Procedure to Treat Chicken Pox Scars

Overview

Chickenpox scars treatment can be performed with topical fractional lasers and soft tissue fillers, in combination with little mini lifts of the face, brow or cheek and skin repositioning procedures are performed to tighten and smoothen the skin supporting the chickenpox scar. Those suffering from chickenpox scars or depressed, indented, sunken areas of the skin following an attack of a chickenpox virus.

People with chickenpox scars suffer from a very common condition, specifically chicken pox scars or depressed, indented, sunken areas of the skin following an attack of chickenpox. Chickenpox is a virus that results in inflammatory lesions on the skin, usually at a young age. The inflammation can be so severe that it causes a loss of collagen, elastin and supportive elements of the skin as the chickenpox inflammatory lesion resolves and the skin heals with a depressed, sunken, scarred appearance.

At SpaMedica, chickenpox scars can be treated with a variety of techniques and procedures by Toronto cosmetic plastic surgeon, Dr. Stephen Mulholland.

Juvederm

Juvederm, one of the most popular dermal fillers available, used to soften lines, wrinkles & add volume lost through the aging process.

Restylane

A soft tissue dermal filler for facial contour augmentation, for lip enhancement, and improve the appearance of wrinkles.

Sculptra

A soft tissue filler used to create a more youthful appearance by replacing lost collagen to smooth out facial wrinkles and folds.

Radiesse

A hyaluronic acid dermal filler that can control the signs of aging.

Facial Fat Grafting

Augmentation of facial areas that have lost volume as a result of hereditary factors or trauma, with fat grafts harvested from another area of the body.

Fractional Laser

Erbium laser skin resurfacing removes the upper layer of the skin to reveal smoother and younger-looking skin.



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