The formation of scars cannot be prevented after the deeper skin layers have been injured. The chances of the scar healing without too many traces increase, if the wound is treated well during the healing process.
If your wound healing process is already completed and scar tissue has formed, further treatment depends on the cause of the injury and type of scarring. In any case, we match our procedures and techniques through the application of autologous stem cells the DC Method supplies.
How We Do It
The DC Method uses a rotary tattoo machine with RPMs of 500 to 3500 & specific needle clusters where the needle rotations begin at the top layer of epidermis. This is performed by the use of various stroke techniques, most common stroke is the obivoid (circular rotations).
While needle depths are based on the severity of scarring, the speed of the clustered needles rotate snapping tethered bands of fibers and connective tissue which hold down the epidermis. The result typically causes uneven levels of the skin. Abrading the skin with “cat like scratches” or patches, this ultimately causes beads of blood to surface which Is KEY to the relay of protocols to come.