Scar Removal

Skin is a seamless organ, similar to a fine cloth protecting valuable assets. A small tear in that cloth can make a big difference in how it looks. Any burn, injury, or other trauma, such as surgery, can cause a scar. A scar isn't bad if it's small or in a location that's easy to conceal. For cases when a scar is completely visible or large and hard to look at, you may want to have it treated or make it go away. The truth is most scars will never completely go away, until there are some methods that can help reduce its size and change its appearance.
What Are Possible Treatments for Scars? Scar treatments may include:
  • Over-the-counter or prescription creams, ointments, or gels. These products can be used to treat scars that are caused by cuts or other injuries or wounds.
  • Surgical removal or treatment. There are many options to treat deeper scars depending on your particular case. These include skin grafts, excision, dermabrasion, or laser surgery.
  • Injections. You may get steroid injections to treat scars that stick out, such as keloids or hypertrophic scars. Other types of injections, such as collagen or other "fillers," may be useful for some types of pitted scarring, although these are not usually permanent solutions.


  • How is the procedure performed?
    • Pulses of laser light are gently delivered to the treatment area to break down the scar tissue and help generate healthy new skin.
  • How long does the procedure take?
    • 5 - 30 Minutes Treatment Time
  • How much pain is involved?
    • Mild Discomfort, No Downtime
  • What results can I expect?
    • You can expect to see an overall improvement in the tone and texture of the scar. A series of treatments may be required for desired results.
    • Treatment plans can be adjusted to fit everyone's lifestyle – speak to your provider regarding desired downtime, comfort, and results.