Ablative fractionated CO2 resurfacing yields excellent result for severely atrophic traumatic scar on the face.

Abstract

Ablative fractionated resurfacing has gained significant traction as an effective treatment for acne, burn, traumatic, and surgical scars over recent years. We report a case of a severely depressed, atrophic scar on the cheek of a middle aged woman treated with a 10,600 nm factionated CO2 laser. Serial treatments were performed, resulting in marked improvement in scar contour, texture, and overall cosmesis. Our report highlights the utility of ablative fractionated resurfacing for the treatment of post-traumatic, atrophic scars on the face.

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@article{Jensen2014AblativeFC, title={Ablative fractionated CO2 resurfacing yields excellent result for severely atrophic traumatic scar on the face.}, author={James D. Jensen and Cooper Keane and Conway C. Huang and Marian Elizabeth Northington}, journal={Journal of drugs in dermatology : JDD}, year={2014}, volume={13 7}, pages={861-2} }