Scars can be the result of many different types of damage to the skin. They can be the result of an accident or burn, or the inevitable consequence of some types of surgery. Scars are formed when the skin tissue is harmed and the body sets the healing process in motion. The replacement tissue is thicker and more fibrous than the surrounding skin, and so remains noticeably different.
While scar tissue may not cause any significant problems to some, others, particularly those who have scars in noticeable places such as the face, can find the emotional aspect terribly difficult to deal with. The scar can act as a constant and permanent reminder of the trauma, and affect the way that people subsequently interact with others.
Undergoing laser scar treatment to improve the appearance of scar tissue can have beneficial effects that go beyond the purely physical. Improving the ways that a scar looks can help an individual rediscover confidence in him or herself and thus make it easier for him or her to move on with their life.
Scar treatment uses a combination of microdermabrasion, laser and ultra sound therapy to remove the damaged layers of skin and stimulate the body’s natural healing process.