How to get rid of Pimple Scars

Best Pimple Scar Treatments: Fractional Laser, Dermal Fillers or Skin Needling

Everyday many question how to get rid of pimple scars. Pimple scars are formed when a pore swells, which will cause a break in the follicle wall. If the lesion is very deep, it will be filled with infected material, which will then infect healthy skin tissue. New collagen will be formed, which helps to repair the skin. The skin will then form a scar. If too much collagen is formed, a raised pimple scar will be formed, which is called a keloid scar.

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Many often wonder how to get rid of pimple scars. There are many professional treatments that can help get rid of pimple scars. Those include but are not limited to Fractional Laser treatments, Skin Needling, and Dermal Fillers. Each treatment can be discussed with your skin specialist that will be performing the procedure as to what the benefit or risks of each treatment is.

Fractional Laser Option

Many skin specialists will state one of the best ways on how to get rid of pimple scars is fractional laser treatments. This very safe and effective method has minimal risk associated with it. The treatment should be performed 3 to 5 times with a 3 to 8 week session in between each treatment. Results are typically seen within a week after the first treatment. Collagen will continue to build after the last treatment for 3 to 6 months. While price can vary, a treatment for the entire face is estimated between $900 to $1400. When deciding on how to get rid of pimple scars, it is best to know that fractional laser treatments works well on scarring that is mild to moderate.

Skin Needling Option

Another treatment many learn about when learning how to get rid of pimple scars is skin needling. Skin needling has been around since the late 1990s. A roller, which has more than 200 fine needles, is manually applied to the skin in a crisscross motion. Collagen is then stimulated once the skin is punctured. Typically 4 to 6 sessions are needed for skin needling, which are spaced out 4 to 5 weeks apart. A recovery time of 7 to 10 days is generally needed. Skin needling can be used on all skin tones and types. Cost will vary based on how big the treatment area is, with an average cost of about $400.

Dermal Fillers Option

Many skin specialists will recommend dermal fillers when a patients asks how to get rid of pimple scars. Dermal fillers offer great results with effects lasting a few months to a year. They are extremely effective in treating rolling scars, as well as boxcar scars. Pimple scars will be injected with a dermal filler that the dermatologist has selected for the skin after a numbing cream has been applied. Each injection site will only take a matter of seconds, then the area will be massaged and evaluated to determine if more filler will be needed. Ice packs will be offered to control the pain. Most treatments take only a matter of minutes, however, it could take up to an hour depending on the patient’s needs. A patient can return to regular activities in most cases immediately after the procedure is performed. Typically, cost for dermal fillers vary based on the filler used, with the price range being $450 and up.

Should an individual want to learn how to get rid of pimple scars, they have many resources available at the dermatologist office. If pimple scars plague you, schedule a consultation with your skin specialist to review treatments that can help relieve any pimple scars. Learning how to get rid of pimple scars is a battle that can be won.

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4 replies
  1. Hazel grace says:

    Great article on how to get rid of pimple scars. I myself have some that I would love to be able to get rid of. Acne or pimples are just awful enough to have and then to have to live with the scarring is miserable as well. I am not sure which one is worse. I think it is great that there are so many different ways to successfully get rid of pimple scars. I look forward learning more about fractional laser treatments, dermal fillers and skin needling. I have never heard of the skin needling, and it sort of sounds interesting to me. I may try to have that option done as I need a fix for this face. I never thought that I would find a way on how to get rid of pimple scars but it looks like there really are several different ways.

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  2. help?? says:

    Pimple scars are something that my best friend suffers from. She has had the scars for several years now, right after her acne started to clear up and then got worse again. It has made her very self conscious about the way that she looks. Which is such a shame because she is a wonderful person, inside and out. People are so mean to her. She does have lots of scars on her cheeks. Hers are the icepick kind, that look like someone stabbed her multiple times with an icepick. I want to know which of these options would be good for this kind of scarring? I see that dermal fillers are good for the boxcar and the rolling scars. Would one of these treatments be more beneficial to her than others based on the type of scar that she has? Neither of us has any experience with how to get rid of pimple scars, so any help would be greatly appreciated. I look forward to learning more about each treatment and surprising my friend with the information so we can get her to feeling better about herself!

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  3. Trish says:

    Pimple scars were something that used to plague me. I was broke out terribly in my younger teenage years. And I was not too bright and I picked at the acne, hoping it would make the pimples go away sooner. But it only left me with huge pockets on my face that have never went away. I finally had enough one day after looking in the mirror and went to see my dermatologist. She decided that dermal fillers were an option for me. I have had it done, and while there was a sensation when my scars were injected, it was not really that bad. Ice helped to control the pain, and I was able to return to work right away as well, which really pleased me. I must say that it was eight months ago that I had the dermal fillers injected and I still look good and feel good.

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  4. sherlock says:

    I have suffered with acne all my life and would love to learn more on how to get rid of these pimple scars. This article made me see there are some options out there for me. I always assumed that once you had a pimple scar, it was there for good. I guess I should stop assuming. I think that I will do some more research on the fractional laser treatment. It sounds like the best treatment for me based on what I have read here. I will do some research and then talk to my local dermatologist to see if this treatment is right for me or not. Wish me luck!

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