Treatment of mild scarring: acne scars, surgical scars, traumatic scars and stretch marks is a sought-after treatment.
Acne scarring can develop as a complication of acne. Any type of acne spot can lead to scarring and scarring is more common when nodules and cysts are present. Laser resurfacing is an established technique to reduce post-acne scarring.
Laser resurfacing is an established technique to treat textual and pigmentation concerns and encourage the production of collagen and elastin within the skin to reduce scarring and stretch marks. Lynton IPL can also be used for clearance on pigmentation and vascular lesions which commonly take place with mild scarring.
An estimated 50-80 percent of people have stretchmarks, which are often caused by rapid growth, weight changes or hormonal changes.
Facial Scaring as a complication from acne can occur in up to 95% of patients and affects both sexes equally 
Each year in the developed world 100 million patients acquire scars
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See below Lynton’s clinically proven, solutions for laser treatment for Stretch Marks Scars:
Why choose the Lynton Resurface for treating Scars and Stretch Marks?
Resurface acne scars and stretch marks: Laser skin resurfacing retextures the skin for maximum smoothness, reducing the appearance of scars and stretch marks. By creating tiny micro-spots of ablation (damage) in the epidermis or top layers of the skin, this results in dramatic skin renewal and impressive results.
The Award-winning ResurFACE laser treatment is combatting the visible effects of most common scarring (facial/acne scars) and stretch mark prone areas of the skin, with dramatic rejuvenation and skin resurfacing results with no downtime.
Why choose a CO2 laser for treating Scars and Stretch Marks?
CO2 laser skin resurfacing is one of the most advanced aesthetic treatments available and is highly effective in treating both superficial and deep skin problems, such as acne scarring, surgical scarring, traumatic scars and stretch marks.
The SmartXide laser emits light in a pixelated fashion to your skin creating small columns of thermal injury to the epidermis (top layer of skin) and dermis (second layer of skin). This small amount of injury to your skin tissue stimulates the process of collagen remodelling and promotes elastic tissue formation.