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Almost everyone has some scars. Scars are created on the skin when the damage to the surface of the skin extends to the dermis. At first, the scar is often red and raised until it fades to light over time and the bulge disappears. Scars can occur in many ways: in accidents, during pregnancy, in surgery, or in connection with skin diseases.
Small or inconspicuous scars are often just memories of life that you don’t think much of. However, large or otherwise disturbing scars can cause so much cosmetic harm that scar removal becomes a topical issue.
Scars removal indeed can significantly improve a patient’s quality of life. However, it is always advisable to be realistic about treating scars, as more challenging scars may not lead to a perfect outcome, although in most cases the result is much better than at starting point.
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A free consultation will explore how you can benefit from effective laser technology for scar fading or removal. This technique can be used to successfully treat scars such as acne, surgery, stretching and pregnancy, but laser treatment is not effective for all scars. For this reason, it is a good idea to create an overall picture of your situation with a professional.
Scar treatment is effective and painless
Before starting treatment, the skin should be protected from sunlight for at least a month. Scar fading and removal is effectively performed with a laser under local anesthesia. Thanks to local anesthesia, the treatment is painless, so there is no need to fear the treatment.
The procedure is performed by top experts in the field and the risk of complications is low. Recovery is fast. Swelling and redness of the skin may occur for a few days, in which case you should also avoid taking a sauna until the redness disappears. After the treatment, the skin should be protected from sunlight for three months and sunscreen cream with a high protection factor should be used if there is a risk of exposure to sunlight.
The procedure can be performed at a clinic in Helsinki, Tampere, Turku or Oulu.