When a person has a small scar on their body that is not that noticeable, they usually do not care. It is something that is going to fade over time and may even become completely invisible after several years. However, when a person has a scar in a place that is noticeable, it usually bothers them a lot. This is especially the case if the scar is located on the face, neck or chest.
If you have a scar that is visible to others, you may notice that other people look at it when they first meet you or when they are talking to you. Even if the person does not have bad intentions, it usually makes you feel uncomfortable. And if the scar is related to a very bad memory, the fact that it is constantly brought up in conversations can make you feel terrible.
If you have thought about scar excision, it is very likely that you have looked at all of the different techniques that are available today. There are some surgical scar excision options that are available. However, you may worry about what the outcome will be. You may wonder if the scar that you have after using surgery may be worse than what it looks like right now. If that is the case, non-surgical scar excision may be right for you. This usually involves using a laser or radio frequency.
Both laser and radio frequency have been used in order to lighten scars and, in some cases, completely get rid of them. If you are interested in finding out if either of these techniques can be used to help you get rid of your scars, schedule a consultation at our office in Las Vegas. We would love to evaluate your scar and explain how these procedures are used to help you get a realistic idea of what they can both do for you.
Using lasers or radio frequency to get rid of your scars in a non-surgical manner is going to start with a consultation. We need to examine the area that you would like to have treated, ask you about your overall health and consider some other factors. From there, we can lay out a treatment plan for you. Some people have been able to see their scars almost fade away completely, while others still have a bit of visible scarring, but it is drastically reduced. It all depends on the unique situation.
During your consultation at Las Vegas Laser and Lipo, we are going to talk about all of the benefits and risks that come from using both laser and radio frequency treatments for scar excision. You’re going to see that the benefits far outweigh any risks that you may consider. And since these are non-surgical options, the risks that do exist are a lot fewer than what you would experience if you used surgery to get rid of your scars. Our office is located in Las Vegas. Contact us today to book your appointment to learn more.