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  1. Yes the procedure is called an excision.
  2. maybe its the photo but it looks non existant
  3. Make sure you're using a good moisturizer as well. Your skin could be getting dry, making it redder.
  4. It can sometimes last for several months or even several years, there are treatments to accelerate the healing process however.
  5. Would it be possible to have skilled surgeon excise that out? or is that out of the question.
  6. I feel like subcision would probably help you nicely.
  7. Thanks for your reply! Subcision looks interesting. However, in my country it isn't really an established method. There's a plastic surgery clinic that offers subcision with fillers. Are fillers good or do they just give temporary results? Fillers can give results but they are only temporary, I would use them as a last resort sort of thing.
  8. Apparently the lumps are quite common and will go away eventually, I wouldn't worry too much about it. Quite improvement btw
  9. Subcision for sure, should be quite easy to fix.
  10. Are you saying you plucked a hair and that happened? If so no that is not usual, plucking a hair shouldn't leave a scar let alone an indent.
  11. As the previous poster stated subcision would probably work well on those scars. I wouldn't say scars are completely reversible, but you can certainly get 70-90% improvement. If they are bothering you you should get to a dermatologist who can hopefully set you on the right path.
  12. I second the other poster that you should see a reputable dermatologist if its really bothering you, they can at least set you down the right path. also you skin looks like a good candidate for subcision which is pretty noninvasive treatment besides some swelling and is usually quite effective. It's hard to tell how large your scars are from that photo but excision could be something else to consider, you'd be left with a different but hopefully more visually appealing scar. Try not to fret too
  13. No this probably wont scar, just make sure not to pick at it.
  14. Just wanted to pop in to say that it looks great, won't be able to notice anything was ever there after awhile.