Why consider Laser Scar Fade?

  • Reduce redness
  • Soften and fade surgical scars
  • Improve the appearance
  • Safe and comfortable treatment
  • 15 minutes

  • $199

Before and After


Laser Scar Fade

What is Laser Scar Fade?

Whether you have acne scars, surgical scars, or other types of scarring, the Cutera Excel V+ laser can help. Our laser technology breaks down scar tissue and rejuvenates it, helping to improve the texture and appearance of your scar. You can achieve smoother, more even-looking scars with a series of treatments.

How does it work?

Our Cutera Excel V+ laser system is safe, effective, and versatile for addressing various skin concerns, such as fading scars. During the treatment, the laser targets blood vessels that can reduce scar appearance.

The pulses of light can help flatten the scar and reduce redness. 

How many treatments?

Patients can see results in as little as one treatment. Depending on your concerns. We recommend 3-6 treatments every 4 weeks.

Enhance your results

Combine a Vascular laser to reduce prominent vessels around the nose and cheeks and a peptide mask to decrease facial redness.

Similar treatments to Laser Scar Fade:

Several treatments are similar to laser scar fade in terms of their ability to improve the scar; however, Cutera Excel V+ is the gold standard for laser scar fade.
Here are a few examples:

  1. Silicone gels and sheets: Silicone gels and sheets are used on healing skin, not open wounds. They’re soft and flexible and are applied like a self-adhesive dressing.
  2. Steroids: Corticosteroids can effectively treat certain types of scars, like thick or keloid scars. They’re injected directly into the scar tissue to help decrease the scar.
  3. Dermal fillers: Injectable dermal fillers are gel-like substances injected underneath your skin. For example, they can be injected into pitted acne scars to plump and soften the area.
  4. Microneedling: Microneedling or skin needling is used on various scar types. As the name implies, the treatment uses microneedles in the skin and creates microchannels that help to restructure the skin and reduce the appearance of scars.
  5. Medicated creams: Depending on the type of scar you have; a doctor may be able to prescribe a cream. Some prescription-only creams may be more effective than those you buy over the counter.
  6. Complimentary Consultations
    We provide complimentary consultations before all skin, laser and cosmetic injectable treatments. This appointment is paramount and an opportunity for the cosmetic nurse or dermal therapist to educate you on what treatments may assist in addressing your concerns, realistic goals, the number of treatments required, cost, potential risks, adverse reactions and skin preparation to avoid complications and increase results.⁠