Scar Removal

Depends on size of Scare and technologies used

Scar formation is a natural part of healing process that occurs as a result of injury to the skin tissue. The more the skin is damaged, the longer it takes to heal and the greater the chance of a noticeable scar. The way a scar forms is affected by age, location and certain genetic factors. Younger skin is more susceptible to over-development when healing, resulting in larger, thicker scars.

At the beginning of the treatments the scar may appear to be red-ish and thicker, but as time progresses the effects of the treatments make the scar will gradually fade.for the scars that caused by cutaneous skin or resulted by acne, we are using chemical peeling This is a method the most effective method for removing a scar.

for deeper scars some supportive treatments must be implemented for optimum results such like:

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  1. PRP Plasma rich Platelets injections.
  2. Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation.
  3. hyaluronic acid fillers sometimes needed to hide any wrinkles caused by the scar.
  4. Laser Carbon Sessions.
  5. Chemical Peeling Sessions.

these are the modern methods of removing a scar with non-surgical way, and reset the skin to its normal balance. Wide scars can often be made thinner. Long scars can be made shorter. and for very deep scars  can make it harder to notice. Sometimes.