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NCT ID: NCT02397564 Completed - Post-Surgical Scars Clinical Trials

Treatment of Post-Surgical Scars With Traditional Ablative Er:YAG Versus Fractional Ablative Er:YAG

Er:YAG
Start date: March 2015
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The investigators will compare the efficacy of Traditional Ablative Er:YAG Versus Fractional Ablative Er:YAG in a split scar study. The patient will receive a month treatment for 3 months. Then follow up for the next 2 months.

NCT ID: NCT01018589 Completed - Post Surgical Scars Clinical Trials

Cicatrix Cream in Post Surgical Scars and Epidermic Burn

Start date: September 2009
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of the study is to assess the effect of CICATRIX (Asian Gotu Kola or Pennywort) usage in the treatment of epidermic burns or post surgical scars. The duration of this phase 2 clinical trial will be two months.

NCT ID: NCT00991367 Completed - Post-surgical Scars Clinical Trials

CICATRIX in the Treatment of Recent Post-surgical Scars

Start date: October 2009
Phase: Phase 3
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of the study is to assess the efficacy of CICATRIX (Asian Gotu Kola or Pennywort) usage in the treatment of recent post-surgical scars. The duration of this double-blind placebo controlled phase 3 clinical trial will be 4 weeks. The estimated number of persons to be recruited and randomized for the study is 90.

NCT ID: NCT00685243 Active, not recruiting - Post Surgical Scars Clinical Trials

Treatment of Surgical Scars With Fractional Photothemolysis Versus Pulse Dye Laser

Start date: January 2008
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

1. Evaluate the efficacy of the Fraxel SR laser to improve the cosmetic appearance of surgical scars, both in terms of pigmentary and textural changes. 2. Evaluate the efficacy of the V-Beam Pulse Dye laser, a standard non-ablative laser which is utilized for the treatment of the erythematous and telangiectasia component of surgical scars. 3. Comparison of the outcome of the half of the surgical scar treated with Fraxel SR laser versus the outcome of the contralateral half of the surgical scar which will be treated with the V-Beam Pulse Dye Laser.