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Approximately 95% of people with acne vulgaris will suffer from scarring following the initial acne inflammation. Most common are trophic acne scars caused by collagen loss during the healing process. These depressed scars can be further classified into icepick, boxcar and rolling types. Hypertrophic acne scars, caused by increased collagen content are considered less common.
Acne scars may result from damage to the skin during the healing of active acne. The two causes of acne scars formation can be categorized as either a result of increased tissue formation or, the more common cause, loss or damage of tissue. Additionally, acne scars can be divided into 3 basic subtypes: icepick scars, rolling scars, and boxcar scars based on their width, depth and 3-dimensional composition.
The EnerJet Acne Scars treatment can help improve the appearance of all acne scar subtypes. It is suitable for all skin types, requires minimal downtime and can be carried out year-round.
EnerJet2.0 acne scars treatment modality will enable treating all scar subtypes, year round, applicable to darker skin types, and will achieve results in minimal downtime.
A powerful jet injection blasts compounds into the deeper layers of the skin, inducing a deep volumetric micro-trauma effect with an optimal spread of the material. The jet stream disperses the skin enhancing agent laterally, covering 100 times the area of one 32G needle’s entry point while leaving minimal signs on the outer layer of the skin.
The synergy between two effects sets in motion a cascade healing processes, resulting in a natural healing and hydrating process that generates production of new collagen, ultimately generating skin thickening and tightening.
Treatment of acne Scars Using Subdermal Minimal Surgery Technology.
“Subdermal minimal surgery technology has been introduced to overcome the therapeutic weaknesses of other treatments. Subdermal minimal surgery technology uses a high-speed jet containing HA molecules, pneumatically accelerated to penetrate the skin through tiny entry points in the epidermis. Sophisticated control precisely spreads the jet laterally within the dermis so that each application uniformly treats a 10- x 10-mm tissue area. This high-mass particles spread inside the dermis with great momentum…” Jin Woong L., Beom Joon K., Myeung Nam K., Chang Kyun L; American society of dermatologic surgery, 36:8:August 2010.
But this is not all EnerJet can do…
This new, clinically proven non-thermal modality for aesthetic medicine enables a fast, safe and effective treatment for kinetic non-surgical facelift, dermal thickening and wrinkle reduction for the face, neck and décolleté, acne scars, keloid and hypertrophic scars, C-section scars, stretch marks and more.
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