Scarring & Stretch Marks

Scarring occurs following a skin tissue trauma or damage to the surface of your skin.  Whilst it may not look pleasant, scarring is actually part of the skin’s natural healing process. 

Stretch marks are a very common skin condition, particularly in adults. Stretch marks appear as lines or streaks across the skin, and can be pink, silver, red, purple, brown or black. It is normal for stretch marks to begin as a darker colour before fading to a paler colour over time.

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Whilst stretch marks are not harmful, some people seek treatment options to lessen their appearance. Coppergate Clinic offers treatments for stretch marks and scarring, such as fractional laser resurfacing and chemical peels.

Whilst it is unlikely that stretch marks will ever disappear completely, our treatments can significantly reduce the visibility of your stretch marks and scarring.

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