Collagen P.I.N. Offers a Pluralistic Approach to Scar Revision

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A wide variety of treatments for atrophic acne scars have been developed over the years. Every procedure has a different role in treating acne scars, with treatments better suited for certain scar types than others. With individual scars varying widely in type and depth, it can be difficult to determine the best treatment for the variety of scars you may encounter in aesthetic settings.

A Pluralistic Approach to Scar Revision

Aesthetics isn’t once-size-fits-all. Combining multiple procedures can elicit dramatically improved results to a degree unobtainable by each individual procedure alone. The varying morphology of acne scars, especially when multiple types of scars are found in the same patient, suggests the need for combination therapy to provide the most effective treatment services. The importance of post-procedure care is also critical to optimizing results.

Microneedling has many advantages compared to other resurfacing procedures alone. When performed within a series of conjunctive peel treatments and with suitable post-care, the advantages compound.

  • Lower risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  • No lines of demarcation between treated and untreated skin
  • Significantly shorter downtime (2-3 days)
  • Lower start-up costs compared to similar treatments

The Collagen P.I.N. FDA-cleared 36-PIN needle system delivers smoother, faster microneedling treatments with quicker results and less downtime. A better experience for both patient and provider.

Chemical peels are a great way to introduce new patients to the process of skin resurfacing and can be a gateway to more invasive procedures like microneedling.

Donald Clemons, MD Medical Director at Renovus Medical Spa

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