Restore and nourish your skin
Scarring is a natural part of the skin healing process following an injury. The appearance of a scar is influenced by factors such as the wound’s location, the healing process, and the type of injury. Fortunately, facial scars tend to respond better to treatment compared to scars on the arms or legs.
Furthermore, laser therapy has great potential for improving surgical scarring, particularly on the face, with success rates ranging from 70% to 90%. At Dr. K & Associates Clinic, our team of medical aesthetic experts will assess your specific condition and recommend whether laser treatment is a suitable option for you.
Common Scar Revision Procedures
Our STAR Scar Revision Treatments
Pico Scar Laser Removal Treatment
Say goodbye to stubborn scars and hello to smoother, more radiant skin. The revolutionary Pico Scar Removal Laser uses fractional mechanical energy to break down the scar tissue in the deeper layers of your skin without breaking through its surface. It can effectively address various types of scars, including acne scarring, pitted scarring, and surgical or traumatic scars.
Our advanced treatment with cutting-edge Pico laser technology also targets scar tissue, stimulating collagen and elastin production for fast, effective results. Whether it’s acne scarring or surgical scars, this non-invasive procedure is gentle and safe, with little to no downtime required.
Fotona Scar Resurfacing Laser Treatment
Fotona offers an innovative scar-revision therapy that integrates nonablative Nd:YAG and fractional-ablative Er:YAG wavelengths into a single treatment plan. This unique dual-wavelength approach delivers outstanding and instantly visible results, surpassing the effectiveness of traditional laser-based and conventional scar treatments.
By utilising this non-surgical laser treatment, scarring is visibly reduced, and skin disfigurement is repaired.
PRP or Polynucleotides Injections
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and Polynucleotides (PN) are emerging therapies with great potential for scar treatments.
PRP involves processing a patient’s blood to concentrate the platelets, which are rich in growth factors that promote tissue repair and regeneration. The concentrated PRP is then injected into the scar tissue to stimulate the body’s natural healing process and improve the scar’s appearance.
PLINEST® and NEWEST®, also known as Polynucleotides (PN), are highly purified DNA molecules extracted from the reproductive glands of trout fishes. When injected into the skin, they promote tissue regeneration and improve the texture and appearance of scars.
Both PRP and Polynucleotides have demonstrated promising outcomes in scar treatments and are frequently combined with other scar treatments to achieve optimal results.