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Acne is a problem for upwards of 15 million people in America, and The Doctors share a new treatment that may help with acne scars.
Aurora has severe scarring on her face after dealing with acne for most of her life. She says people have commented on her acne over the years and it has affected her self-esteem. She tells us she tried a slew of products, including creams, gels, pills, birth control and nothing helped treat her acne. Now, she is left with scars she says not even makeup will cover.
She meets with dermatologist Dr. David Rahimi for the Quadrafecta treatment, which uses 4 different modalities to erase the scars. He says he is able to flatten her uneven skin, remove the scarring and revitalize her complexion.
Aurora and Dr. Rahimi join The Doctors to share the results of the procedure. "I'm very happy. I'm very pleased with the results," she says.
Dr. Rahimi says each scar requires a different type of treatment and the Quadrafecta treatment can help better address the various type of acne scarring. He notes some patients will require multiple sessions or follow-ups to achieve the optimal effect. The cost of the treatment can range from $1500 dollars to $5,000.