Scars and Dimples

A fleshy clift or dimple chin that’s hard to get a blade around when shaving. Sometimes a fleshy clift can get worse with age. Collagen can also be replaced with dermal fillers and a process called dermal grafting.

Atrophic acne scars can present as diverts or depressions on the skin, and most frequently occur on the cheeks. These types of acne scars are secondary to a loss of collagen and respond well to a variety of scar treatments. If the scar is tethered, subscision can help release and improve scarring. Laser treatment with deep fractional/ Fraxel laser can also stimulate collagen production. Collagen can also be replaced with dermal fillers and a process called dermal grafting.
After you have an extensive consultation with one of our nurses, you will be consulted by one of our doctors who will assess your needs and decide on which product and the best method for the use of the product to meet your needs.