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Scar Treatment Reduction

Scarring can affect both men and women physically and psychologically and is a part of the body's natural healing process after tissue is damaged. A scar, particularly if it's on your face, like acne scars, can be very distressing and can even affect going about your daily activities.  

Although scars are permanent, they can fade over a period of up to 2 years. It's unlikely they'll fade any more after this time. If you have a scar or multiple scars you are tired of hiding or trying to cover with makeup, then the Este Medical Group's scar removal treatments help.

Here at Este Medical Group, we have clinics across the entire UK and worldwide who are dedicated to helping reduce and remove your scarring. Whether it's a c-section scar, acne scars or injury scars, we'll put together a personalised treatment plan for you.

It's important to understand that everyone's skin and scar is different, so results may vary from person to person and depending on the type of scar, however, we will analyse your scar during your initial consultation and be open and honest with how our scar treatments can help.

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Types of Scars

Not all Este Medical Group clinics can treat all scar types due to the treatment required. Please get in touch with your local branch for a consultation to determine if we can treat your type of scar.

Normal fine-line scars

A minor wound, like a cut, will usually heal to leave a raised line. They will gradually fade and flatten over time; however, the scar will not disappear completely, and you'll be left with a visible mark or line.

Keloid scars

This type of scar keeps growing, even after the wound has healed. It is due to the overgrowth of tissue when too much collagen is produced at the site of a wound.

Hypertrophic scars

These scars are the result of excess collagen being produced at the site of a wound.

Pitted or sunken scars

Some scars caused by skin conditions, such as acne, can have a sunken appearance.

Scar contractures

Scar contractures are often caused by burns. They happen when the skin "shrinks", leading to tightness and a restriction in movement.

Acne scars

Acne causes pitted scars and skin discolouration's.

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Treatments for Scars at Este Medical UK

At the Este Medical Group, we offer various types of treatments for scars that are suitable for both men and women and their specific type of scar.

Please book a consultation at your nearest UK clinic to discuss our treatment options further, as different types of scars require different treatment methods.

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Visia Digital Skin Analysis

Visia Digital Skin Analysis

When we use the Visia Digital Skin Analysis to assess your skin, we are using a tool that allows us to see deep below the surface layer of your skin and detect a multiple of potential concerns. This advanced technology allows us to pick up on issues such as spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, UV spots, scars, red areas, porphyrins and more.

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