Scar Removal in Melbourne

Scar reduction is one of our primary focuses here at The DOC Clinic. Whether you’re dealing with the remnants of acne or keloid scarring from an injury, we understand that living with scars sometimes reveals more about us than we need or want to share. That’s why we offer a variety of treatments, including laser scar removal, to Melbourne patients wanting to ease some of the cosmetic stress of covering up. We hope to help you reveal and maintain your skin’s natural beauty, and to ultimately boost your confidence.

Dr Ed Omarjee works with the latest technological advancements in cosmetic treatments, including the exciting Fraxel® laser acne scars treatment, the Laser Genesis, the Fotona Erbium Laser, Secret RF and skin needling for acne scars with the Dermapen.

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Scar Reduction Treatment Options:

Fraxel® Laser Scar Removal Treatment – Fraxel® scar removal uses fractional lasers to penetrate the top layers of the skin. This stimulates collagen production to boost the skin’s natural repair processes, helping to smooth out acne and surgical scars. Fraxel® before and after acne scars pictures testify to the impressive results this treatment can achieve.

Laser Genesis – We offer this YAG laser scar removal to Melbourne patients seeking a safe, effective and non-invasive way to reduce acne blemishes through boosted collagen production.

Subcision – A good option for depressed scar treatment, this minor surgical procedure uses a hypodermic needle to break the fibrotic strands attaching the scar to underlying tissue in order to diminish its appearance.

Skin Needling – Micro needling acne scars using the Dermapen or MDerma involves penetrating the top layers of skin to stimulate cell rejuvenation. Using the Dermapen for scars can be an efficient and effective way to soften their appearance.

Punch Biopsy – This involves excising the blemish, typically under local anaesthetic, with minimal pain and no downtime for the patient.

Dermabrasion – An intensive resurfacing treatment that involves surgical scraping of the skin.

Acne Medical Management – This aids acne scar reduction while the acne is still in its active state and can involve a variety of treatment options – including prescription-only medications.

Cosmeceutical Skin Care – Receive advice on the best skincare products for scar reduction.

Skin Peels – The exfoliating effect of a chemical peel encourages the growth of fresh new skin, which helps to reduce the appearance of blemishes.

Keloid Scarring Management – This can involve injecting anti-inflammatory drugs into the scar over the course of 2-3 treatments – though some patients may require more.

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For more information on our micro skin needling for acne scars, Fraxel scar removal, Dermapen acne scars management, or any of our other options for scar treatment in Melbourne, please don’t hesitate to contact us at our clinic in Hoppers Crossing (located near Werribee and Point Cook).

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The DOC Clinic is a private specialist clinic. Fees charged are in line with AMA recommended rates for specialist consultations. The fee may vary according to the service provided to you on the day you are seen. We require full payment on the day of consultation, and accept cash, EFTPOS, Visa and MasterCard.

Some consultations and/or treatments may attract a Medicare rebate. If so, we will provide a receipt with the relevant Medicare item number. With this receipt, you can visit your local Medicare/Centrelink office, or download the Medicare app from Apple App Store or Google Play Store, then follow the instructions for claiming a Medicare eligible consult, service or treatment. The DOC Clinic DOES NOT process Medicare claims at the clinic.

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Medicare rebates may be available for some scar consultations and/or treatments. Please contact us to find out more.

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* Results will vary from person to person and with various degrees of efficacy.