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I have been researching and can't find anything on these type of scars I thought they were rolling scars but I am not sure are they shallow scars? please help. The picture I attached shows the scar better when kept small. The other scar is in the link it is fig 7 case 4

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Looks like a bit of a combo of rolling and box car..in the figure 7 case 4.

(btw--woah thats bad..I think I died a bit when I saw that pic ) :injured:

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Looks like a bit of a combo of rolling and box car..in the figure 7 case 4.

(btw--woah thats bad..I think I died a bit when I saw that pic ) :injured:

The mans scar looks worse due to lighting trust me I have something similar but is only noticable when I look in tinted windows and at a distance

Anyone else? by the way the picture of the teen I am talking about the scar around his cheekbone.

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not bad sun

its a multifaceted appraoch , but ull get er done

subcission filler and fraxels

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In the link the guy was treated with silicone microdroplet. What would be the difference fron using this to something like sculptra, restylane,collagen? is it that it is permanent?

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In the link the guy was treated with silicone microdroplet. What would be the difference fron using this to something like sculptra, restylane,collagen? is it that it is permanent?

I had the same question.....and I think that other fillers aren’t permanent versus silicone injections. That is the main difference. Its very risky in my opinion....I was contemplating it but I will do fillers that aren’t permanent b/c I don’t want to deal with over-correction or the risk associated with the procedure. It’s more of a risk/reward procedure, huge risk but good pay-off but it can go the other way too...

Also, its also a money issue if u have the money and u can afford to go get the fillers done every 2 yrs(depending on which filler) then u should go for temp. fillers but if u can’t afford to do that go for silicone and take the risk. Idk if that was any help.

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