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Sam

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  1. Edit by MOD: Your not allowed to post that here, please goto a board certified Dr for treatment, we are not a site for Dr's or training them on how to do procedures. Your post had nothing to do with Obagi Skin care. Rules Broken: Linking. Linking to an external website will only be allowed if the information provided there is relevant to the topic, and if it does not conflict with the board rules. Linking to websites containing illegal or objectionable content is prohibited. Re
  2. Pacerma, I feel exactly the same as you most days since taking Roaccutane back in the mid to late 90s.I believe this drug has damaged my serotonin (the chemical that makes you happy) permanently and death now outways the motivation to live. The University of Bath and the University of Texas did tests on mice and monitored the effects of the drug (Roaccutane) on the chemistry of the cells that produce serotonin.They found out that Roaccutane increased production of proteins and cell metabolite
  3. What age are you Marrakech?
  4. Yes,I did say collagen is fragile.I read about collagen being very fragile some years ago. I have already had subcision done on the 14th Oct 2017. Should I wait 3 months to see the results of the subcision and suction,or is it still possible to have the dermapen and prp done now?
  5. My Derm offered to do subcision,dermpen and prp for a certain price,but I decided on the subcision only,bc I want to try it with the suction method,and bc Mr Matt had good results with these two same procedures.I've had subcision, dermapen and dermaroller done before,on separate occasions,but never two of these procedures together. Please,can someone tell me if I should have done all three procedures at the same time? Has anyone had subcision,dermapen and Prp done at the same time?... Did y
  6. Does anyone know if Subcision can be done on the neck,or has any1 had it done on the neck?
  7. Every GP practice has a funding to help their patient get treatments done on the NHS,its was called Primary Care Trust (PCT) but finished in 2013.Your GP should have a funding,but like my GP,he lied to me.I told my Derm what my GP had said,who then wrote him a letter,and I ended up getting my treatment done on the NHS. If they don't do scar treatment in your area,then you can still have it done in another town/city.Your GP practice will then pay for the treatment from the funding they get each
  8. I would try excision,cutting out the bad scar to leave a neater scar.
  9. So what is the difference?...with respect ,oh yes,he's an expert in that field of work. THE BIGGEST MISTAKE IN LIFE IS TRUSTING ANYONE.
  10. Read Raster's post about treating certain scars and lasers,about 3rd from bottom. /topic/372332-how-much-improvement-is-this/?do=embed">
  11. Needling breaks down the scar tissue,popping/ripping noise.I wouldn't say massaging could breaks down the scar tissue,scar tissue is tough and can sometimes bend needles.
  12. I had Co2 (had it done free on NHS),it did nothing to help the deep acne severe scarring that I have.Even if I had 10 Co2 treatments,I don't think it would have got rid of the acne scars. Co2 can only take half a mm of skin off in any one given treatment,going deeper risks further scarring.Co2 damages the dermis,needling doesn't. Beautifulambition is right,there is no quick cure for acne scars.Needling can even take 3 years to see good results.
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