How to remove chicken pox scars permanently? (Photos)

Its been 1 year and the scars havent removed did fade away though a little still do i remove those permamently.there are lots of scars at the back similarly shown in the pic..would be glad for ur suggestions...thank you..

Doctor Answers 3

Acne Scarring -- Requires a Combination of Fractional Laser Resurfacing, Fillers Like Bellafill, Subcision and Eclipse Micropen

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You can surgically remove this type of scar and then laser if needed.  Please see an expert.  Best, Dr. Emer.

Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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Scar improvement.

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Thank you for posting your photo. Since your chicken pox scar is over one year old, it is unlikely to improve on its own or with topical therapies. Microneedling, fractionated laser, and radiofrequency devices make microscopic holes in the scar to stimulate your body to remodel and fill in the scar with new collagen and help blend the scar with the surrounding skin. If the scar is domed and thick, another option is a surgical excision to exchange the scar for a thin line. Unfortunately, nothing can completely remove a scar but scars can be made less noticeable in size, color, and depth. For the best treatment options, it is important to visit an expert for an in-person examination. Hope this helps!

Johnson C. Lee MD
Plastic Surgery

Johnson C. Lee, MD
Beverly Hills Physician
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Dark chicken pox scars

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Dark chicken pox scars can be improved with application of Melarase PM, Melapads, and light chemical peels. 

Dr. Karamanoukian
Los Angeles

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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