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Scar Treatment


Scars can be an irritating imperfection to live with. There are a wide range of sorts of scars that can start from various different conditions (e.g. acne scars, surgery scars etc.). Contingent upon the kind of scar to be treated, an assortment of treatment options can be chosen. Laser scar treatment is a non-invasive, advanced way to deal with scar treatment that offers phenomenal outcomes without the discomfort and downtime of surgery.


There is a safe treatment called Paramedical. This treatments uses needles to bring the blood back into the scars and through doing this will naturally help the body to regenerate and repair scars and break down either the ropy Hypertrophic Scar or fill in the Atrophic Scar. This is a very unique way or removing scars and has been done with a tattoo machine and is the most effective treatment we have ever used. 



Another extremely regular flaw that can be effectively treated with using the Paramedical Treatment are the striae distensae, otherwise called stretch marks. These blemishes are portrayed by straight groups of atrophic or wrinkled skin that result from excessive dermal stretching, for example, after fast weight reduction/increase, pubertal development or pregnancy. In the early stages, they are present as a dermal inflammation with enlarged capillaries, which brings about an erythematous appearance. In the terminal stage, striae show up hypopigmented and fibrotic owing to the straight deposition of dermal groups and the thinning of the overlying epidermis.

Paramedical Treatments causes blood in that area and allows the fibers to re-join and re-knit themselves together again. It is effective and a real solution to Stretch Marks. 


The best results are observed on Hypertrophic, Atrophic and Acne Scars, which are normally relatively flat. The procedure can also be used successfully for the treatment of Striae (Stretch Marks), resulting in an improvement in the appearance of the scar (no removal). The treatment of Keloid Scars is not recommended as it will Keloid Scars tend to continue to grow the more they are damaged. This kind of scar needs to be treatment with a laser machine. 

Most people feel slight discomfort but only during the duration of the procedure. The treatment is normally well-tolerated, however a local anaesthetic is  be used to help with the discomfort.

According to the size and location of the scar, several sessions may be needed. A course of three to seven treatments can, in most cases, provide good aesthetic results.

The recovery time is usually very short. Most people resume regular activities immediately following the treatment session. During the first 48 hours, there may be a sensation of sensitivity similar to sun burn – discomfort that will disappear in a few days. For 10-15 days afterwards, the skin will have a smooth appearance with a reddish color that can easily be covered with light makeup and without affecting your daily activities or social life.

Typical side effects include temporary redness and swelling, which should last only a few days. There is a low risk of prolonged itching and redness. There may be some unsightly dark marks, which always disappear within a few weeks, either on their own or by following your therapist’s instructions.

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