New Method Treatment for Acne Scar

Numerous surgical modalities are being used to treat acne scars. Subcision, also known as subcutaneous incisionless surgery, is a term described by Orentreich in 1995 to explain the surgical procedure for treating deep scars and wrinkles using a tri‐beveled hypodermic needle inserted under the scarred area and moved back and forth, breaking up the scar tissue. The principle of this procedure is to release the fibrotic strands that tether the scar to the underlying subcutaneous tissue, and this procedure generally decreases the depth of the scar depressions. The depression is lifted by the releasing action of the subcision surgery, as well as from the connective tissue and collagen that form during the course of wound healing. The new method in based on cannula subcision might prevent re‐depression by inducing more hemorrhage in the dermal layer, delaying the healing time, and stimulating the formation of
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more new connective tissue and collagen at the scar area. For the first time, the method of subcision therapy with cannula in patients with acne scars was performed by Dr. Nilforoushzadeh and the result of this research was published. The second clinical trial was done by Dr. Nilforoushzadeh and his research group on the 100 patients “comparing cannula based subcision with the common needle method “and the result of this case series was published in Wiley Journal  . Now, in collaboration with the Jordan  Clinic and the Skin and Stem Cell Research Center in Tehran University of Medical Sciences ,  the new  clinical trial’s method   ( cannula based subcision plus cell therapy )   is underway

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