By Igor Safonov
This atlas is a accomplished advisor to the therapy and correction of scars. it truly is divided into 4 sections protecting the differing kinds of scar: atrophic and stretch marks, keloid and hypertrophic, normotrophic, and combined. for every scar kind, a few of the invasive and minimally invasive techniques and their effects are documented using a variety of top quality photos. within the part on keloid and hypertrophic scars, therapy is gifted based on scar localization. additionally, the impression of etiology on therapy is taken into account, with contrast among scars as a result of accidents, animal bites, inflammatory ailments (including pimples and varicella), and burns. Care is taken to differentiate among methods appropriate for clean scars (in the irritation, proliferation, and maturation stages) and people applicable for scars current for a couple of yr. capability antagonistic results and problems of remedy also are explored.
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The alloplastic group incorporates silicone, micronized alloderma, polymethyl methacrylate, and polytetrafluoroethylene. Filler injections are performed as a final stage of atrophic scar correction. Peeling, dermabrasion, and electrophoresis are not to be performed after filler injections as these procedures may boost destruction of biodegradable filler and induce their complete resorption in the shortest timeframe. 1 Atrophic Scars 49 Old postacne ice-pick scars and postchickenpox scars practically do not respond to this correction method.
28). a b Fig. 28 Fresh postinjury erythematic scar of the right cheek. (a) Before laser correction. (b) Three months later. 1 Atrophic Scars Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT): Dermaroller Fig. 0 mm in length (Fig. 29). Mechanism of Action When applying (rolling) the dermaroller, thousands of microscopic channels are formed on the skin. Such channels induce a chain of healing processes (hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, remodeling). As a result of complex consecutive reactions, the fibroblasts “patch” microscopic channels, and a powerful supporting block (patch) is formed from its own collagen islets.
1 Atrophic Scars 47 Rotational Dermabrasion a a b b Fig. 51 Old postinjury atrophic scar of glabella. (a) Before. (b) After Correction 1. For the scars in Fig. 51, two rotation dermabrasion procedures are performed at 4-week intervals. 2. Two microdermabrasion procedures were performed. 3. Hydration was applied in-between the procedures. Treatment course was 4 months. Correction 1. Rotational dermabrasion with two procedures at a 4-week interval were used for the scar in Fig. 52. 2. , Germany).
Atlas of Scar Treatment and Correction by Igor Safonov