Scar/Acne Treatment

Formation of Scars: Scars can develop as a result of injuries, acne, or surgical procedures on soft tissues. When they appear on the face, they can have an unaesthetic impact on a person’s appearance.

Permanent Nature of Scars: Scars are considered a disorganized form of tissue healing and typically remain permanent throughout a person’s life.

Treatment Options: Various methods can be used to soften and make scars minimally visible, especially when they affect a person’s appearance. These methods include Mesotherapy, PRP therapy, fillers, laser therapy, and plastic surgery.

Consulting a Specialist: You recommend consulting with a specialist to determine the most suitable treatment approach based on the type and location of the scar.

Tattoo Removal

Laser Tattoo Removal: Laser removal is the most common and safest method to eliminate tattoos. It involves the use of lasers to break down the pigment within the tattoo, allowing the body to gradually absorb the pigment over time.

Factors Affecting Treatment: The color of the tattoo and a person’s skin type play a significant role in determining the type of laser used and the number of sessions required for complete tattoo removal.

Pain Management: Laser tattoo removal is often a mildly painful procedure, although the level of pain can vary based on an individual’s pain threshold. Proper anesthetics can be employed to manage pain during the process.

Multiple Sessions: Tattoo removal typically requires multiple sessions, and the number of sessions can vary depending on the tattoo’s size, color, and depth of ink.