WHAT IS SUBCISION?
It is a simple surgical procedure that is performed in the following way first infiltrates each of the depressed scars or cellulite wells and with precise instruments the fibrosis is broken allowing a new tissue to be produced, the factors of the coagulation are activated Fibrinogen present in the plasma will be transformed into fibrin, the granulation tissue penetrates the fibrin which will be replaced by vascularized fibrous tissue, with consequent tissue expansion and elevation, resulting in the removal of the treated wells. There are four sessions, one approximately monthly, according to the evolution.
This treatment recommended by Dr. Barciela to remove without surgery all depressions in the skin: wells or hollows caused by cellulite, by injections, by liposuctions, etc. It is an excellent technique for very depressed scars.
|Surgical time||45 min.|
|Anesthesia||Local by infiltration|
|Hospitalization||Does not require|
|Recovery||7 – 9 days|
- 1st Consultation of evaluation of the areas to be treated.
- Pre-treatment analysis.
- Photographs are taken of the area to be treated
- Subcision is a safe procedure
- Under local anesthesia.
- The results are definitive.
- Recovery is fast.
- Ambulatory technique (you do not need hospitalization).
CANDIDATES TO HAVE THIS TECHNIQUE
- People who want to give volume in localized areas depressed , as is the case of well-known cellulite and acne scars.
- Persons who have undergone surgery (Cesarean section, appendectomy, lipectomy) and their scar presents a depression that anchors deeper areas of the dermis.
The Subcision in Mallorca is a simple and quick operation to perform. In our clinic we follow the following steps:
The day of the intervention:
- Taking medication prior to treatment. Antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and relaxing prophylaxis if needed.
- Photographs are taken of the area to perform the Subcision before and after the treatment to assess the final result.
- Marking the area to work. The patient is then laid down on the stretcher.
- All skin in the area is disinfected before beginning the procedure.
- Local anesthesia is given and small incisions are made in the skin of approximately 2 millimeters.
- A local anesthetic solution (Klein’s formula) is infiltrated with thin needles.
- Close the small incisions if necessary.