Scarring left behind from acne can be frustrating and permanent. We offer a number of different treatments to help correct and smooth out your skin.


The Icon uses fractional laser light microbeams to reach deep below the surface of the skin and create areas of affected tissue. Then, the laser energy activates the body’s own collagen and elastin production mechanisms to generate new, healthy skin cells to replace the areas of laser-damaged and scar tissues.

What to Expect During Laser Scar Removal
Reducing the appearance of acne and surgical scars is fast, with treatment sessions lasting about 30 minutes. Fractional resurfacing with the Icon 1540 is much less invasive compared to ablative laser procedures, resulting in a faster recovery time. Most patients experience minimal downtime, with some mild redness and swelling for a couple of days. Since these treatments are fractionated and less invasive, generally 3 – 5 sessions are recommended for full results. These are performed every 4 – 6 weeks. Laser scar removal treatments are suitable for all areas of the body, including the face. The Icon is FDA-approved and can treat all skin types.


Infini Microneedling is a breakthrough treatment that combines radiofrequency energy and microneeding in one modality. Scar remodelling is caused when the formation of new collagen is stimulated, resulting in smoother more refined skin. Radiofrequency Microneedling is well-suited to treat acne scars because of the ability to treat all skin types with minimal recovery time.

Infini treats both the superficial and deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production as well as improving the skin’s texture. Infini gives visible results more quickly than conventional micro needling, stimulating collagen while protecting more sensitive skin. For the treatment of acne scars, a series of 3-5 treatments is generally recommended for optimal results

Learn more about Infini RF Microneedling.

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us today at (570) 802-0102 (Berwick Office) or (570) 829-0031 (Wilkes-Barre Office).