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Scarring refers to the process by which the skin heals after an injury, wound, or trauma. When the deeper layers of the skin are damaged, the body initiates a complex healing process to repair the injured tissue and restore the skin's integrity.

Scarring occurs as a result of this healing process, and it involves the formation of new collagen fibers to replace the damaged tissue.

There are different types of scars, depending on various factors such as the cause of the injury, the depth and severity of the wound, and individual factors like genetics and skin type. Some common types of scars include:

How to Prevent Scarring

Preventing scarring entirely can be challenging, as scars are a natural part of the skin's healing process following injury or trauma.


However, there are steps you can take to minimize the risk of developing prominent or noticeable scars and promote optimal wound healing. 

Treatments we offer 

Derma Pen with mesotherapy cocktails

Crystal Microdermabrasion

Microneedling/ Radio Frequency Pure Derma

Medical grade chemical Peels

Soft Tissue fillers

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