You are wrong. The burden of proof is here on you..
Subcision begins from the healthier skin ..If you try to begin the subcision needling from
the center of the scar the results will be minimal. With subcision you also eliminate the fibroblasts
that make the walls of the scar and they block regeneration..
You are also wrong if you believe subcision replaces the scar with more scar tissue.
Even if subcision doesnt promote any tissue growth, the scar that is cut out with the needle would
be replaced with the same amount of scar tissue that had being lost,,but not with MORE scar tissue.
User's testimonials are really positive when it comes to subcision..
I havent seen a single person being against subcision .
I am one of the veteren members here since 03, and I was one of the first if not the first to write about subcision on this forum. I've had subcision several times.
I have no idea what you mean when you say subcision starts from the healthier skin. Actually doctors take great care in avoiding doing subcision on healthy skin, you definately want to avoid healthy skin because like I said subcision actually causes scar tissue below the surface. A doctor enters the skin with an Admix Nokor needle and starts cutting up the scar tissue that is tethering down the scar. The area subcisioned fills with blood and the scar elevates. As the blood goes away, new tissue in the form of more scar tissue takes its place. Sometimes the scar tetheres back down. Don't be mistaken, the new tissue is not healthy tissue, it is more scar tissue below the surface.
That is also why one of the risks of subcision is nodules and firm lumpy skin at the site of subcision, because the new tissue below the surface is in fact more tough fibrous scar tissue.
If subcision didn't result in more tissue growth, what would be the point? You wouldn't get an increase in volume and the scar would be at the same elevation as you first started. You also said something about cutting the scar out. You aren't cutting anything "out," this isn't liposuction so no volume of tissue is sucked out or lost. Think about it like this. Think about the scar tissue as roots or ropes, you just slice through them, that is all. You aren't taking any volume out. You slice them apart and let more tissue fill in to connect the strands together, making them longer and letting the scar to elevate.
Why would you think running a spatula shaped needle under your skin back and forth vigorously and causing damage to lower layers would result in healthy tissue regeneration? That makes no sense.