Stretch marks treatment in Noida

Stretch marks, also known as striae, are long, narrow streaks or lines that develop on the skin. They commonly appear as reddish or purplish marks initially and eventually fade to a lighter color, often resembling pale, silvery-white or glossy scars. Stretch marks are a common skin concern that can affect both men and women of various ages. Stretch marks typically occur when the skin stretches or expands rapidly due to factors such as pregnancy, rapid growth during adolescence, significant weight gain or loss, hormonal changes, and certain medical conditions. This rapid stretching can cause the middle layer of the skin (dermis) to tear, leading to the formation of stretch marks.


? Laser

Fractional laser resurfacing: This treatment uses a laser that delivers a series of tiny, high-precision microbeams into the skin. These microbeams create controlled areas of injury, known as microscopic treatment zones, while leaving the surrounding skin unaffected. The laser energy stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin, which helps to remodel and improve the appearance of stretch marks. The procedure typically takes 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the size and number of stretch marks being treated.

? Dermaroller

Dermaroller treatment, also known as microneedling, is another option for reducing the appearance of stretch marks. It involves using a device called a dermaroller, which is a roller covered in tiny needles. The tiny needles on the roller create micro-injuries in the skin, stimulating the natural healing process and triggering collagen and elastin production. This helps to remodel the skin and improve the appearance of stretch marks over time. Dermaroller treatment for stretch marks typically requires multiple sessions, usually spaced several weeks apart. The exact number of sessions depends on factors such as the severity of the stretch marks and the desired results.

? Growth factor treatment

In this, we combine growth treatment with other modalities to reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Growth factors helps in collagen synthesis thus stimulating natural healing.