Hello and welcome to the forum. We appreciate the question. First, we are a member to member peer community and always recommend you see a doctor in person for evaluation. Scarring after acne is so unfortunate and leaves an emotional toll. Luckily, dermatologists have different things they can do to eliminate this or at the very least minimize it. Here is an article that is helpful, you can copy and paste into your browser. https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/guide-to-treating-acne-scars-and-skin-damage In the article, it has a section that gives a description of three commonly left behind results of teen acne and it helps to identify which you have. Ice pick: deep but small pits OR Boxcar: sharp angles and edges; can be shallow or deep OR Rolling: tend to be wide and shallow (wavy look) due to damage under the skins surface. Skin laser resurfacing is very effective in treating this. A chemical peel is another way that is often economical. But please talk to a dermatologist for the best approach for you.