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Stretch Mark Treatment


Some men and women are predisposed to develop unsightly streak-like, silver-white lines called stretch marks on their skin following such critical episodes of life as puberty spurts, weight-gain or pregnancy.

Typically, stretch marks first appear as dark-colored lines when the skin gets stretched under morphological forces acting during these stages. Then, after these incidents are over and the skin layers that were once rapidly moved apart begin to reposition themselves or contract to get back to their original position, these lines slowly change in colour and texture and appear as silver-white streaks or raised lines on the arms, chest, thighs or tummy.

Normally, these streaks should naturally disappear or become less noticeable over time, but for persons with susceptible skin types they just never fade completely even over a long period of time. Our fractional laser facility is can help such people get rid of their stubborn stretch marks.

Those who feel more conscious of their stretch marks and do not want to take chances to see if their skin heals itself or if they cannot wait for social or other reason and wish to speed up the natural fading process can also consider availing our stretch mark removal service.

Not only is our stretch mark removing process medically proven to reduce the appearance of stretch marks by up to 75 per cent, it is the only laser treatment which has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of stretch marks and scars.

Contact us to today to schedule your free consultation session. You will be referred to one of our board qualified cosmetic / plastic surgeons who will evaluate your unique condition in the friendliest environment and following a detailed skin analysis based on computerized photo imaging, share with you everything you need to know as an informed consumer of medical services.

After a careful analysis our surgeon will decide and let you know if fractional laser is for you, and, if it is, determine the number of treatment sessions that will be required to achieve the best results possible for your specific situation.