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Acne Treatment Compensation Claims     

Laser Surgery to Reduce Acne Skin Condition

Acne is a skin condition which causes the development of pustules and spots. The acne spots are caused by the blockage of oil-producing glands in the skin which when clogged become infected and inflamed. Acne normally affects the areas of the body which produce the most oil such as the face, shoulders, back and chest.

Treatments for acne can include creams and medication, but cosmetic acne treatments are also available to deal with acne scars. Cosmetic treatments include dermabrasion and laser treatment can work for patients suffering from moderate acne.

When, however, there is acne treatment negligence during your cosmetic treatment, you may require acne treatment solicitors to make a claim on your behalf.

Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are the leading cosmetic surgery law firm in the UK and we are expert at delivering successful acne treatment compensation claims.

If you think you have suffered acne treatment negligence, then discuss your potential claim with us on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back so you can start your acne treatment compensation claim without any delay.

Acne Treatment Improves but is Temporary

Acne and acne scarring can cause huge anxiety and stress as well as a serious lack of confidence. While acne affects 90 percent of adolescents, it isn’t purely a teenage disease and can continue into the adult years where it can result in deep wounds and scarring.

Acne treatment can improve the appearance of acne scars but it is not a permanent or complete solution. Any improvement cosmetic treatment for acne provides for the patient is temporary and will require further care.

If your acne hasn’t improved as you had been promised by your cosmetic surgeon or if you believe that there has been acne treatment negligence during your treatment then you could receive considerable acne treatment compensation when you make a claim.

Your first step to starting a claim for acne treatment negligence compensation is to talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors.

Discuss your acne treatment negligence claim with us on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our expert acne treatment solicitors and start the acne treatment claims process today.

Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors and Acne Treatment Compensation

We set up a cosmetic surgery law firm especially to help victims of plastic surgery negligence. And in the ten years since our establishment, we have an outstanding success rate.

When you have suffered acne treatment negligence, your best choice for no win no fee acne treatment lawyers is Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors.

You can start the process of acne treatment compensation by:

  1. Calling our expert Acne Treatment Negligence Claims team on 0800 634 0285


  1. Asking our acne treatment solicitors to call you back only when it suits your schedule


  1. Detailing how your acne treatment went wrong and our experienced medical negligence solicitors will tell you on what grounds you can make an acne treatment negligence compensation claim


  1. Once you’ve agreed to proceed, our dedicated acne treatment solicitors will take it from there

How Acne Laser Treatment Works

The most popular cosmetic treatment for acne uses lasers.

Laser treatment can be used to treat mild to moderate acne scarring. Lasers tackle the scarring from acne by destroying the upper skin layers to take away the scar indents. This leads to a smoothing of the overall appearance and feel of the patient’s skin. Acne laser treatment normally takes about 30 minutes.

There are two main types of acne laser treatment:

  1. Ablative laser treatment destroys the epidermis or top layer of the skin to expose the lower layers of skin tissue and encourage new skin growth to smooth down the acne scars.


  1. Non-ablative techniques encourage new growth without removing the top layer of your skin but target the underlying dermis by heating up the skin to encourage new skin to grow. This stimulation of collagen growth helps repair some of the skin damage caused by the acne scarring. Non-ablative techniques aren’t considered as effective as ablative techniques but have a lower risk of side-effects and faster recovery time.

If you feel you are suffering from an acne treatment gone wrong, then call us now on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our acne treatment solicitors to start your acne treatment compensation claim today.

When your Acne Treatment Has Gone Wrong

When a patient’s acne treatment is completed, any redness or bruising of the skin normally subsides within a few days. But if your skin doesn’t settle or there is some other indication of your acne treatment going wrong, then you may need to consult an acne treatment solicitor.

Do you think you may have suffered from acne treatment negligence? If you have, you may have experienced some or all of the following symptoms of acne treatment gone wrong:

  • Hyperpigmentation – the skin appears darker than normal or leaves a dark mark


  • Hypopigmentation – lightening of the patient’s skin


  • Inappropriate scarring after the acne treatment

If you’re suffering from any of these issues indicating acne treatment negligence then you may be able to make a claim for acne treatment compensation.

Speak to our Acne Treatment Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 and start your acne treatment negligence claims process now.

Claim Acne Treatment Compensation with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors

We are the leading cosmetic surgery negligence solicitors in the UK with a reputation for delivering the best possible results for acne treatment negligence claims for compensation.

In 95% of Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors’ clinical negligence claims cases pursued after obtaining medical evidence, our clients have been awarded over £2.5 million in compensation when they’ve been victims of cosmetic surgery gone wrong.

You can depend on the expertise and experience of Michael Saul, Head of Cosmetic Claims and his team of clinical negligence solicitors when you make an acne treatment negligence claim for compensation.

If you feel you are suffering from an acne treatment gone wrong, then call us now on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our acne treatment solicitors to start your acne treatment compensation claim today.

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