Procedure | Surgical
A subcutaneous incisionless surgery that treats scars. By breaking apart the fibrous bands or tethers that are the causes of depressed scar formation. Thereby releasing and lifting the depressed portion in order to improve the appearance of scars. At the same time, it can help create pockets of blood beneath the skin, improving blood flow and provides an environment for collagen production. While it can help most types of scar, it is effective and have successfully treated rolling, boxcar, icepick and chickenpox scars.