• Scar revision and treatments for hypertrophic (thick, red, raised), keloid (grow beyond the border of incision or wound), and contracture scars (loss of skin over a large area).
  • Variety of techniques to improve both new and old scars including topical creams, laser treatment, steroid application and injections, surgical scar revision.
  • Topical treatments, which include compression bandages and gels.
  • Injectable treatments, which are used with concave scars.
    • Several injections may be required over the course of time.
  • Surface treatments, which can decrease the appearance of the scar.
    • They may include dermabrasion, laser therapy, chemical peels, or skin bleaching.