When there is a depressed scar on the face, the best way to
remove it would be to inject filler in that area. For the forehead, Restylane
is the best filler option. However, having a consultation with a provider to
discuss the different options is recommended.
You have a few non-surgical options for depressed scars, although anti-depressants are not one of them ;) Subcision can be used, as can micro needling with a dermaroller or ablative laser resurfacing such as Profractional laser. Fillers can also be helpful. In many cases, combination therapy is your best option, so best to chat with a dermatologist that you have a great relationship with.
Try fillers with PRP infusion therapy.. Otherwise only some minor skin surgery is effective also.....
There are a few non-surgical options to improve the depressed appearance of the scar. These include a series of laser treatments, subcision, and/or injection of filler agents. The nonsurgical options may be temporary, especially the filler, which may need to be performed a few times per year. A permanent solution would be to remove the circular, depressed scar and make a new thin, linear scar that will likely be less perceptible. That small procedure could be performed under local anesthesia with numbing only. I like to offer my patients complimentary scar care after surgery that once healing is complete and the scar matures, helps to make them fairly imperceptible in many cases. I would suggest scheduling a consultation with a board certified/eligible plastic surgeon with experience treating scars. Good luck!