Why go through the expense and hassle of hiding your scars with makeup and clothing when you can reduce them easily and fast with the Palomar ICON Laser Light System for scar treatment.
Fractional laser scar treatment is the more comfortable alternative to surgery for acne scars and surgical scars, with remarkable results on any skin type, including very light and very dark skin.
Pulses of fractional light break down scar tissue, triggering new tissue to form in its place. It’s a fast and simple procedure with little to no downtime and minimal discomfort.
You’ve lived with the embarrassment of your scars long enough. Choose laser scar treatment today and watch those scars fade away.
Free yourself from worrying about your scars with the Palomar ICON Laser scar removal system.
What types of scars can be treated?
Laser scar treatment is appropriate for surgical scars and acne scars on any area of the body
Am I a good candidate for this procedure?
Laser scar treatment works on any skin type, including very light and very dark skin. Your provider will determine whether you are a good candidate for this treatment.
How does it work?
We use a fractional laser from the company that invented and patented micro-fractional laser technology. Laser scar treatment uses “fractional” pulses of laser light to break down scar tissue and to help generate healthy new tissue, light in colour and more even in texture.
How long does it take?
The procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.
Does it hurt?
Most people feel minimal discomfort during the laser procedure. Your provider may discuss pain management options with you.
How many treatments will I need?
Most people need three to five treatment sessions for optimum results.
How quickly will I recover?
People typically resume their regular activities immediately following the treatment session.
Are there any side effects?
Typical side effects include a temporary redness and swelling at the treatment site which should last only a few days. Your provider may discuss other potential side effects with you.