Does plastic surgery or facial reconstruction get rid the scarring from acne breakouts?

Yes. Skin resurfacing, facial tightening, and fillers can be used to treat acne scarring alone or in combination.
Depends. Depends on the scarring. best bet: see a facial plastic surgeon or dermatologist for advice.
Yes and no. Acne scars are like any scar, once you have a scar you have it forever. What will try to do is to change the scar to be less visible and look better. There are 2 type of acne scars (ice pick and dish) and are treated differently. Treatments include fillers, resurfacing, or punch excisions. Your can improve the scars but not get rid of them.
Yes in some cases. Depending upon how severe the scars are some surgical methods may be effective for improving the appearance. As well some laser resurfacing techniques recently have been shown to be particularly good at improving the appearance of acne scars.
Laser abrasion. Several options are available, but the most effective, in my experience, is laser abrasion, which smoothes out the edges of the scars to make them less visible. Find a dermatologist who has done lots and lots of them; you don't want a beginner doing this procedure.
Options exist. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon or dematologist to evaluate your personal options. This may include lasers, chemical peels, dermabrasion or prescription skin care. There are many options and you need a regimen tailored to your specific situation and expected results.
Can improve it. A combination of resurfacing with fractionated co2 lasers, volumizing depressed scars with sculptra or other facial fillers, and direct excision of deeply pitted scars will greatly improve the appearance of acne scars.

Related Questions

Is there any way to get rid of acne scars, 100%? I mean are plastic surgeries done for acne scars removal?

Can improve scars. Plastic surgery can significantly IMPROVE acne scars with a wide variety of modalities, ranging from skin emolients to injectables, to dermabrasions or Laser resurfacing....Dr. Csaba L.Magassy. Read more...

What is a way to get rid of scars without plastic surgery?

Many options. There are many different ways to try to improve the appearance of scars. The best place to start is with a consultation with a dermatologist or plastic surgeon who can review the expected results with skin care, resurfacing procedures, injections or surgical techniques. Unfortunately this is often a difficult problem and you need to go in with the expectation of improvement, not perfection. Read more...
Scars. There is no way to get rid of scars. Even plastic surgery doesn't get rid of scars. There are techniques to try and make the scar less noticeable. Read more...
Scar improvement. It depends on the type of scarring. Significant scarring can be improved , but not be erased. This may involve surgery, injections or topical treatments. There are some types of scarring that may respond to laser treatments. Read more...
Scar tretaments. Several options are available for scar reduction: silicone gel silicone sheeting mederma kelo-cote scar massage tape a study in the journal of plastic and reconstructive surgery several years ago compared these and found that although none showed statistical significance for scar reduction, the one that had the best overall response was silicone sheeting. That is what I use in my practice. Read more...
Scar Management. There are several treatments to improve the appearance of scars ranging from scar massage and silicone based products, steroids injections, lasers and radiation. You should seek a consultation with a specialist to see which one is indicated for you. Read more...

How do you get rid of those deep acne scars? & tighten your face? & make your hair thinker & grow way fast? All without surgery or spending bug bucks?

Dermatologist. You may need a prescription strength acne medication to help with scarring. For your hair, you may need to see a dermatologist for evaluation on your hair, nutrition, age, activity, genetics etc. Read more...
Get a magic wand. It truly is difficult to defy mother nature. There are few if any magic tricks that are free. Your diet and exercise and leading a sensible life of moderation avoiding extremes and poisons (tobacco) within the context of your genetics will determine your growth. Acne scars are permanent marks in your skin that can be improved but not removed. Read more...

How do I get rid of my acne scars without surgery?

Acne scars. Acne scars, like all scars, are permanent. The best you can achieve is that you make them less visible. Scars being full thickness skin damage, as such, require a fairly aggressive treatment to improve them. Laser resurfacing, done by competent practitioner will give a good result. For smaller areas punch excision or subcision can be done. Read more...
No Magic. Unfortunately scars are permanent. With that said we can do things to make them less noticeable. First any active components should be treated medically. Then deep pock marks can be punch excised and finally the skin can be smoothed some with dermabrasion, chemical peels or laser resurfacing. Expect a noticeable improvement but not a miracle and you will be happy. Read more...

Could you have plastic surgery to remove acne scars?

Yes! Yes. The best treatment is resurfacing with combined fractional erbium beam laser and complete superficial resurfacing with erbioum beam. Read more...
Yes as last resort. There are many non-surgical options you should first consider prior to resorting to surgery. First and foremost is prevention of future acne attacks. Read more...
Acne scars. One important factor is prevent new scars-get your acne under control. Find a dermatologist to tackle that with you. Most treatment to improve the appearance of acne scars use special technology to remodel the skin. The device I use to treat acne scars is called ematrix--see for info: http://www.Smacboca.Com/e-matrix-sublative-rejuvenation.Html other options include fractional lasers or subscision. Read more...
Options exist. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon or dematologist to evaluate your personal options. This may include lasers, chemical peels, dermabrasion or prescription skin care. There are many options and you need a regimen tailored to your specific situation and expected results. Read more...

I don't have money for plastic surgery for my really bad acne scars. What else do I have left to do?

Dermatologist. Acne scarring can be treated by a dermatologist. See your family doctor or internist for a referral to a dermatologist who treats acne scarring. Read more...
Dermatology clinic. Plastic/cosmetic surgeries are quite expensive, but you maybe able to find a lower cost option by finding a nearby/regional dermatology residency training/clinic. The residents, are supervised by trained dermatologists, can provide excellent care, often at a lower cost, maybe even free. In the meantime, see doc to get acne treatment to avoid further acne development/trouble. Best of luck to you. Read more...