Rolling Atrophic Scars Types
Rolling atrophic scars are common for in individuals who have had patches of skin that have been afflicted by long term inflammatory acne. They tend to become more pronounced as the skin ages and loses its original elasticity and fullness. Over time, the soft tissue fillers improve skin volume and decrease scarring appearance. To treat it- you have to fill it!
A mini facelift often releases and improves such scars. However, a mini facelift is often not an option for many. Subcision with the use of a special needle can create the same release of scar, without the need for a mini facelift.
Scar tissue beneath the level of the skin often prevents injectable fillers from “pushing” the skin up to the original flat level. It is as though the skin were “locked” and held from below.
It was infection which caused thinning of the dermis and fat under the skin. Thus, the rolling atrophic scar “sinks” lower than the level of the surrounding skin. Often tight scar tissue forms and locks or binds the depressed skin to deeper tissues. Treating atrophic scars can reduce the appearance of indentations in your skin and eliminate feelings of insecurity.
Unfortunately, there are many such scars that are held down so tightly that injection alone is not able to push up the skin. Get your deep rolling scars done. To know more about Rolling Atrophic Scars, Contact us! Also, feel free to check our
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