I had one of the chicken pox scar with pigmentation at right side of forehead which is also a bit deep, i want it to be removed and look like normal skin, even if the depth cannot be reduced, i seriously want that black pigmented spot to come to my normal skin colour, i am ok with a small surgery also if everything is going to be fine, kindly suggest me on the above
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Greetings... Hyperpigmentation spots or scaring often occurs eventually as you have described in your case. You may find multiple treatment options online but what might work best can only be decided once we examine you directly. Scars are if various types and need different modalities of treatment. So i advise you to get your issues examined by a specialist closeby to your place , or you are also welcome to contact us for the same and book an appointment. We shall be happy to help you. Warm regards and good luck.
I understand your concern. What you are describing most likely seems to be post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). There are creams and procedures like chemical peels that will help. But what will suit you the best can be determined only after a physical examination by an allopathic dermatologist.
So my suggestion is that you visit an allopathic dermatologist near you so that the doctor can determine which method will be helpful in your case. Before you choose your dermatologist read this article please : http://www.skinmatra.com/single-post/2016/07/03/Skin-Troubles-Here-is-WHAT-NOT-TO-DO
Also, a word of caution : Because a procedure is expensive doesn't mean it is the best. Please understand the pros and cons of the procedure suggested... also, understand and ask questions to your dermatologist about the best way to approach, even if it means it will take time. Understand if a procedure is needed at all in the first place, and if only creams will help. Again my experience is that quick fixes in skin treatments are a risky business. Marks(PIH) tend to fade away with creams too, but of course (if you are convinced)then even peels work and speed up the fading process ... it is the scars (pits) that need intervention in the form of invasive procedures (like subcision, microneedle RF etc). Lastly, always get treatment from a dermatologist that you are comfortable with.
Treatment plan is best suggested as to how soon do you expect the results.
If you are patient ,an ethical approach would be Topical Skin lightening creams for the pigmentation and few Laser Resurfacing or Microneedling RF treatments for softening the depth of your scar over a period of time.
To fasten and enhance the results, one can get the depth filled up using Derma fillers which give an immediate result and combine Chemical Peels with your Home care Creams to even the skin shade.
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