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  1. DainBramaged

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    From the album: Forehead scar revision

    gets quite indented when puckering
  2. Hello I am farily new to the community and am needing advice. I suffered many years with cystic acne and had two treatment of accutane. I have been left with severe icepick boxcar and rolling scars. I am seeking a good surgeon/derm in the Houston area who can help improve my scars and overall texture. Has anyone had improvement with this type of scarring? If so what treatments did you undergo? I am thinking subcision and ablative laser for mine. Thank you in advance!
  3. DainBramaged

    3

    From the album: Forehead scar revision

  4. Acne Scar Treatments

    Why Do People Scar? Prevention What to Expect Acceptance Types of Acne Scars Scar Treatments Finding a Doctor Why Do People Scar? Scarring tends to be genetically linked to an individual's unique inflammation response. Those people with a "secondary inflammatory response" to trauma tend to scar, while those with a "single inflammatory response" to trauma tend not to scar. This explains why some people will scar easily and others maintain a smooth complexion even through moderately severe battles with acne. Prevention When it comes...
  5. DainBramaged

    1

    From the album: Forehead scar revision

    looks good under this lighting
  6. I had scar revision surgery done a little more than a month ago on my cheek. It is still red and indented looking. The red I can handle it's the indentation that I'm worried about. Will it eventually fill in to become level with surrounding skin? Right now it looks terrible..
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