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  • Laser Treatments

    Laser resurfacing refers to a treatment for reducing facial wrinkles and other irregularities in the skin, such as blemishes or acne scars.

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Scar Reduction

Scars might create trouble if they are painful, itchy, unsightly, or if they restrict your movement. Although it is not possible to completely remove scars, they can be made less conspicuous. You can consult a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon for the appropriate treatment.

Some of the treatments for scar reduction include:

  • Corticosteroid injections to treat keloid and hypertrophic scars.
  • Silicone gels or sheets to minimize redness and hypertrophic or keloid scars.
  • Surgery could be used for altering the positioning of the scar, changing the width or shape of the scar and releasing a tight scar that is adjacent to a joint, so as to improve movement. However, it is important to know that having surgery on your scar will only leave a new scar that will take at least two years to improve in appearance.
  • To remove some pitted scars, laser surgery is used.
  • Pressure dressings for flattening and softening the scars
  • Cosmetic camouflage or Make-up to cover up facial scars
  • Laser or light therapy (pulses of light) to minimize the redness in a scar
  • Dermal fillers to 'plump up' pitted scars.
  • Skin needling