Whether you have acne scars that make you self-conscious or deeper scarring from an injury or surgery, there is a way to minimise the appearance of scars.
We have a number of treatments to smooth, flatten and reduce scarring – plus helpful ways to treat painful, itchy or tender scars.
Scars are created by thick, fibrous tissue that forms after trauma occurs to healthy tissue. Depending on how the tissue damage occurred, scars present in many different ways: raised, discoloured, white, stretched or depressed.
As such, each scar requires treatment specific to the individual nature, appearance and presentation of the lesion. We offer a range of scar revision treatments, to ensure the best possible results.
Our clinical approach to cosmetic procedures sets us apart for scar revision treatments. Receive medical-grade care from a team who understands aesthetics and the impact of scarring on self-esteem. Booking an initial consultation is the best way to learn what is possible.
How scar revision treatment works
Take comfort knowing there are multiple ways to treat scars. Treatment is tailored to each type of scarring you have, providing the best course of action to minimise the scar’s appearance.
Explore treatment options below, then book a consultation to learn how we can treat your scarring.
Suitable for acne scarring
By removing the outer layer of damaged skin, laser treatment is used to help flatten and improve the colour and texture of a scar. Laser can also target blood vessels within the lesion to help reduce redness.
BroadBand Light (BBL)
Suitable for acne scarring, redness and hyperpigmentation
BBL targets discoloration within a scar, such as brown or red pigmentation (otherwise known as PIH or PIE). Learn more about BBL .
Suitable for hypertrophic and keloid scars
Injecting a corticosteroid solution directly into a hypertrophic or keloid scar may help reduce swelling, inflammation and size. Steroids break the bonds between collagen fibres, which reduces the amount of scar tissue beneath the skin.
Suitable for depressed or rolling acne scars
Subcision targets the tough, underlying fibrous tissue that pulls at a scar and causes it to depress into the skin. A needle is used to break up the scar tissue to help lift the scar.
Suitable for surgical scars and burns
For certain scars, topical applications are effective at softening and flattening without invasive intervention. These treatments are also beneficial for relieving symptoms such as itching.
Suitable for acne scars and skin rejuvenation
Tiny needles help to minimise the appearance of scars by stimulating new collagen growth and encouraging your skin to heal and repair.
Suitable for keloid and icepick scars
In instances of deep, substantial scarring, the scar may need to be surgically removed.
A treatment plan is discussed at time of consultation to determine the most appropriate treatment for the individual.
Before & After
The best treatment depends upon the size and type of scarring you present with. Providing individual treatment is important to us, so we achieve the best results for you. In your initial consultation, we assess the scar and recommend a suitable treatment plan.
We aim to reduce the appearance of scars as much as possible, however we cannot guarantee its complete removal. Once we have an opportunity to assess your scar, we’re completely upfront about what you can expect, so you have realistic expectations. The best thing to do is book a free consultation to discuss your individual options.
You benefit from the level of care, precision and knowledge we provide (see our difference here). As a medical-grade cosmetic clinic, we assure your comfort by giving you individual attention, custom treatment plans and long consultations.
Book your free consultation at our laser clinic
Registered Cosmetic Nurse Sally Kinsella will perform your treatment. The first step is to book a free consultation with Sally to discuss your areas of concern and recommended number of sessions. Lock in your consultation to learn more and get started.