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Acne Laser Treatment: Acne Lasers
Diode laser therapy: Diode lasers are capable of destroying the sebum-producing glands located in the dermis (the deep, vascular inner layer of the skin). But these lasers don't affect the epidermis (the outer, visible layer). It is more painful at times than the previous two procedures but analgesics can usually take care of the pain. As with other acne laser treatment, temporary redness and/or swelling of treated areas are the most common side effects of diode laser therapy.
Photopneumatic therapy: This is a combination acne laser treatment. It involves vacuum suction along with blue and red light therapy. The เลเซอร์หลุมสิว suction aids in removing the oil and the dead skin cells that clog up the sebaceous glands. After the suction, blue and red light therapy is employed to destroy the P. acnes bacteria, which boasts the side benefit of reducing inflammation.
Photodynamic therapy: This is another combination therapy involving topical medications and light. The treatment involves applying photosensitizing agents to enhance the effect of light on the skin. The light's colors are either blue or red and are administered in a pulsed format. As in other laser treatments, redness and swelling are the side effects of this therapy. Additionally, the skin may crust and-ironically-acne breakouts may occur.