Scar Removal

Scar Removal


Any burn, injury, or other trauma, such as surgery, can cause a scar. Now a scar isn’t bad if it’s small or in a location that’s easy to conceal. But when it’s not, you may wonder if there’s a way to treat it, other than hiding it under your clothes, that will make it go away or at least change how it looks. We do offer some great options to diminish or completely remove scar appearance. The best is to start by coming in for a free consultation, that way you can meet with one of our skincare experts that will go over treatment options. Diagnosis: Many clients come to us after using ineffective scar treatment products that work topically rather than remodeling the skin back to form a firm, flat surface. Following the occurrence of acne, lacerations or injuries, the skin forms new cells. When these new cells develop either too quickly (hypotropic scar) or too slowly (cuneiform scar), a scar form. Solution: Scar revision cannot be achieved by merely rubbing a crème onto the surface of the skin.

Suddenly Slimmer Day and Med Spa implement different skin revision systems which force the skin to go into a repair phase, changing the architecture of the scarred area. The aim is to encourage old, damaged scar tissue to replace itself with stronger, firmer, healthier tissue. We advocate a series of treatments for optimal results, such as Pixel Laser Skin Resurfacing, Medical Peels, the proper medical skincare products at home. Suddenly Slimmer Day and Med Spa is a world leader in scar revision.

Phoenix — Suddenly Slimmer Med Spa is proud to Offer Latest Treatments For Scar Removal

***Please be aware that with any wellness program, individual results may vary.

3313 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, Arizona, 85018. Phone: 602-952-8446

Frequently Asked Questions

How does scarring happen and what are possible treatments?

Scarring is a natural part of the healing process after an injury. Its appearance and its treatment depend on multiple factors. The depth and size of the wound or cut and the location of the injury matter. So do your age, genes, sex, and ethnicity.

What Are Possible Treatments for Scars?

Scar treatments may include:

Over-the-counter or prescription creams, ointments, or gels. These products can be used to treat scars that are caused by cuts or other injuries or wounds. If you have scarring from severe acne, treatment may include CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing, MicroNeedling, Pixel Skin Resurfacing, Radio Frequency Resurfacing, Medical Peel, Microdermabrasion or Obagi Nu-Derm Tretinoin Cream 0.1% + Obagi Blender. Injections such as Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, or Perlane fillers may be useful for some types of pitted scarring, although these are not usually permanent solutions. If you’ve recently had surgery that has caused scars, it is best to wait at least 5 months before making a decision about scar treatment. Many scars fade and become less noticeable over time. You may get steroid injections to treat scars that stick out, such as keloids or hypertrophic scars.