Energy‐based devices for the treatment of Acne Scars: 2022 International consensus recommendations

@article{Salameh2021EnergybasedDF,
  title={Energy‐based devices for the treatment of Acne Scars: 2022 International consensus recommendations},
  author={Fares Salameh and Peter R. Shumaker and Greg J. Goodman and Leah K Spring and Meghan Seago and Murad Alam and Firas Al‐Niaimi and Daniel Cassuto and Henry Hl Chan and Christine C. Dierickx and Matthias B. Donelan and Gerd G. Gauglitz and Merete Haedersdal and Andrew C Krakowski and Woraphong Manuskiatti and William B. Norbury and Rei Ogawa and David Ozog and Uwe Paasch and E Victor Ross and Matteo Tretti Clementoni and Jill S Waibel and Ardeshir Bayat and Boncheol Leo Goo and Ofir Artzi},
  journal={Lasers in Surgery and Medicine},
  year={2021},
  volume={54},
  pages={10 - 26}
}
Acne scars are one of the most distressing and long‐term consequences of acne vulgaris, with damaging effect on a person's physical, mental, and social well‐being. Numerous treatment options are available including surgical and nonsurgical techniques, depending on the clinical presentation. Although considerable advances in the development of new treatment technologies and applications have been made in the last decade, international treatment guidelines and reimbursement schemes have not yet… 

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