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Scarring

Whenever the skin tissue is cut or damaged, it will generally heal by creating a scar over the wound. Our body’s natural healing process can take time and sometimes a visible mark is left on the skin, which for some people doesn’t tend to disappear as fast. 

Facial scars come in numerous forms and may be caused by injuries, acne, burns, or surgery. 

Since your face is constantly exposed to the environment, scars on this part of your body may have a harder time healing.

Here at DD Clinical, we have various treatment options such as the iPixel laser treatment that helps to reshape your skin through a series of minute punctures. This allows controlled wound healing and leaves the skin smoother, clearer and firmer.

What Causes Scarring?

Facial scarring can be caused by many factors, some of which include:

  • Acne
  • Burns
  • Deep cuts
  • Injuries 
  • Stretch marks caused by pregnancy, weight loss, bodybuilding

Professional Skin cleaning treatments for scarring

At DD Clinical, we offer a wide range of skin scarring and clearing treatments including iPixel Laser, skin peels and many more. 

After a consultation with our clinician, you’ll be advised on a treatment option that best suits your skin type.

Each of our treatments are carried out by our expert staff that are trained and qualified to use the lasers effectively, leaving you with fresh and clearer looking skin.

Our ‘Lunch time facelift’ – iPixel Laser

Our iPixel Laser is a specialist skin resurfacing laser designed to dramatically improve your skin without injections or surgery, helping to reduce the appearance of facial skin marks, pigmentation and scarring.

  • Virtually pain-free
  • Boosts Collagen
  • Skin resurfacing
  • 30 minutes procedure time
  • Safe for all skin types
  • Long lasting results 

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If you'd like to know more about any of our treatments please do not hesitate to get in touch using our contact form. Alternatively you can call us on 01244 723300.

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