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Traumatic Scars

If you have an unsightly scar following trauma, our treatment options offer a lasting solution. Healing can be a long process, and unfortunately for some people, as scarring matures, it can become highly visible.

Traumatic scarring doesn’t have to leave a permanent mark.

When the short-term effects of trauma have faded, an unseen complication, scar tissue, may be lurking beneath the skin. Excess scar tissue in the deeper layers of your skin can reduce function and movement months after surgery. And on the skin’s surface, lingering scars may be visible. The good news is that treatment options are available to improve the appearance of traumatic scarring and restore skin texture and smoothness.

Traumatic scarring results from healing after significant injury to the skin. Any trauma ends up causing inflammation and swelling of skin tissue. Over time, that inflammation turns into a scar. The body forms new collagen fibres to mend the damage, resulting in a scar. The new scar tissue will have a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue. There are different kinds of scars, and most scars are flat and pale. However, in cases when the body produces too much collagen, scars can be raised. Raised scars are called hypertrophic scars or keloid scars. The depth and size of the wound or cut and the location of the injury matter, so do your age, genes, sex, and ethnicity.
Sometimes scar tissue can be painless, and you may notice it has a thicker texture compared to the rest of your body, and that’s it. In some cases, however, over time, scar tissue may become painful as nerve endings regenerate. Some of the symptoms of scar tissue pain include swelling, redness, itchiness, throbbing, sensitivity to touch, and reduced range of motion.
If the scar tissue you want to treat is from recent trauma, we recommend waiting at least a year before proceeding. This is because the initial scar tissue could go away on its own without needing additional procedures.

Trauma scarring treatment options

Non-surgical treatments are available to treat scar tissue and its uncomfortable symptoms and appearance. Talk to our team about the following approaches.


Radiofrequency Scar Reduction

Restore a smoother appearance.


CO2 Laser – Scar Reduction

Restore a smoother appearance


Erbium Glass Laser

For soft, dewy, youthful skin.

Products to treat Traumatic Scars

Buy collagen 360 intensive cream by mesoestetic

Collagen 360 Intensive Cream

$159.00 inc. GST

Buy collagen 360 essence by mesoestetic

Collagen 360 essence

$119.20 inc. GST

Buy anti-stress mask by mesoestetic

Anti-stress mask

$129.00 inc. GST


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