Dermal tunneling: a proposed treatment for depressed scars*

@inproceedings{Lima2016DermalTA,
  title={Dermal tunneling: a proposed treatment for depressed scars*},
  author={Emerson Vasconcelos de Andrade Lima},
  booktitle={Anais brasileiros de dermatologia},
  year={2016}
}
Depressed facial scars are still a challenge in medical literature, despite the wide range of proposed treatments. Subcision is a technique that is frequently performed to improve this type of lesions. This article proposes a new method to release depressed scars, reported and named by the author as dermal tunneling. This study presents a simple and didactic manner to perform this method. The results in 17 patients with facial scars were considered promising. Thus, the technique was deemed to… CONTINUE READING

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