Removal of scars and stretch marks
Removal of scars and stretch marks

Scars and stretch marks

Scar formation is a natural reaction of the body to skin damage resulting from an accident, surgery or disease. The connective tissue replaces the connective tissue proper in the healing process - as a result, it can be smooth and invisible, or may become thick, hard and tense. In the second case, an aesthetic problem arises.

Stretch marks are a type of scars. They appear as a result of sudden, excessive stretching or shrinking of the skin. Cracking collagen and elastin fibers cause the formation of red, pink, or purple lines. As a result of healing, stretch marks become brighter - they take on a pearl or ivory colour.

Creams or lotions on scars and stretch marks act only in the initial inflammatory phase, and even then they do not eliminate the unsightly lesions completely. Effective treatment requires application of aesthetic medicine solutions. They include i.a. microneedle mesotherapy, which stimulates the natural regeneration abilities of the skin.

Laser removal of scars and stretch marks is considered the most effective method. Ablative and non-ablative lasers bring the expected result in the form of elimination of lesions, stimulation of the production of collagen fibers and regaining elasticity and firmness of the skin. This is a highly effective, non-invasive treatment.

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Laser platform

Laser platform is a multi-functional device that allows you to combine different types of lasers and technology during a single procedure.  Read more

Thulium laser

Subablative laser applied in aesthetic medicine. It is used to reduce hyperpigmentation, scars, visibility of enlarged pores and resurfacing. The recovery period after the procedure is shortened, and the effect of a “baby face" is visible more quickly.  Read more

CO2 laser

Fractional ablative laser. Used to reduce scars, remove lesions and perform resurfacing procedures.  Read more


A type of preparations that combine the properties of mesotherapy and fillers. These are preparations that cause moisturization of the skin while stimulating the skin to natural regenerative processes. They give the effect of rebuilding of the skin tissues.  Read more

Platelet-rich plasma mesotherapy

Type of mesotherapy where administered product is the patient’s centrifugated blood, which reduces the risk of allergic reactions. Plasma treatments are widely used in treating scars, hair problems, and moisturising treatments.  Read more

Microneedle mesotherapy

A medical device that performs treatments by means of micropunctures. The effect of the treatment may be enriched with the additional of dedicated cosmetics. It is used for stimulation of collagen production. Read more

Radiofrequency microneedling

A treatment consisting in the combination of radiofrequency and microneedle procedure. As a result, the skin is double stimulated, through programmed damage and stimulation with eclectic current. 
This treatment is used to reduce scars and enlarged pores. 
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Chemical peelings

Properly selected chemicals that have a brightening and anti-aging effect.  Read more

Medical lamp phototherapy

Medical lamp using regeneration and healing properties of lights of different lengths. Read more

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