Award-winning InMode Specialists Dr George Calfas: InMode Physician of the Year - Aesthetics | InMode Best Case Study - Morpheus8
Award-winning InMode Specialists Dr George Calfas: InMode Physician of the Year - Aesthetics | InMode Best Case Study - Morpheus8
Award-winning InMode Specialists Dr George Calfas: InMode Physician of the Year - Aesthetics | InMode Best Case Study - Morpheus8

Scar Treatment

Concerned about the appearance of scars? At GMC we have treatment options that quickly and effectively reduce scarring, improving the texture of the skin, comfort, and confidence.

Skin scarring is a common issue many of us face at some point in our lives, whether it's from acne, injuries, surgeries, or other skin conditions. But here's the good news: treatments are available to help minimise those scars and boost your confidence. From high-tech wonders like lasers and microneedling to topical solutions, there's a world of possibilities to choose from. The key is finding what works best for you, so you can put those worries about skin scars behind you and feel great about your skin again.

Advanced treatments are suitable regardless of the scar's age. Your Specialist may consider Platelet Rich Plasma PRP, MORPHEUS8 RF Microneedling, Injectables (Filler), Laser Resurfacing, or others.

For scarring older than two years, taking Vitamin C, applying Vitamin E, Bio-Oil (or similar) may also be helpful. We recommend you check with your skin Specialist for appropriate skin care for your particular type of scarring.

What is a scar?

A scar is a mark left on the skin or within body tissue as a result of a wound, burn, or sore, and fibrous connective tissue has developed as part of the healing process. Scars may cause a lot of distress to the person because of their appearance but also because they may interfere with function and movement as well as causing tightness, pain, and itch.

What types of scars are there?

Most scars are red and thickened at first but gradually settle down to a flatter, softer, and paler state, mostly within two years. However, in a small percentage of cases, the scar “overheals” and becomes thicker and harder than usual and this may take much longer to eventually settle. This is called a hypertrophic scar. In an even smaller percentage of cases, around 3-4%, there is a genetic defect where the healing of the scar fails to cease and the scar becomes significantly larger and harder, sometimes grossly so. This is called a keloid scar, and this scar will not improve on its own and needs to be treated.

Can you remove a scar?

Although some scars, and in particular acne scarring on the face can be partly or entirely removed most other scars elsewhere on the body cannot. However, the good news is that with medical advances in the range and types of available treatments, their appearance can now usually be significantly improved with satisfying results. Results will depend on the nature of the scar, where it is located, and the individual’s skin type.

Discover our advanced scar management and reduction solutions, designed to fade scars, and restore skin confidence!

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Decrease scar tissue build-up.

Restore tissue of contracted scarring.

Heal, remodelling, and softening of the scar tissue.

Improved skin texture, comfort, and confidence in your appearance.

Treatment guide

There is a wide range starting with natural treatments such as taking vitamin C to encourage collagen production and speed up healing, firm tissue massage which is an effective way of decreasing scar tissue build-up and softening the scar, rubbing certain oils such as vitamin E and Bio-oil into the scar tissue, and stretching contracted scars to restore normal tissue length. These procedures however are not likely to be effective if the scar is more than two years old.

Advanced treatments include a range of lasers and radiofrequency devices, excisions, injection therapies including steroids together with 5- FU, and biological products derived from your own tissues which aid in the healing, remodelling, and softening of the scar.

Pricing guide

Consultation required. Pricing will depend on the recommended treatment(s) and will be advised at your consultation.


Because scars vary greatly a consultation is advisable so that your particular scar(s) can be properly assessed and your treatment options and expectations discussed, as well as the costs involved. Because of the wide range of effective treatments available, we can tailor treatment to suit each individual’s budget.

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