Scar correction – for an effective correction of bothersome scars

After accidents, surgery or severe burns, scars can be unsightly and painful and even affect the functioning of joints. Aesthea offers very effective and safe scar correction options from both a medical and aesthetic point of view. The measures range from conservative (e.g. subcutaneous injections) to microsurgical procedures. The latter is used, for example, when transplanting tissue to treat extensive scars. The fact is: Although scars cannot be completely removed, in many cases their appearance can be significantly enhanced!

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Frequently asked questions


Frequently asked questions

Here you will find the answers to frequently asked questions.

If you do not find the answer to your question, please do not hesitate to contact us.

What types of scars can be corrected and through which procedures?

Both sunken and raised scars can be corrected well with today’s technology. Scars lying below the level of the skin can be raised using filler injections with hyaluronic acid and so treated well. Sometimes connections to deeper skin structures must be loosened or detached.

If the scars are raised (lying above the skin surface), they are treated with injections of a cortisone-containing crystal suspension. This allows us to have a positive effect on both the size and the color of the scar. Laser and cryotherapy are also treatment alternatives for scars, as is excision (cutting out) of scar tissue or a skin graft.

When is the time right for a scar correction?

We recommend considering surgical scar correction at the earliest after the onset of scar maturation (after about six months). As a rule, scars can be treated promisingly in their early stages. This is especially true for raised scars, for which early treatment achieves the best results.

Can I repeat a scar correction?

In principle, in most cases, scar corrections can be repeated. For the best outcome, we sometimes recommend that our patients have scar treatment carried out in several stages.


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