I had medical roll-cit done for 8 months ago for acne scars. The doctor rolled my whole cheeks. But my skin has become so thick and course. I thought roll-cit was supposed to improve the skin texture but it is much worse than before. I had thick skin before so was I not a good candidate for this procedure? Is there anyway to thin the texture of my skin? It's so much thicker now that my smile & some facial expressions are different & my nasolabial folds are so much thicker (I'm only 27).
Roll-Cit Made my Skin Too Thick
Doctor Answers (1)
Thanks for the question.
Our practice has a vast experience with Roll-Cit and I personally have never heard of your particular dilemma. We have seen unparalleled results using Roll-CIT for acne scar management, stretch marks, as well as overall skin crepiness. Seeing a before and after picture would be helpful. It is possible that you're experiencing sub-dermal swelling from the procedure that may contribute to the "thickness" you're describing. My suggestion would be to follow up with your clinician and voice your concerns.
Glenn Vallecillos, M.D., F.A.C.S.
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