Laser Scar Removal is probably the most effective non-invasive technique used for improving appearance of all types of scars from hypertrophic to keloid scars. Scarring is a natural part of healing process after an injury or trauma. A scar results from the biological process of the wound repair in the skin and other tissues. Even if you scratch your skin it will heal by developing a scar. The deeper the wound the greater will be the chance of developing a visible, permanent scar.

Light, superficial scars fade away over time without needing any proper treatment; however, deep scars involving the inner layers of skin as well need proper treatment. There are numerous scar revision options available to help people get rid of unsightly scars anywhere on their bodies but the most effective and the most demanded procedure of them all is through laser skin resurfacing.

During laser scar removal a high intensity laser beam of specific wavelength is made incident at the scarred are. This leads to dramatic results by taking away the top damaged layers of skin revealing healthy, smooth skin underneath. There are several kinds of lasers used for improving appearance of dented scars as well as those raised above the surface of skin.

To minimize the discomfort and pain associated with laser scar removal, a numbing cream or topical anesthetic will be applied to the area of treatment at least an hour before the procedure. You will be given a protective eye wear to protect your eyes from the laser beams. After that the laser will be focused on the scarred area, making sure the surrounding skin remains intact.

Which laser will be best for you depends solely on your skin type and the kind of scarring that you want to get treated. Every type of laser has specific penetrating power. Deep, stubborn scars will need more intense lasers while superficial scars can be easily and effectively treated with the lasers with mild intensity. It is your doctor’s job to decide which laser type will be best for you. He will examine your scar as well as skin type before deciding the best course of treatment.

No matter what type of laser your clinician uses, they all work in basically the same manner – by removing the top damaged layer of skin and stimulating the natural collagen production in the treated areas.

Laser Skin Care also offers laser scar removal treatment. We also offer free online consultations to our prospective clients. Fill the form and discuss your concerns with one of our highly qualified, board certified dermatologists.