The medical roll CIT is a procedure used for the treatment of acne scarring and depressed scars. Acne scarring is characterized by depressions. These depressions are caused by multiple infections, which cause a loss of collagen in the areas and thus depressions.
The medical roll CIT (CIT stands for collagen induction therapy) is a procedure that is done under local anesthesia on an outpatient basis. The device s rolled over the areas where the acne scarring is located. The body responds to the stimulus by repairing itself and building new collagen. The new collagen, in turn, helps to elevate the depressed areas.
I have been performing the medical roll CIT for 4 years with great results. I inform patients that they can expect a 50% improvement in their appearance. Most patients are very satisfied with the results. A second procedure can be done a year later after the first if the patient wishes to have further improvement.