Stretch Mark Reduction Treatment
In Salt Lake City
At Premiere Wave Medical we have the very latest laser technology and protocol to help reduce stretch marks due to pregnancy, weight gain, weight loss weightlifting or whatever the cause. Our advanced laser treatment creates tiny columns in the skin which heal rapidly to correct imperfections.
Improvements can be seen after just one treatment however depending on the severity of the stretch mark, some clients opt for more treatments to reach their optimal look.
Get your questions answered…
Is stretch mark reduction permenant?
Yes! stretch marks can be permanently reduced with our advanced laser treatment!
What causes stretch marks and why are they different colors?
Stretch marks are cause by denaturing of collagen and elastin in the superficial layer of the skin due to stretching of or stress to the skin. Stretch marks typically first appear as red, pink, or purple lines because of the blood vessels under that thin portion of the skin. Over time, the blood vessels heal, and the lines often fade and become less noticeable and can change color from red/purple to silver/white.
How many treatments are required?
Visible results can be seen after just one treatment, however depending on the severity of the mark you may want to consider a series of treatments.
Is there a recovery?
There is little to no recovery time needed with our laser stretch mark reduction treatment.
Why Choose Premiere Wave Medical?
Stretch marks have proven difficult to significantly improve. Besides long and painful surgery, there have been limited option, until now! As an expert in CO2 laser technology, Dr. Johnsen has personally developed protocols and techniques that can now significantly improve stretch marks. No one else is doing these techniques except Premiere Wave Medical!
Dr. Justin R. Johnsen
Stretch marks are unsightly reminders of the past skin events be it pregnancy, rapid weight gain or weight loss, a rapid adolescent growth spurt, or rapid muscle growth. In the past there was little to be done. Now, this recent technological breakthrough allows us to better treat and improve this condition.