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JohnMarston

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About JohnMarston

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  • Birthday 11/06/2001

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    Biology, Chemistry, Math. Future Med student! :)

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  1. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    You have to see him in person for him to assess your scars, no picture can tell him how fibrotic your scars are and what needs doing. @Sibel I just sent him an email then made an appointment, he does treatment same day as consulation in my case. He can take a few days to respond just be patient
  2. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    here's how things currently look, almost 2 weeks post OP, apparently by 2 weeks 75% of swelling is gone.... we will see though. Things seem too good to be true
  3. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    The whole point is that it acts as a buffer to prevent re-tethering not for volume - it doesn't matter that it only lasts 6 months because by that time the scars can't re-tether. @JohnThegreat
  4. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    Sure @Jck17 will update before next appointment to show result of this sub in aprox 3 months
  5. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    Nokor @connectland
  6. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    @JohnThegreat temporary, HA FIller, lasts 6 months or more. Will get sculptra in future which lasts a few years and stimulates your own collagen
  7. JohnMarston

    I'm desperate.

    Vascular or V-Beam laser will take away the red marks
  8. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    @Umar99 Didn't stay at a hotel, did everything the same day. I think in total like £700
  9. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    fresh scars 2-3 months old are very easy to treat using lasers @JohnThegreat , speak to BA
  10. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    No scars on temple area, only on my cheeks, mild scarring on my left, moderate on my right. @JohnThegreat
  11. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    Thanks. Flew from Gatwick to Copenhagen, this took about 2 hours. Then a train from Coppenhagen airport to Odense, this took 1hr 50 mins. Then from Odense train station to Emil by taxi was around 20 mins, it is within walking distance of the station if you fancy a walk Hope this helps. @HeavyRun Some serious bruising now! I will link a google docs on the first page so it is more easy to follow treatment progression rather than having to scroll through pages on here.
  12. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    Thanks <3 @JohnThegreat
  13. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    much too soon to tell, swelling makes scars invisible... give it a month and then you will see the result @JohnThegreat
  14. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    Some more info: Emil said I had A LOT of fibrosis, even in my left cheek where there is minimal scarring, therefore he used a NOKOR needle over cannula. The subcision itself was totally painless, though the injection of the anaesthesia gave a painful burning sensation, very unpleasant. I think he used lidocaine. Heard lots of popping as he sword away at the tethering, quite satisfying. The entire thing cost only £500 aprox, this included the consulation and sub + filler. Very pleased, he was a v
  15. JohnMarston

    Acne Scarring 2018 - 2019

    Chu doesn't use filler, scars will re-tether simple as that. He is stuck in his ways. Emil does use filler, he used HA Filler on me, so my scars are less likely to re-tether. Also, emil offers lasers and is getting Genius RF in the future so I thought it best to see him, and he is one of the best scarring doctors out there. The rest of your comment doesn't apply to me. Subcision does work for the vast majority, you might just be a poor healer, I don't know.
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