FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery
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Diagnosis:
Indented acne scar

Notes:
Four months after subcision with alloderm graft (FaSuLa stage II).

Individual results may vary.

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FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery
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Diagnosis:
Acne scars

Procedure:
FaSuLa stage II

Notes:
Four months after subcision with alloderm grafts (FaSuLa stage II).

This beautiful woman in her twenties was very self conscious about her acne scars and was unable to hide them, even with makeup. She underwent FaSuLa stage II, subcision with alloderm graft, to the left cheek in one session. Notice the dramatic reduction in the pock marks in the unaltered postoperative photo. Dr. Enzer has recommended the patient undergo one round of carbon dioxide skin laser resurfacing (FaSuLa stage III) to complete her skin rejuvenation and to get rid of the remaining dark spots caused by her severe acne.

Individual results may vary.

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FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery
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Diagnosis:
Acne scars

Procedure:
FaSuLa stage I and II

Notes:
Two and a half months after fat transfer and subcision with alloderm grafts (FaSuLa stage I and II)

When the skin has been damaged by acne, it can damage even the deepest fat layer. This is evident in the before photo where, in addition to the rolling scars, there are deep indentations and hollowing of the cheeks. This woman had one session of fat transfer to both cheeks (FaSuLa stage I) and subcision with alloderm grafting to three right cheek scars (FaSuLa stage II). She is scheduled for more treatment in the future.

Individual results may vary.

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FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery
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Procedure:
FaSuLa stage I

Notes:
After fat grafting (FaSuLa stage I).

Individual results may vary.

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FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery

FaSula Scar Surgery
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Left Side Photos: This woman had a chickenpox scar in between her eyebrows that was very deep. It could not be covered with makeup. A very well respected plastic surgeon tried to improve the appearance by cutting out the scar. Unfortunately this did not work very well. Dr. Enzer explained his FaSula concept for helping reduce scar visibility.

Right Side Photos: Four months after Stage II FaSula surgery for her chicken pox scar. Although the surface skin is whiter and has loss of texture due to the original scar, it is now flat and much less noticeable. It can be covered with make-up.

Dr. Enzer states that “Chickenpox scars are among the most difficult but improvement is usually possible.” This patient is delighted that she is now able to hide her scar!

Individual results may vary.

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