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By vanjore.sinjore, January 22, 2018 in Scar treatments
+1, totally agree with BA's plan. Subcsion with Nokor however I would consider blunt dissection with cannular subcsion as well. Why? Because of the extent of scarring. Nokor is more accurate, and provides finesse to specific scars, blunt dissection with HA will improve your cheeks, with less chances of haematoma- seroma. The key is to work UNDER your skin - namely break up bond holding your scars down, then replace loss volume (atrophic scars) with fillers. As suggested by BA, follow up with RF microneedling - this allows more scar remodelling directed vertically as well as to stimulate your immune system to lay down more collagen- elastin. You will need multiple treatments, but these scars can be dramatically improved with the correct combination. Laser is not the first line solution.
A clear case for revolumizing with filler or fat. You can make a case for Sculptra here because you need quite a bit of volume. Although it is not instantly reversible, but will take years to degrade naturally. Subcision and HA filler (brands like Voluma, Restylane Lyft) is a good way to gauge if you actually like the effect. If you like your how face looks with more volume, than you can do something more long lasting like Sculptra or fat. There is of course permanent fillers, but I would be careful with those because you would need quite a bit of it. Injecting permanent fillers at those kinds of volumes does pose a greater risk.
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