Can you laser acne atrophic scars off the face?

Yes. There are many treatments for acne scars ranging from actual surgery to dermabrasion to laser ablation or resurfacing. Often. Multiple treatments may be required. Laser resurfacing can often be quite painful during the recovery phase.
No. Scarring can be improved with laser and non-laser treatments. Scarring cannot be completely removed, however.
Sometimes. Use of lasers can improve some scarring areas, but may result in changes of pigment in the skin. Lasers can help by some skin tightening to lessen the scar depths, but often cannot safely remove all evidence. Some use a combination of mechanical dermabrasion to "plane" the skin, followed by laser to resurface the skin and improve texture of the sites.

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Which is better for acne atrophic scars: fraxel laser or dermabrasion?

The. The outcome from fraxel treatment is usually much more pronounced and more controlled than dermabrasion and microdermabrsion will not have much effect on the deeper layers of the skin. Read more...

What is the best treatment for acne atrophic scars on the face?

Lots of options. Depending upon the size, location, and depth of the scars several techniques can be used to help improve them. These include the use of lasers, dermabrasion, or excision. The last option is best for isolated, deep pits as the resultant scar will be much more acceptable than the acne scar being treated. Only after an exam would one know which option (or combination of options) would be best. Read more...
Acne Scar Treatment. There are many things that can be done for acne scars. Those that are deep can be excised. The more superficial ones can be treated with either a laser (which I prefer) or leveling peel. Frequently both methods need to be employed. See a plastic surgeon with experience in both for a consultation. Read more...
Try Bellafill plus. Bellafill is filler approved for optimal and long lasting correction for atrophic acne scars. Depending on extent of scarring, Bellafill may be used alone or in combination with other treatments like laser resurfacing and peels to treat acne scarring. Read more...

Is there any non-surgical way for getting rid of acne atrophic scars over the face?

CIT & fat grafts. I have found that collagen induction therapy with needling and fat grafting can provide some improvement in atrophic scars. Others may require excision. Read more...
Dermabrasion? Dermabrasion or laser resurfacing may help to smooth out the surface by flattening the non-atrophic areas between the scars. Whether you consider these treatments to be non-surgical or not is a different matter. Significant recovery and the possibility for complications (color changes, lighter or darker, chiefly) are possibilities with both. Read more...
Yes but... Depends on what you consider non-surgical. Peels, lasers, and/or dermabrasion all may help. Seek a local facial plastics md or dermatologist for good recommendations. Read more...
Yes. Ablative laser is effective in improving if not completely removing acne scars. However, ablative lasers (co2, erbium, fractional ablative) do have 7-10 days (or more) of down time, and are performed by mds only. Read more...

How many visits is laser scar removal for face acne?

One or more. Fractionated laser will offer improvement in only one visits, although repeated sessions at least one month apart will offer greater improvement-50-70 per cent overall improvement. Read more...

Acne scars on face deep can fractional laser improve how much percent?

Many options. There are a variety of methods to improve acne scars - the best method(s) depend upon the nature of the scars. Fractional co2 lasers are very helpful. Some scars may be so deep that surgical excision of the scar is the best solution. There is no way to obtain 100% improvement but more than 50% improvement with a single treatment should be expected. Read more...
Partially. Honestly, deep acne scars are difficult to treat with our current methods. At best, even with a good laser resurfacing treatment, 50% improvement would be considered a "good result". Read more...

What are other ways to treat acne scars rather than using lasers and face lifts? Any home reemedies or over-the-counter products?

Acne scars. If you already have scars from the acne, the safest thing will be to see a dermatologist and determine the best treatment option for you. Most home remedies and OTC products are not effective and some could be harmful. Read more...