To treat scars with carboxytherapy, micro-injections of carbon dioxide are performed on the scar and the surrounding areas.
What is it?
Carboxytherapy is used to treat scars by means of subcutaneous micro-injections of carbon dioxide gas.
How does it work?
Carbon dioxide causes vasodilation and reactivates microcirculation, which also improves blood flow and skin metabolism. The treatment noticeably increases tissue oxygenation.
Recovery time and mode
Carboxytherapy treats scars and does not require recovery time. Following treatment, a slight swelling of the affected area is normal, but this disappears within a few minutes.
With this therapy, scars can be treated quickly and effectively, completely painlessly, with no need for anaesthesia.
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“With this treatment, we are able to use a special high-flow, temperature-controlled device that minimises the discomfort of carbon dioxide insufflation.”
Dr. Luca Quadrini
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