Differences in Results

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Thursday July 31st, 2008 @ 10:34 PM

Filed under: Scarification

I’ve looked around and haven’t been able to really find any info on this but are there differences in the appearance of scars from different methods of scarification?

I’d like to get 3 bars (1/8th inch wide, each) scarred across the bridge of my nose and I’d like to know if different methods produce (or can potentially produce) different scars.

For example: Could/would flesh removal leave indented scarring as opposed to flat or raised scarring?

The face tends to be very resilient to heavy scarring, depending on your skin type and the method of scarification used. All of the facial skin removals that I have done have healed indented rather than raised. If you are looking for an indented scar, removal is likely a good route to take to achieve your desired result.

Keep in mind that the healed result of a scarification piece can be difficult to guarantee under any circumstances. Your practitioner may use an experienced method with a high-chance result expectation, but the method that the client uses for aftercare and healing variables will also affect the finished and healed result.

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One Response to “Differences in Results”

  1. Thanks Russ!

    eca on August 1st, 2008 at 1:20 am

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