What is subcision scar removal?
Whilst the CO2 laser and RF microneedling are electronic treatments, subcision is a manual process. It works by inserting a small needle under your skin, which releases the scar from the tissue underneath.
In many cases, this process can have a transformative effect on the appearance of scars.
Whilst most laser-based treatments can only reach about 1.5mm below the skin, subcision can reach up to 5mm beneath the surface of your skin.
This means subcision is highly effective at treating deep or depressed scars, otherwise known as atrophic scars.
For more information about the treatment, you can book an initial consultation with us. It costs just €20, which is refunded in full should you choose to take up treatment here at Dundrum Clinic.