Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler

Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler

Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler treatments represent a cutting-edge combination approach for addressing various types of scarring, including surgical, trauma, and acne scars. At Samara MedSpa in Connecticut, we utilize the advanced Fotona technology for subcision procedures to effectively target and treat the root causes of scarring beneath the skin's surface. This technique involves carefully inserting a small needle to break apart fibrous scar tissue that can tether the skin and create depressions. When combined with Microdroplet Dermal Filler, a method similar to skin boosters, this approach reduces the appearance of scars and rejuvenates the skin by improving its texture and elasticity. Microdroplet fillers are administered in tiny quantities to precisely target stubborn lines, sleep creases, and scars, providing a subtle yet significant improvement in skin quality and smoothness.
Samara MedSpa offers this specialized treatment regimen for those seeking an innovative solution to diminish scars and enhance skin quality. Our well-experienced team is committed to delivering personalized care that addresses your concerns, helping you achieve smoother, more radiant skin. Schedule your consultation today to learn how Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler treatments can transform your skin and restore confidence.

Benefits of Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler

Effectively reduces the appearance of surgical, trauma, and acne scars
Improves skin texture and elasticity for a smoother, more youthful look
Microdroplet filler technique provides subtle yet effective enhancement
Tailored approach to address stubborn lines and sleep creases
Utilizes advanced Fotona technology for precise and targeted subcision treatment
Stimulates natural collagen production for long-term skin rejuvenation
Suits various skin types and scar concerns
Boosts self-confidence by improving skin appearance and quality
It is minimally invasive with minimal downtime, allowing for a quick return to daily activities
Safe and effective treatment option for comprehensive scar management


Subcision using Fotona involves using advanced laser technology to perform precise subcision. This technique targets fibrous scar tissue beneath the skin’s surface, breaking it apart to release the tethering effect and allow the skin to lift, thereby reducing the appearance of indented scars.
Microdroplet filler involves the injection of tiny amounts of dermal filler into targeted areas of the skin. Unlike traditional fillers that aim to add volume, microdroplet fillers focus on hydrating and rejuvenating the skin, similar to skin boosters.
Yes, Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler treatments are often combined to provide a comprehensive approach to scar treatment. Subcision addresses the structural cause of the scar, while microdroplet fillers help to improve the skin’s surface texture and quality, leading to more pronounced and lasting results.
The downtime associated with Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler treatments is minimal. Patients may experience slight redness, swelling, or bruising at the treatment site, which usually resolves within a few days.
The results from Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler treatments can vary depending on the individual’s skin condition and the type of scars being treated. However, many patients see a noticeable improvement in scar appearance and skin quality that can last several months to a year, with the possibility of further enhancements with follow-up treatments.
Ideal candidates for Subcision and Microdroplet Dermal Filler treatments are individuals looking to improve the appearance of scars, including surgical scars, trauma scars, and acne scars, as well as those seeking to address stubborn lines or sleep creases. This treatment is suitable for those who desire a minimally invasive option for enhancing skin texture and elasticity while reducing the visibility of scars.


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