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Boxcar Scars

These are scars that are wide and have steep, perpendicular walls. They may be triangular, square or rectangular, in the shape of a matchbox.

They are best treated with subcision, followed by CO2 laser or radiofrequency microneedle. If small, they can also be treated effectively with TCA CROSS.

Ice Pick Scars

These scars are narrow and deep, with steep edges, giving the appearance of being created by an ice pick.

As the base of these scars tend to go very deep, lasers are not very effective in treating them. TCA CROSS, where small amounts of TCA are applied to the base of the scars with an applicator, is one of the few ways that are effective in treating these scars. Alternatively, they can also be excised by a plastic surgeon or dermatologist trained in surgical procedures.

Rolling Scars

These scars typically have edges with a gentle gradient. They have the appearance of mountains and valleys.

They may get more obvious with age

Rolling scars are best treated with a series of subcision, followed by CO2 laser or radiofrequency microneedle.

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