I've been deliberately avoiding responding to this message, in the hopes that either Michael or Josepha would pop in. Both are more qualified to respond to the inferrence that you have been somehow "scarred" by previous treatment.
Using a too large of probe, wont cause scarring, whether you are using whatever modality.It is almost impossible to "puncture the skin" with large probes because they are blunt. They do not have sharpened points and are not designed to be used to puncture the skin. As an electrologist I can give you the consistent advice given to me by every electrologist here, and that is to use as large a probe as you can insert into the follicle. Sometimes you will feel some probing, but this DOES NOT lead to scarring of any kind.Even if they were to insert well beyound the base of the follicle and rupture the lining, and then release a electrolysis current, such a current would NOT result in scarring of any kind. In electrolysis , actual "scarring" can only occur under very specific circumstances, and your explanation didnt and cannot satisfy those circumstances.
Permanent scarring is almost unheard of in modern electrology. Yet it remains the number one anxiety from people undergoing electrolysis.
Mike Bono has a wonderful video series that I often recommend for people in situations such as yours, you can find it here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viKQcBAHLOI&list=PLeYuCaeN4D7PpsKYHFJ7tKr0yJoIyTSQO
Dont let the anxiety monster get you down. Electrolysis works, and remains now as it always has been a safe and effective method of permanent hair removal.
Outside of the methods described in Michaels video , there are very few ways to cause a "permanent scar" through electrolysis. Your supposition that by puncturing the skin and releasing the current in no related tissues, wouldn't result in permanent scarring.
I've been a member of this forum for some years, more than I care to count.We've seen thousands of images here over those years from many clients claiming to have "permanent scarring from electrolysis". Do you want to know how many have been shown to be actual scarring caused by electrolysis in all of hairtell history? Zero! Not one!Not a single case could be proven to be scarring caused by electrolysis. This is how I know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that you are incorrect about this issue.
Do try the third electrologist and good luck!