Renude Laser Clinic is your ultimate destination for all things ‘skin’. If you’re struggling with scarring as a result of acne or skin trauma, our team of dedicated clinicians are ready to help you achieve clearer and more even skin with our unique laser technology.
Laser Scar Removal Clinic, North Sydney
How does scarring occur?
Scarring is the result of trauma caused to the skin which results in the skin healing in a particular manner. Healing may differ from case to case depending on the severity and depth of the trauma.
Some scarring may result in the darkening or lightening of the skin, however other more serious scars may lead to raised skin (also known as keloid scars) or even an indentation.
How can I treat scarring?
Whether you’re dealing with long term scars from surgery or even new scarring as a result of hormonal acne, the most effective removal treatment is via laser.
Our Patented Micro-Ablative Fractional Laser Treatment
Using our patented, world first micro-ablative fractional laser treatment, our medical grade laser technology is safe on all skin types, unlike the more common CO2 fractional laser.
This non-invasive treatment delivers laser directly to the skin that is divided into thousands of small microscopic treatment zones, treating different ‘fractions’ of the skin at a time.
Not only does this treatment have the capacity to improve acne scarring but it also combats uneven skin texture, pigmentation as well as the first signs of ageing.
This treatment encourages skin repair in record time, providing an excellent solution for acne scarring that saves time and promises less discomfort.
Book your session at our North Sydney Clinic
If you’re ready to say goodbye to your scars, get in touch with the team at Renude Laser Clinic today. Our team of friendly clinicians have the requisite expertise to help you achieve your skin goals with a solid foundation in the science of skin.
Book your session at our North Sydney location via our website or give us a call at 1300 125 327, for your most beautiful skin yet.