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Scar Reduction

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Scar Reduction

Scars can become very ugly after a wound heals. While the body uses scars as a way to protect itself, once the wound has healed, you may find your scar to be distracting from your natural beauty or it may even cause functional issues.

Scar reduction treatments will help to lessen the appearance. Whether the scar you’re worried about is found on your face or another part of your body, Dr. Brinley will help lessen the appearance.

Offering full concierge medical and spa services, Dr. Brinley doesn’t expect you to fight traffic or sit in a waiting room. Instead, she can come to your home or see you quickly in office.

Dr. Brinley performs your scar reduction treatment quickly and discreetly to enhance your beauty and help you look and feel more like yourself. Call today to schedule your free consultation and find out how Dr. Brinley can help reduce the appearance of your scars.

Dr. Brinley Medical Concierge

What Type of Scars can be Treated?

Scarring happens naturally and the way your skin scars depends on your age and genetics. Scars ranging from simple acne scars to severe burn scars can be treated and the appearance reduces. With the right scar treatment, the damaged cells causing the uneven texture and/or tone can be reversed.

All types of scars can be treated including facial scars, acne scars, keloid scars, and contracture scars.

What are Facial Scars?

Facial scarring may cause you to suffer from low self esteem. A blemish or distortion on the face can be reduced with the right scar reduction treatment. If you suffer from facial scars, Dr. Brinley will help you gain back your lost confidence.

What are Acne Scars?

Did you suffer from acne when you were younger? Are you left with small scars on your face due to the acne breakouts you used to endure? Whether you still suffer from acne or you just have unsavory blemishes left behind, Dr. Brinley can help restore your beautiful skin. Ask about PRP therapy or laser therapy. Dr. Brinley can recommend the right therapy for you. With the right acne scar reduction treatment, you can rid your face of these unsightly blemishes once and for all.

What are Keloid Scars?

An excess of collagen causes keloid scars, which may impair your body’s function. Often, these scars form after a trauma or injury. They can be treated in several different ways to ensure you gain function back and reduce the appearance.

What are Contracture Scars?

More commonly known as burn scars, contracture scars happen when the skin becomes harder or contracts due to a chemical reaction or a hot temperature. These scars require instant treatment or they may result in disfigurement.

Dr. Brinley offers several treatment options to help with scar reduction. If you suffer from a scar causing concern or low self-esteem, the right treatment will help reduce your scarring. Call Dr. Brinley today and schedule your free consultation.

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