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Leeman44

Acne Scar Under Light Photos

the scar isnt noticeable at all and i dont know why you keep making the same post about the same thing when people told you what to do and what kind of scar it is lol

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Seriously dude, you've posted about this for how many times now?

This looks very mild. This is easily corrected with subcision and hyaluronic acid fillers like Perlane or Voluma. Try that. I believe it will give you a lot of improvement on these mild scars.

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No actually on the left side of my face these are different and new.

Really unnecessary to be rude on a forum trying to help people, if you have nothing constructive then dont bother, rudeness isn't needed atall?

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Go back and read the responses you got on the other ten or so topics you've started. The more you post the same thing, the fewer helpful answers you'll get since people are starting to get annoyed.

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why are you feeling down about 2 or 3 scars ? need to realize noone is perfect and theres really no need for any treatment for it or it will become worst if thats what you really want

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I guess.. Because I've never had any skin problems.. And now all of a sudden when I get to 22 and eat well drink well and look after myself my skin gets bad.. And starts scarring.. Which i never had growing up. And i notice it everyday.really sorry to annoy people

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He's just looking for answers like everyone else here, dude go to a cosmetic dermatologist or a board certified plastic surgeon and start to see what kind of treatments are available for you, since there is not extensive scarring you should be able to achieve pretty good results from a multiple treatment approach. Do you still have active acne?

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That's the thing, many people offered advice, but it didn't even seem like he was listening or he didn't get the answers he wanted. We're all insecure about our scarring, that's why we're here, but it helps to keep some perspective. These are mild and very much treatable.

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Occasional spot yeah but whenever the come on the cheeks they scar no matter what?ive booked in for subscision in April with Dr orteu.

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One question guys, i know you have all suggested subscision, do you feel anything else would be helpful judging by the below photo?post-374044-0-27435900-1394751314_thumb.post-374044-0-76926600-1394751289_thumb.

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Thanks Leeman, these pics are helpful. I'll reiterate and say that in this particular case, subcision AND fillers will help. The subcision done first will release the scar if they are tethered, and fillers will replace the volume. Choose a long lasting filler like Voluma (18 months supposedly).

These scars are gently sloping and do not have sharp edges, so I think subcision and fillers will be best suited for them. See how you do with that combo before doing something more radical like lasers.

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