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Have stitch marks on face. Undergoing CO2 treatment, using apexo, hhsone and merlino. Suggestions for early healing

hi sir my name is vishal, few years before i fell down from attic, i still have stitch marks of that incidence on my face, The stitch marks are few, I am undergoing CO2 treatment. I am using apexo, hhsone,merlino and one moisturizer cream,i cant see much difference. your advice if any thing else can be done for a quick response.

Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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hello..thanks for the query
The treatment options vary according to the nature /extent/depth/site of the scar you have on face.So this is best advised by the dermatologist seeing you.
In general, amongst the other methods of scar remodeling ,a few good ones are :
1) Chemical peels
2) Fractional laser
Usually a combination of several methods work.For the colored scars , peels also help lighten the tone.
However,it is good to remember that scars cannot be made to disappear completely.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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