If you are considering undergoing laser treatment for stretch marks, you should be well aware about the pros and cons of this kind of procedure. Laser treatment is not something to be taken lightly; rather it should be well thought of before making any final decision.

How Is It Done?

Traditional Laser treatment is a surgical procedure that involves the use of a laser light to break down scar tissue and encourage the growth of new skin cells alongside collagen, to fill the scar marks. The latest kind of laser treatment involves making small wounds on the skin (as wide as the diameter of the hair on our skin) to encourage the skins healing process therefore covering the area with new skin.

Is it Safe?

Since laser treatment for stretch marks is almost non-invasive (except of course for the treatment that requires the surgeon to make very tiny wounds), it is considered to be generally safe. Most patients do not even need anesthetics when undergoing this procedure since pain is very minimal. Some patients say that it only feels like there is a burning sensation in the area.

How Much Will I Spend?

Laser treatment is quite expensive even for the average person. Your total cost will depend on the kind of laser treatment you want to get and the severity of your stretch marks. Laser treatment for stretch marks usually ranges from $300 to $5,000.

What to Expect

When talking about expectations for the treatment of stretch marks, it is best that you remain positive but realistic. After undergoing laser treatment for stretch marks, you should not be surprised to find that some marks are still there. It takes time (several sessions) to get rid of the stubborn old scars compared to those that have appeared recently. The success of the treatment also depends on the person who had it. Some people respond to this kind of treatment better than others.

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