Scarring

Scars are formed by fibrous tissues that replace normal skin after an injury. Unfortunately, they are a natural part of the body’s healing process for almost every type of injury to the skin. The degree of scarring depends upon the degree of the wound: deeper wounds result in more significant scarring. Behavioral and environmental factors such as smoking, drinking and sun exposure can increase the severity of scarring. In addition, natural aging can contribute to scarring. As we age our skin loses the ability to repair damaged skin because it produces less collagen and elastin, resulting in greater scarring.

At Belcara Health, we have a variety of skin care treatments available to help reduce the appearance of many types of scars, including those caused by acne, trauma, keloid or hypertrophic scars, and atrophic scars.

We have achieved significant success in treating scars with:

  • Medical Grade Chemical Peels
  • Profractional Lasers
  • Dermal Fillers
  • MicroNeedling
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Skincare Products

During your consultation, we will determine which treatment or combination of treatments will be most effective in reducing the appearance of your scar.

Our practitioners who specialize in Scar Treatments:

Doctor image

Kara Bagranoff McGee

Injectable & Laser Specialist

View Profile
Doctor image

Kierstin McClanahan

CoolSculpting, Injectable & Laser Specialist

View Profile
Doctor image

Tammy Pierce

Aesthetician and Anti-Aging Specialist

View Profile
Doctor image

Jamie Bonner

Aesthetician & Anti-Aging Skincare Specialist

View Profile
Doctor image

Dr. Nadia K. Mostovych

Board-Certified Head & Neck Surgeon
Facial Plastic Surgeon

View Profile
Association logos
Doctor image

Dr. Bradley C. Robertson

Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, Facial Surgery Specialist

View Profile
Association logos
Back to Top