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  1. Is Juvederm vycross filler safe? Is it pointless since it biodegrades after 12 months? I might combine vycross with subcision, but what is the point if the filler biodegrades? Won't the scar re-appear?
  2. I have always had oily acne prone skin and also with cystic acne. I have one scar in particular that bothers me more than any other and it's an ice pick and it's right on my cheek bone. I also have one on my nose that bothers me pretty bad. This past year I went to the dermatologist and he gave me spironolactone and tazorac. The spironolactone helped a lot with the cystic acne. He then had me do dermapen. I had 3 treatments before I realized I was blowing $200 everytime and it wasn't ever going
  3. beautifulambition Veteran Member 73 168 posts Gender: Male Location: San Francisco, CA Interests: Improving my acne scars, ^Adam Levine is a inspiration of perfect skin. Done:Subcision,Retin-A,Microneedling,Dermal Graft,TCA,Ematrix,CO2RE,Infini,Fillers,etc Posted May 3 (edited) · Report post
  4. Hello everyone, I decided to go with a combination of subcision and filler (Juvederm) thanks to the great knowledge provided by "beautifulambition." This forum a whole lot better place with him here, and I appreciate him for taking the time to help the people on this forum. After doing careful research, I ended up choosing Dr. Peter Rullan due to the great experience some other people on this forum had with him, and he was recommended by beautifulambition. He's a fantastic, caring doctor and
  5. Hey Team, So here's my story. I have mixed scarring, a bit of everything, and it's never really bothered me. However the last few years my scarring got worse and it started to REALLY grind on me. I was living in Vietnam and had a Co2 fractional laser + infini treatment done. A really quite intrusive co2 laser, I had over a week of downtime. Did it make my skin better? No not really, and I was left with lots of gridding and huge pores. £2000 well spent. Moving on, I decide to physically m
  6. I had juvederm ultra plus injected 3 weeks ago to rolling scars/cortisone atrophy on the side of my chin. The good news is it filled. The bad news is there is a large lump over the area. I have my follow up in 3 days and am torn whether to have it injected. I'd like it taken down but not all the way. From what I've read not only is this hard to do but there are risks of dissolving your own skin. I'm really not sure and obsessing constantly. Any advice?
  7. Hi everyone. Has anyone any experience or opinion on the possibility of combining both dermal fillers (e.g. Juvederm, Restylane) and the Dermaroller? My situation is that I have rolling scarring, but on top of that I have a bunch of ice pick/pitted scars. I figured that fillers will help for providing volume, but once I have achieved the volume I am looking for, I'm still going to have the shallower/surface scars that I think will benefit from Dermarolling. On paper, I can see the benef
  8. On January 13th, I'm having my first subcision and filler (Juvederm) treatment for 3-4 small boxcar scars on my cheek. I'm working with a PS in Toronto who I feel is honest and trustworthy. The doctor feels I should be able to achieve 50-80% improvement after 1-2 sessions. The improvement will all depend on how my skin reacts as I believe he has the skill. I'm posting my before picture now because I don't feel like keeping this image on my phone any longer. It's hideous and I'm always wo
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