12 Jun 2018
Stretch marks are common among women after pregnancy. They might have fine lines mostly in the areas prone to fat accumulation like hips, arms, abdomen, tummy, and thighs. They may prosper due to hormonal adjustments or sudden fat loss in these regions. Nearly three in four women will develop stretch marks on their legs, abdomen, hips, and other areas of the body affected by weight gain during pregnancy.
During the pregnancy time, the skin expands and stretches to its maximum limit, causing tears in the layers of skin. These tears are stretch marks that appear as lustrous, white streaks in the skin. Many of the women who are having stretch marks after the pregnancy will have laser stretch mark removal to obliterate these unnecessary markings. This treatment is designed to give women the renewed, youthful appearance they desire.
Laser Stretch Mark Removal
During the laser stretch marks removal procedure, a ray of light eliminates thin layers of skin around the stretch marks. The laser is distinctively successful for this procedure. Instead of burning or cutting the affected skin areas like other lasers, it uses high-energy ultraviolet laser light to disrupt the molecular bonds in the skin tissue, which causes the tissue to dissolve in a process. Once laser stretch mark removal is complete, the place where it is treated will heal very quickly, and new layers of skin will be generated. Stretch marks will have disappeared, and a renewed, healthy appearance will result.
The most important benefit of laser stretch mark removal is its effectiveness. The treatment has a very high rate of patient satisfaction. It is also extremely safe; the laser is precisely controlled, with little potential to cause injury. Ultimately, it is less invasive than surgical body sculpting procedures such as tummy tucks, with less recovery time, lower cost, and fewer potential complications.
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