Acne scars and marks doesn’t only refer to the pigmentation or red spots left behind by acne, sometimes severe acne also results in pits and indentions on your skin. The two main kinds of indented scars are Boxcar scars and rolling scars. Boxcar scars are similar to chicken pox scars and have angular, well-defined edges that make them appear like a box. They create an indentation in the skin and are most often found on the temples or cheeks. Rolling scars create an indentation in the skin that looks like a wave, due to its wide size and shallow depth.
Dermal fillers are a great way to treat and potentially get rid of certain types acne scars, being particularly effective for rolling scars and some less defined boxcar scars. They are safe and well tolerated, with great results to fill the depression associated with scars. They are excellent for volume loss caused by acne scarring.
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