Can a Facelift Improve Acne Scars?
Acne scars can be a source of discomfort and embarrassment and a detraction from your overall appearance. They can also be incredibly frustrating to try and get rid of. Facelift surgery may diminish the appearance of acne scars for some patients. However, the degree to which the procedure succeeds in this can vary widely from person to person.
To learn what a facelift can and cannot do for your appearance, call board-certified Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Vasdev Rai at (972) 392-3511 and schedule your consultation today.
Treating Acne Scars
Facelift surgery is not designed to address acne scars, but many nonsurgical treatments are. Options such as chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing can help reduce the visibility of acne scars and, in some cases, eliminate them altogether. These non-surgical treatments can also address other skin imperfections that cannot be corrected through facelift surgery such as rough patches of skin, sun and age spots, and pigmentation irregularities.
Dr. Rai is pleased to offer patients in Dallas, Fort Worth, and surrounding areas personalized treatment options for optimal results. The best way to learn which of our surgical or nonsurgical options are ideally suited to perfect your appearance is through a one-on-one consultation at our comfortable and inviting office.
To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Rai, please contact the Cosmetic Surgical Center today.
Dr. Vasdev Rai
Dr. Vasdev Rai has performed more than 25,000 cosmetic surgeries over his more than 30 years in practice as a Dallas plastic surgeon. He is a board-certified plastic surgeon who was first certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery in 1983. Learn More...
Dr. Surjit Rai
Dr. Surjit Rai was born and raised in Plano, Texas. Being the son of a plastic surgeon, Dr. Rai had the unique opportunity to see first-hand the impact a plastic surgeon can have. He knew at a young age that he would dedicate his life and academic career towards the goal of becoming a plastic surgeon. Learn More...