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Cubsfan24

One big scar between eyebrows

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Hello all, 

I have used this forum for years for acne scars, but since the treatment responses are always so helpful and detailed, Im wondering if anyone could help me determine the best options to possibly treat this 10+ old scar from a freak sports accident that results in several stitches and a broken nose? The skin in this area is SO very thin as well.

 

Sorry if this is not allowed because it's not acne, but Im having trouble getting reaponses elsewhere, and this forum is always top notch.

Thanks :)

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May be you need subcision and filler in this case or filler itself if not tethered.  But you need to find a very experienced derm for this case since lots of vascular present in that area and any mistake might lead to blindness. 

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Fillers would make a huge difference there.

Most derm won't perform subcision there isn't it's too close to the eyes.

Make sure you find a good dermatologist because cannulating or injecting into an artery or vein can cause permanent blindness since it's close to the eyes.

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1 hour ago, Cubsfan24 said:

Wondering if TCA would help?

It can. I've applied TCA to a sliced scar and it showed very good result. But it will require numerous applications over a long time.

As for using filler, the final result will not look good when there's any deep line or demarcation (like a boxcar edge). You want to smooth out any hard lines first, then get filler. Subcision wouldn't be such a bad idea as already mentioned. Major arteries usually run along the sides of the nose, so no big worries about possible blindness.

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4 hours ago, Sirius Lee said:

It can. I've applied TCA to a sliced scar and it showed very good result. But it will require numerous applications over a long time.

As for using filler, the final result will not look good when there's any deep line or demarcation (like a boxcar edge). You want to smooth out any hard lines first, then get filler. Subcision wouldn't be such a bad idea as already mentioned. Major arteries usually run along the sides of the nose, so no big worries about possible blindness.

Thanks..what percentage TCA would you recommend?

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