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Dermapen ™ Burn Scars

The challenge in treating a surgical scar lies within the matrix of categories and qualifications of scar tissue, such as whether the scar is hypertrophic or keloid, or whether there are pigmentation flaws. These scars thicken over time. Unfortunately, scar therapy in general has been historically limited.


Dermapen’s ™ unique vertical stamping and depth control up to 2.5mm makes treatment of burn scars with the Dermapen ™ device superior to other methods. With surgical steel integrity, the robust automated needle tip (x12 33 gauge needles) penetrates difficult scar tissue, dramatically improving appearance, texture, elasticity, size and mobility.


Images show before treatment and after treatment (8 treatments 2 weeks apart)
Images courtesy of Green Burn Hospital, Diego

Treatment regimen

Burn scars have a physiology that is different Continue reading Dermapen ™ Burn Scars

Dermapen™ Acne Scars

Suffering from Acne Scars: Dermapen™ treatments can produce drastic results improving the appearances of acne scars. The micro-needling action of Dermapen™ creates new collagen and elastin through a process called collagenesis.

New capillary growth is also a result and an added benefit. This can improve blood supply to the area which helps create healthier existing skin, as well as provide a healthy foundation for new skin. The physical nature of “skin-needling” breaks up this fibrous and uneven scar tissue and stimulates the growth of new tissue.

dermapen-acne-before dermapen-acne-after

Images show before treatment and after treatment (4 treatments 6 weeks apart)
Images courtesy of Professor T. Chu

Currently there are ablative and non-ablative treatments offered, Continue reading Dermapen™ Acne Scars

Underarm Sweating – Allergan

Does underarm sweating interfere with your life? Everbody sweats, it’s normal. However, people with hyperhidrosis produce sweat in amounts far greater than needed. We can help you with this.

Everybody sweats, it’s a normal part of how our bodies regulate temperature. However, people with hyperhidrosis produce sweat in amounts far greater than needed to control their temperature. For some people, their hyperhidrosis may be linked to some underlying condition such as diabetes or an overactive thyroid gland. For them, treatment of the underlying cause may also resolve their hydrohidrosis.

You are not alone if your life is affected by excessive sweating. The good news is that effective treatments are available which could significantly improve your quality of life. Ask Dr Brabbins about what may be the cause of your excessive sweating and the possible treatment options which may suit your needs.

For more information on Allergan wrinkle relaxer and its history click here.

Sebaceous hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia is an inherited tendency on the skin and usually seen in families.

The oil glands of the skin are abnormally enlarged around a tiny hair follicle of the facial skin.

It affects both men and women and the condition may be successfully treated with electrolysis.

Below is a before and after picture of a client treated with electrolysis to remove sebaceous cysts.

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