Removal of scars and stretch marks laser

Are you worried by scars or stretch marks? These are mostly caused by the breaking of elastic fibres underneath the skin’s surface as the skin is stretched to the extreme (for example during pregnancy or after significant weight gain) and they are definitely not considered pleasant. Both issues can, however, be easily solved by an American laser by Palomar Medical Technologies® (Cynosure).

What is Palomar®?

Palomar® is a fractional non-ablative laser which efficiently corrects various problems of the skin relief (such as scars or stretch marks) without causing any disruptions on it. It can stimulate elastin fibres in the skin, which makes it feel firmer and more elastic and also look fresher and healthier. Through this process the laser can very nicely correct stretch marks, scars or any other unwanted structures on the surface of the skin. There is no pain and no recovery time needed.

Which areas can be treated by this procedure?

The scars can appear (and be corrected by this method) in any area of the body. The stretch marks are more likely to appear on the belly, buttocks and thighs in women while in men, they usually appear all over the arms or the chest if they do weight lifting. All these areas can be treated.

The effect of Palomar® laser

The skin renewal starts immediately after the treatment. It starts from within without affecting the skin’s surface complexion at all. The renewed skin layer will start being visible through the natural complexion renewal process, which takes approximately 28 days after which the maximum effect will be visible. The possible repetition of the treatment strongly depends on the state of the skin and the type of problem the patient has, therefore it is recommended by the doctor individually for every case.

Can Palomar® laser also correct older scars and stretch marks?

The younger stretch marks are the better and faster they can be solved, therefore it is highly recommended to find a physician as soon as they appear. Nothing is, however, lost with older scars and stretch marks either. In such cases it is quite normal to recommend a combination of Palomar® treatment with other corrective method, whether it is a different type of laser or one of the manual methods. Every treatment plan is designed individually and specifically to meet the expectations of every patient.

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Price list

  • Treatment decollete 7 000 Kč
  • Treatment backs of hands 3 800 Kč
  • Treatment of stretch marks
    and scars 1 250 Kč / 5 cm2

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Hello, I’m very troubled by stretch marks on my buttocks. Is it possible to remove them?

Of course it is. Palomar® is a fractional non-ablative laser which efficiently corrects various problems of the skin relief without causing any disruptions on it. It can stimulate elastin fibres in the skin, which makes it feel firmer and more elastic and also look fresher and healthier. Through this process the laser can very nicely correct stretch marks, scars or any other unwanted structures on the surface of the skin. There is no pain and no recovery time needed. 

Good day, how does the Palomar laser work?

Fractional non-ablative laser Palomar® stimulates elastin fibres in the skin, which makes it feel firmer and more elastic. Basically, it smoothens out stretch marks or scars thermally. 

Since my childhood I have been troubled by a deep scar on my leg. Is there a way how to make it at least less visible?

Older or deeper scars can be treated by the CO2 resurfacing laser. It renews the surface layer of the skin completely. The current one with the scar problem is replaced by a brand new layer in a matter of days. The older the scar is, the more complex the treatment needs to be, therefore it is possible the doctor will recommend a combination treatment or several repetitions. 

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