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  1. Yeah they most likely use nurses to administer rather than consultants. I've decided against sculptra. I was doing research last night and there were too many horror stories for me to ignore. I'm not willing to take a risk with it but I'm still desperate to sort out these scars.
  2. I will enquire with the following clinics as well https://www.sknclinics.co.uk/treatments-and-pricing/sculptra https://www.dermaskin.co.uk/treatments/sculptra/ https://skindoctorclinics.co.uk/face/lines-and-wrinkles/sculptra.php https://www.skinmedical.co.uk/anti-ageing-treatments/sculptra/
  3. I'll send him an email with the information in this thread and find out how much he charges. It seems like a big deal going to another country for treatment but I suppose it is better than wasting money on treatments that don't work.
  4. I can relate. I'm 32 and I still have problems with eye contact. I'm also still very much reclusive. If I could erase my remaining scars and if I could have a hair transplant, I think I would still have these issues to some extent. It took it's toll on my mental health when I was younger.
  5. Thanks for the reply. I've heard of sculptra but I'm still not entirely sure what it is... some kind of semi-permanent filler that encourages collagen growth? From what I gather, Dr Emil is in Denmark? How much would he charge for sculptra or voluma?
  6. Thanks for the reply. With regards to subcision, I would have to ask the doctor to be careful as the skin is thin in this area on my nose. Do you think some subcision with juvaderm is enough to get collagen growing? I will contact Dr Emil, although I live in England.
  7. Are there any reasons why you wouldn't suggest far grafting?
  8. I had scar revision on this scar two years ago and it stretched apart, making it quite sunken. There was an existing depression above the scar and they have both kind of joined together, giving me a linear area of sunkenness. It looks worse than in the picture. I have had this scar for years and it's depressing me. I live north-west England and I am at a loss on what to do and where to go. I don't trust a lot of doctors here because they want to charge thousands of pounds for all kinds of s
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