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About lianghaochen

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  1. Dr. Michael Lai in Toronto, he's not taking more patients though....talk to your family doctor, he/she should offer that too.
  2. for hypertrophic scars, I get steroid injection to the site, worked pretty well. He charges me $10/shot, so far I had 2, planning to get a few more whenever I get time. I live in Canada though, dunno about wherever u r from.
  3. Apparently it was how it's normally done, the doctor performed subcision first, then injected fat underneath, the doctor promised 5 years of result(I think). I just tried to search for the post, but can't seem to find it. It was done in Toronto by doctor Jain if you wanna search for it yourself. Edit: Thread found: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php/topic/87866-rolling-scars-treatment-in-toronto/page__hl__padma+jain__fromsearch__1
  4. probably not a good choice.....i read someone on this board used lyposuction fat for fat graft.
  5. mine is similar to yours, but deeper. doctors suggested smooth beam or c02 laser. I think I'm gonna see a plastic surgeon about subcision. BTW, you have to wait for at least 6 months after accutane to start any treatments.
  6. try steroid injection, i have a little one on my jaw, it worked great.
  7. As far as I can tell, all of those testimonies referred to micro-swelling, which can last up to two weeks after the last treatment depending on the laser. I don't think anyone, including dermatologists and the people pushing the machines, are claiming that the swelling is an actual result. I read from a bunch of people seeing no improvement after a year. Based on what I have read so far, subcision seems to be a MUCH better option, more effective with a smaller price tag. Check out greg's post,
  8. I've heard quit a bit of testimonies on this forum that laser is not permanent.
  9. I believe they are referring to this product http://artisticstyle.org/ysl-to-amp-up-their-skin-care-game.htm
  10. According to this post, you can scar-free excision. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php/topic/291706-scar-treatments-overview/
  11. I'm a little skeptical about scalpel excision, sounds too good to be true...any pictures?
  12. it seems you still have active acne...i think you should take care of that first before treating scares.
  13. idk, haven't got it done yet, i heard from a week to a month.
  14. According to the literatures I read, scars appears worst on day 6, it just gets better after that.