Scarring is the process by which wounds are repaired. Damage to the deeper layer of the skin, the dermis, is required to produce a scar. Damage to only the epidermis, the most superficial layer of skin, will not always produce a scar. Scars create a structural change in the deeper layers of the skin which is perceived as an alteration in the architecture of the typical surface features.
Since scars are part of the normal healing process. Most of the time, scars are not needed to be treated. Only when superficial scars become cosmetically undesirable, then it will require treatments.
Certain types of scarring respond well to laser treatments, while cortisone injection can be an alternative to improve the skin condition.
- Fractional Laser Resurfacing
- Intralesional Steroid Injection
- Fractional Micro-needle RF
- Microneedle Therapy
- Nano Current Facial Up-lift
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