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Scars & Striae

Minimizing Scars with Aerolase Lasers

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Improve the Appearance of Scars and Striae

Scars can be treated in a variety ways with Aerolase laser technology. The Era is used to ablate skin along incision lines, post-suturing, to minimize raised scar formation, and to resurface scar tissue. LightPod 1064nm lasers are used to remove vascularity and other pigmentation from existing scars to make them less noticeable.

Two distinct modalities to minimize & reduce appearance of scars

Ability to tailor treatment to scar type

Improves both skin texture and pigment

How Have We Advanced the Treatment of Scars and Striae?

Aerolase provides laser technology for two different methods of treating scars. For the treatment of incisions post-suturing, to minimize raised scar formation, the Era is used to ablate along the incision line; this promotes evenness of skin healing and the heat from the laser energy stimulates the formation of new collagen, further improving the surface texture and uniformity. For the treatment of existing scars, the Era can be used to reduce the raised scar tissue and improve texture, while either the Neo or Neo V is used to target pigment including red (vascularity) and brown (hyperpigmentation) to improve the cosmetic appearance of the scar.

“The dramatic reduction in the appearance of scars can be life-changing for patients. The Era scar treatment has been pivotal in helping traumatic scars in patients affected by the explosion in Beirut during August 2020.”

Dr. William Watfa
Facial Plastic Surgeon, Beirut, Lebanon

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The Favorite Laser Device of Skin Care Professionals

The Neo Elite was selected as Favorite Laser Device by DERMASCOPE Magazine’s Aestheticians’ Choice Awards 2015-2021.

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