Stretch Marks/
Scar Reduction

It’s not uncommon to develop stretch marks over time due to hormones, pregnancy, or weight gain and other kinds of scars can be reminders of past surgeries, accidents, and even acne. Luckily, we have the tools to reduce the physical appearance of your scars.

Stretch marks and scars can keep you from doing the things in life that you want to do, like wearing that bikini or asking someone out on a date. It is possible to get significant improvement with non-invasive methods that have little to no downtime with a big payoff. Stretch marks can see major progress when using radio frequency to treat them. These sessions are relaxing and pain-free; our expert technicians will slowly heat up your skin cells and begin to erase the look and feel of stretch marks.

Laser Treatments

For more intense stretch marks and scars, we recommend using the Palomar Icon fractional non-ablative laser treatments from Dr. Sugimoto Med Spa. These treatments will resurface the skin and create beautiful, smooth, younger looking skin in place of your old stretch marks and scars. In some cases, a combination of these two treatments might give you your best results.

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Acne scars can be some of the most frustrating scars to deal with because they are often one of the first things a person sees when they look at you. If your scarring is mild to moderate, you may want to consider radio frequency treatments. Our amazing RF TriPollar technology heats your skin up to the perfect temperature to stimulate collagen production and fill in the recesses in your face. If your scarring is more severe, a great method would be a series of treatments with our Palomar Icon fractional laser. This laser will resurface your skin and give you a new canvas to work from, eliminating deep pockets in your skin. In some cases, a combination of these two treatments might give you your best results.

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If neither of these treatments appeal to you, a medium or deep Chemical Peel or Oxygeneo 3-in-one Facial may be something you might consider as well.

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