Scarring results from the body’s natural healing process after tissue has been damaged. New collagen fibers are formed to repair the tear in the dermis, with a different texture and appearance than the rest of the skin.
Timeless specializes in treatments for the following conditions:
The good news is that medical intervention can make a real difference. With advanced technology, Timeless can treat scarring safely and effectively. Seeing is believing; take a look at the results we’ve achieved for a few of our patients.
We have a host of options to treat and combat your areas of concern. Explore our service menu below to learn about some of the most effective treatments Timeless can use to help you.
Erase brown spots, uneven texture, lines and wrinkles all with with no downtime.
A laser resurfacing treatment that uses a unique wavelength of light to send heat to the deeper layers of the skin to treat lines & wrinkles, sun damage, pore size, dark circles, skin laxity, and improve overall skin texture.
A safe laser treatment that smooths fine lines and scars, improves the texture of the skin, decreases redness and pore size with no downtime.
A non-surgical, therapeutic treatment used to improves the appearance of fine lines, texture, pores, scars and wrinkles.
Treatments for acne scars including pock marks or pits on the surface of the skin involve a multidimensional approach that may include some or all of the following treatments:
Before we recommend a treatment, we sit down with you to understand your condition, evaluate your skin, and decide on only the most proven treatments to manage or treat your specific condition. Our science-backed approach is why our patients love us!
We can treat scars caused by:
Acne scars often appear as pock marks or pits on the surface of the skin. Inflamed blemishes cause the pore to expand with a break in the follicle wall. As the wound heals, the body can produce either too much collagen, resulting in a raised scar, or if there is tissue damage, atrophic, or depressed scars. Blemishes also commonly leave behind discoloration, or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), rather than a true scar.
Any sort of incision or injury to the dermis will result in a scar as the body goes into healing mode. New collagen fibers form to mend the wound and the result is a different texture and appearance than the surrounding skin.