What are Scars?

A scar is a natural healing process, replacing lost and/or damaged skin cells. Scars may be formed for many different reasons, including as a result of infections, surgery, injuries, or inflammation of tissue.

Types of scars: Keloid scars, Hypertrophic scars, Scar contractures, Cicatrix Scar, Atrophic scar, and Striae Scar.

Treatment Options

Laser Treatments

Laser treatment is also called laser skin resurfacing as well as laser scar revision. A treatment option that uses an intense but gentle beam of light to treat scars without damaging surrounding tissue. Laser treatments are effective several years after a scar has formed.

Chemical peels

Chemical peels can help different types of scars over time with multiple treatments plus following post care instructions.

A chemical peels use acids at stronger concentrations to treat the desired area of skin. They reduce the appearance of scaring by removing the top layer of the skin (epidermis). Some concentrations may also penetrate the middle layer of the skin (dermis) to produce more visible results.


Is a procedure that uses small, sterilized needles to prick the skin. The treatment generates new collagen and skin tissue to smooth, firm, and tone. Improving the appearance of acne, scars, dark spots, wrinkles, and large pores.


Microdermabrasion treatments use a minimally invasive way to exfoliate dead or damaged skin cells, removing the thicker, uneven outer layer. The skin is now revealing smoother, brighter skin. This type of skin rejuvenation is used to treat light scarring, discoloration, sun damage and stretch marks.

*Multiple treatments may be required to achieve desired results, depending on the severity or type scar. Patient's results may vary due to individual health, treatment plan and post treatment routine.

Treatment Plans & Home Care Routines Are Different For Every Patient

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