Acne Scar Eraser: The Subcision Advantage

Acne Scar Eraser: The Subcision Advantage
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Acne Scar Eraser The Subcision Advantage

Are you worried about acne scars? Then stop worrying and get the best acne scar treatment in Dubai after learning about Acne Scar Eraser: The Subcision Advantage and book yourself with a well-recognized clinic.

What is Subcision?

It is a minimally surgical process created to treat scars of acne, usually, rolling scars that form a wave kind of texture on the skin. The process includes utilizing a specialized needle inserted through tiny cuts to break fibrous bands of scar tissue that pull down the skin and create depression. This method boosts the formation of collagen and permits the skin to lift which results in a smoother appearance.

How is the method carried out?

The process works by focusing on the structural cause of Scar Removal Dubai. The needle cuts through the scars, releasing the tension and permitting the skin to promote naturally. This method also triggers the body’s recovery response, stimulating the formation of new collagen and elastin, which are important for rejuvenated and refreshed skin.

Treatment for Acne Scar

Treatment options range from lasers, and minor surgical procedures to dermal fillers, chemical peels and dermabrasion. Usually, it requires a combination of technologies to deliver the best results.

 

  • Fraxel Laser – an alternative to fractional CO2, it is less aggressive but fine for most skin types.
  • Smoothbeam/Excel V Laser: These lasers stimulate collagen production which naturally fills in scars for a more even texture.
  • Dermarollers – an alternative to the fractional CO2. The Dermaroller uses needles to penetrate the skin to stimulate collagen much like fractional technology.
  • Dermabrasion – a common treatment for “sanding down” acne scars and stimulating collagen. At Contour, we perform Vibradermabrasion with textured paddles, not crystals.
  • TCA Chemical Peel – can help improve the appearance of rolling or depressed acne scars.
  • Injectable dermal fillers – can be considered for some scars and last anywhere from six months to one year.

  • Subcision – can elevate a scar and also stimulate collagen to prevent the scar from looking indented.

  • Punch Elevation is used to lift a scar with a punch biopsy scalpel and suture the tissue in place.

  • Punch Graft involves a graft of skin from a donor site such as behind the ear. The risk with this method is that the donor site may not match the exact skin tone of the receiving area.

NOTE– As you can see there are many options for reducing the traumatic effects of acne. After all, our goal is to help you feel good about your skin again!

The Benefits of Subcision Treatment

There are many benefits of the treatment carried out at Enfield Royal Clinic, some of which are as follows:

  • A more radiant and brighter complexion: Your skin will get severely sun-exposed from being sun-kissed, giving it a healthy, radiant appearance.

 

  • Say goodbye to the bothersome dust devils blocking your pores with reduced pores and consolidated blackheads.

 

  • Your skin will have more elasticity and a smoother consistency, resembling the dunes following a downpour.

 

  • Reduced fine lines and wrinkles: As time is tempered, your skin will look fresh and youthful.

 

 

  • Skin that is fed and hydrated with a healthy glow: Your skin will be a lush haven of moisture and life.

Some more benefits:

  • A minimally invasive process.
  • Little recovery time.
  • Improved skin texture.
  • Enhancement in face appearance.
  • Natural Results.
  • Effective treatment.
  • Helps Lift and Tighten Skin.
  • Can Restore & Rejuvenate collagen.
  • Non-invasive, requiring no downtime.
  • Safe & FDA approved
  • does not require incisions.
  • stimulating the production of collagen
  • helps improve skin elasticity
  • Visible results immediately after the treatment
  • results appear gradually and look natural
  • Can be customized to address specific areas of concern.

What are the risks?

The risks are similar to other facial surgical procedures and include:

  1. Bleeding
  2. collection of blood under the skin
  3. Infection
  4. Scarring
  5. Temporary or permanent nerve damage
  6. Swelling or lump from haematoma (blood clot)
  7. Abnormal skin colour
  8. Failure to achieve the desired result
  9. prolonged low-grade swelling of subcutaneous fat

Aftercare instructions:

The anaesthetic used during subcision results in facial oedema. After the surgery, the swelling has mostly subsided 24 to 48 hours later. After surgery, facial motions should gradually return. On the other hand, the morning following the operation should reveal the entire range of face movements. If this isn’t the case, be sure to get in touch with our professionals.

After the surgery, the following safety measures need to be followed: 

  • No vigorous exercise for 1 week after the procedure
  • Avoid any blood thinning medication such as ibuprofen and aspirin for 72 hours post-procedure.
  • Avoid hot temperatures and food and drink for the first 24 hours post-procedure.
  • Keep the dressings on the entry site wounds for 24 hours. Change if necessary.
  • Do not put pressure, or tension or vigorously wash the face for 1-week post-procedure

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