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  1. Improvement from your subcisions in %? 10, 20, 5%? Your skin is not that bad at all.
  2. Hello firefish, Did you saw improvement with your subcision+ filler treatments? What type of filler was used? I know this is the worst lightning possible : I see scars with very sharp shoulders, this type of scarring is generally super hard to improve. Are you able to travel? (UK, Denmark?)
  3. Thanks a lot for updating & the honest documenting! Agree with you : almost 0% (major dents) You should see most benefit from filler. Is your scarring still tethered (looks this way) or why did Rullan not considered fillers? But again : scarring like this : I've never saw improvement over 30-40% at max.
  4. So any updates? Improvements? .. no improvement at all, right?
  5. Hey, thanks for updating! Progress on your left cheek looks pretty good.. although I noticed that your current afters are no close ups like your befores of the first post.
  6. Oh no, what happened? I hope she checks back..
  7. 4 days? impossible. It's not even the same person..?
  8. is there any study or website that explains the 'demonic' in more detail? All I got from this drug is a fcked up body. I've got some pretty serious long term sides like @seattlegal90. But no explanations why.
  9. I don't get it why so many people (adults in their late 20s) are unable to accept their mediocrity. But that's all part of the journey. Your skin looks normal, nobody will reject you bc of this condition. So I agree that seeing a therapist is a good advice in this case. And pls, calling someone beautiful usually does more harm than good. No woman (+BDD) buys that, especially when it comes from other women.
  10. Can you explain that in more detail, @beautifulambition?
  11. Depends entirely on the scar's severity, area of location & personal healing, imo. Grade 1-2 scarring (ice picks, superficial rollings, etc) : up to 70-80% on cheeks is possible. Temples/forehead is a different game though. Grade 3-4 scarring (greater atrophy, fat loss, sharp borders, etc) : anything beyond 30-50% rarely happens. (never even saw a true 50%, thb.)
  12. ^ This is a before under similiar lighting Looks good. At least 40% improvement right now (that's a lot for 2 subcisions+filler) But everyone measures differently. Thanks a lot for updating.
  13. I would always go by the shadowed areas. At a certain point their presence becomes visible to the full extent when angled lighting is used. Of course, you have to look for this certain point/angle (usually not too close to the face & slightly below the affected areas as seen in your first b&a's) If your texture appears more or less harmonious after scanning your face for the next time this way, there are no more questions left. It happens quite often. Scar revision usually com
  14. It's not that hard, actually. Being honest with oneself can be quite tough, sometimes. Improving grade 3 scarring (you're even closer to 2 than 3, I should add) to 1 is an event nobody here wants to miss. Almost feels kinda cryptozoological. So what's the matter with donating some footage? Be the first!
  15. Who diagnosed you with grade 4 scarring? Is this your own assumption? Sry but telling from your pics- this is not grade 4. I don't know what to think of your afters, thb. The last pic of you with the towel wig looks very good actually, but lighting & angle are totally different.
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