A noninvasive treatment from a pulsed dye laser should be no problem from a safety standpoint. I'm not sure it will make much of a visible difference, though. The indent will fill in on its own, and I doubt the laser treatment, which even in theory takes several months to work, may well not hurry up the end result enough to notice.
Thank you! Are there any creams or anyway else possible to stimulate collagen production when atrophy occurs?
Not that I know of.
I received the V-Star laser for about 8 months, 6 treatments. I had mostly macules and since I didn't pick at my scars, they weren't deep. In fact, my doctor was surprised that I had used Accutane in the past since I didn't need it. The doctor also prescribed Dynacin, Benzoyl Peroxide 10% wash, Plexion, and Desowyn lotion.
I didn't have major breakouts but after I started the laser, my acne breakouts increased and especially in areas that didn't ever get acne such as my jaw line and upper lip. Is there a possibility that the laser, or medicines or the way the laser was adminstered could have heightened my problems?
I had been told that I only need 2 treatments, but I paid for the 6 session package because it was a better deal.
Any suggestions? Do you think more laser treatments would fix the problem or just increase it? Plus, if I didn't receive any of the scar treatment benefits from the laser, did I receive any other benefits that I might not be aware of?