30th March 2023
Answer: Hi Shazad,
There is something that can be done about this. It is worth mentioning at the outset that, nothing will completely get rid of either of these scars. That's not specific to your scars, but a general point about any scar
Once we put that on the table, it then becomes a question of the type of scar, and which treatment will be most effective at reducing the scar the most
You have a very aged surgical scar, and most aged scars respond well to microneedling. This treatment is effective in smoothing out texture and promoting tissue repair in your body so you heal the scar better. There is a downside for you though. The location of the scar being on the forehead, would, in our experience, restrict the improvements you can expect
The one caveat to all this would be, I am presuming the scar isn't a keloid scar. I presume this because of the fact that it's aged. But if it is keloid, we have very little in terms of treatments in our clinic, that we can do about them
These same points apply to your chicken pox scar.
If the scars are pigmented, then skin peels may also be suitable to improve their appearance
We'd welcome a chance to discuss the more specific details of your scars, and you can reach out on our profile (Smooth And SImple, Manchester)
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