Methods to get rid of scaring?

I had lipo a few years back. I have 4 scars midway up my back that are large, dimpled and are very noticeable. Also I have deep ance scars in the middle of my chest. Is there something that can be done to help these issues I have?

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Published on Jul 29, 2016

Yes. If you have light skin (e.g. Caucasian) that easily burns, then you can do the laser CO2. If your skin is darker (e.g. Hispanic, Asian, etc.), then you can consider Skinfinity, which is an ablative RF device.

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Yes. If you have light skin (e.g. Caucasian) that easily burns, then you can do the laser CO2. If your skin is darker (e.g. Hispanic, Asian, etc.), then you can consider Skinfinity, which is an ablative RF device.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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