7th December 2022
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We have many different options for scar revision.
Dermal roller: Skin Needling with a dermal roller produces hundreds of tiny dermal injuries, each one triggering the normal healing response within the skin. Successive treatments build new collagen progressively, filling in depressed scars and deep lines.
RF Microneedling: Minimally invasive RF thermal energy creates fractional electrocoagulation in the dermis which facilitates a natural wound healing process (WHP). WHP promotes the remodelling of collagen and wound contraction, which improves scarring.
Co2 Laser Resurfacing: This method is very effective for older white scars. The Fractional CO2 and Erbium Lasers are particularly effective in the treatment of post traumatic, atrophic and acne scars. These lasers remove the very top layer of the skin and stimulate the growth of healthy new skin. When the new skin grows back it is smoother than before, and the appearance of the scar is normally reduced. Laser resurfacing may be riskier for individuals who have dark skin colours. Usually more than one treatment is necessary for maximum improvement
Steroid Injections: Can be administered into the hypertrophic or keloid scar. The raised scar tissue will become softer, flatter and whiter in colour, matching the surrounding skin. Steroid injections can improve symptoms such as itching or pain. Several sessions are usually required to produce good results.
Dermal Filler: Can be strategically placed to fill in depressed scars and deep lines.
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