustrated with acne products, consider contacting Dr. Brian Evans to get your acne under control. Call us (818) 676-4001 today!
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