Stretch Marks Laser Treatment

Stretch marks are an unfortunate fact of life, affecting both male and females. It occurs when the skin has stretched out too fast and too far, causing unsightly coloured lines to appear on the body. Stretch marks are common during puberty, pregnancy and weight loss, affecting all ages and skin types.

Stretch mark laser treatment is a non-surgical procedure that uses pulses of fractional laser light to break down stretch marks, improving the appearance of your skin. With just a few treatments, the redness of the stretch mark can be reduced, leaving your skin smooth and clear. This treatment is ideal for all types of stretch marks; it’s a fast and effective treatment that typically takes 30 minutes, delivering superior and long-lasting results. You can expect minimal to no downtime with the treatment.

So when you’re considering stretch mark treatment… Be Sure it’s Cynosure!

Am I a good candidate for this procedure?

Laser stretch mark treatment is appropriate for any skin type, including very light and very dark skin. Your practitioner will discuss with you whether you are a good candidate for this treatment.

How does it work?

Pulses of fractional laser light are used to break down stretch marks, triggering new tissue production at the site and helping to improve stretch mark colour. The new collagen can leave the stretch mark smoother in texture and reduces the look of the stretch mark on the skin.

How long does it take?

The procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes, depending on the size of the area to be treated.

Does it hurt?

Most people feel minimal pain during the laser procedure. Your practitioner may discuss pain management options with you.

How many treatments will I need?

Most people need four to six treatment sessions for optimum results.

How quickly will I recover?

People typically resume their regular activities immediately after the treatment session.

What can I usually expect after the treatment?

Most people experience a temporary redness and swelling of the treated area which may last a few days.