It is always wise to seek a second opinion, just be certain that subcision is your best option. I would question the doctor because he is pushing Re:store and not Re:pair. You can tell by the price.
So you're saying that Juvaderm is
a 100% temporary solution? That's what I'd previously thought; the plastic surgeon I saw today told me that it can help regrow collagen, so that some people may not come back for more injections after the second round, if they're happy with their skin's level of improvement. In other words, he was alluding to Juvaderm being a form of permanent treatment, which just seems fishy to me.
I should also note that he initially acted as if he doesn't know what subcision is, and then told me that it can worsen scarring. I feel like he tried the "playing-dumb" tactic, then tried to scare me out of the idea of it, so that I'd opt for Juvaderm and laser. But my rolling scars aren't super-deep as to need laser, I don't think.