Stretch Marks, scars and wounds that are treated with lasers are all healthy epidermal tissues that have sustained sufficient stretching through your life. When you reach adulthood, the volume of your dermis seems to increase with time and you start to see visible signs of stretch marks, scars and wounds on your thighs, upper arms, abdominal area and lower buttocks. This is normal. But, what if that wasn’t enough and you wanted to do something about it? There are many types of non-surgical treatments for these issues. Some examples include:
Lasers are one of the most popular non-surgical treatments for scars and stretch marks. Let’s talk about why.
Laser treatments are a high power set of radiation which permeates the skin on a molecular level. There is no wound press since the laser always emits a high power and heat that burns the dermis without creating a wound. Laser treatments can be focused on an area only which way it can produce a scar or singe that is difficult to remove through conventional ways.
Another advantage is that laser treatments can be focused on the scar or singe and the treatment time is usually much shorter since it can be done in a fraction of the time that surgery would take.
There are many types of lasers that are used in laser treatments for scars and stretch marks. The laser targets the molecular level of the scar or singe and shreds it from the inside out. Once the scar or singe is gone, the next step is to reveal the fresh, new scar tissue underneath.
It is quick, painless and even a quick recovery. It is a miracle cure when it comes to Stretch Marks, scarring and scars on general break skin that has been caused by pregnancy.
Laser treatments do not hurt and can be done in about 15 minutes, each depending on the size of the treatment area.
There is one downside to laser treatments, and that is that they are very expensive. You could be spending as much as $50,000 (sometimes even more) doing these kinds of treatments.
But, lets look at what is important. If you are getting this treatment because you areapplied because of pregnancy, you will have to have it redone because the treated area will berusting. This can cost anywhere from $300-$600.
Laser treatments do not remove stretch marks. Although there are several lotions and creams that claim to reduce or remove stretch marks, it will take a few months to see any real results.
I know this because I have a boil on my face and tried creams and lotions for it. All those creams worked to some extent, but not all of them. Laser treatments work, but to be honest, it isn’t the right cure for stretch marks. Maybe it will help reduce the appearance, but I am not sure how long it will work to repair the problem. Can you see the hole in my thighs, running up the length of my body? Please help, before I!!