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Scar Revision

- Flexible finance options to suit all budgets

- CQC/HIS/HIW regulated clinical facilities

- Clinically-trained aestheticians, nurse practitioners and doctors

- Free, no-obligation consultation


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If you want to minimise a scar so it’s less visible and blends in more with the rest of your skin, then our scar revision procedures could be right for you 

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You may have an unsightly scar or a build-up of scar tissue on the skin, which can be distressing and lead to low self-esteem. Scar revision can help give you a real improvement to the appearance of your skin.  

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Scar revision surgery could help you to feel much happier about your appearance, especially if the scar is in a prominent place like the face, neck or chest.  

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It isn’t possible to completely eliminate a scar, but through the specialist techniques used during the procedure and with careful planning, our doctors can blend the scar into the rest of the skin to make it less noticeable.  

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As with all medical aesthetic treatments, it’s important to weigh up the risks involved against the benefits that the treatment can bring. Your doctor will talk you through any risks and possible complications of your treatment.

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Scar reduction is considered to be very low risk, but can sometimes lead to bleeding, infection, redness, as well as change in pigmentation and skin sensitivity.

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Scar revision treatment can be performed on most people who feel that they want to reduce the visibility of their scars. It’s important to be realistic about the results of the surgery, and understand that these will be different for each individual. 

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During your consultation, your doctor will talk you through the results that can be achieved.  

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As a responsible provider of cosmetic surgery and medical aesthetics, we understand that each patient’s requirements are different, and so your scar revision treatment will be tailored specifically to you. Because of this, we place a great deal of importance on our free, face-to-face, no-obligation consultations. Following our consultation process, your practitioner will provide a detailed pricing overview for your scar reduction surgery. Please view our pricing and finance page to read more about the flexible credit options available via our partnerships with specialist financial providers.  

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And if you join our membership programme, Transform Me, you’ll have access to exclusive discounts and offers which you can use on your treatments with us.  

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Scar Revision FAQs

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How much will the procedure cost?
The cost of your scar revision procedure will vary depending on the size of the scar. Our medical aesthetics practitioner will talk you through the likely costs involved and guide you through our flexible payment plans.
How does surgical scar revision work?
Surgical scar reduction is carried out by making incisions on either side of the scar to remodel the surrounding skin. Depending on the location of the scar, it can be made into a skin fold so that it’s less noticeable. While there will still be some visible scarring, it should look much neater and less obvious.
What are my non-surgical scar revision options?
Non-surgical scar revision/reduction options include cool laser, TCA peels, microneedling, fillers and steroid injections. A combination of these are sometimes used, and you can learn more about them in your discussion with your medical aesthetics practitioner.
Are the results permanent?
The results of scar reduction are permanent, but you will have scarring from the revision. The goal is to create a neater and tidier scar that’s less conspicuous than it previously was.
Does scar revision hurt?
You won’t be able to feel anything throughout a surgical scar revision procedure as it’s carried out under local anaesthetic, but you will feel some pain and have some swelling for a couple of weeks afterwards while the wound heals. Non-surgical treatments will also be pain free. Because different types of anaesthetics will be used depending upon which is the best option for you, your medical anaesthetic practitioner will discuss this at your initial consultation.

Next steps

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Treatment consultation

Now’s the time to talk to your medical aesthetician, with absolutely no obligation to go ahead. You can discuss your expectations and find out if you’re a suitable candidate for this treatment, as well as chatting through benefits and risks. They will carry out an assessment of your scar and guide you through the scar reduction options which they believe would ensure the best results. You can discuss your expectations with them and find out if you’re a suitable candidate for the treatment, as well as chatting through the benefits and risks of treatment.

Our medical aesthetic practitioners and nurses are extremely knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions you have. If you feel ready to proceed, we can book your procedure for a date and time that suits you.

The treatment

On the day of your treatment, you’ll have time to ask any last-minute questions before the procedure begins. There are a number of options available for scar revision/reduction, and these will either be surgical or non-surgical.

If you are having surgical scar revision, then it is carried out as day surgery, and you’ll be able to return home the same day. It’s performed under local anaesthetic, so although you’ll be awake, you won’t be able to feel anything throughout the procedure. Depending on the size, shape and location of your scar, your doctor will perform one of two procedures. They’ll either make incisions around the scar to remove it and carefully restitch the skin in a V-shape so it’s less conspicuous, or they’ll remodel the scar into a skin fold.

Other non-surgical scar revision/reduction options include using a cool laser, TCA peels, microneedling, fillers and steroid injections. A combination of these are sometimes used, and you can learn more about them in your discussion with your medical aesthetics practitioner.


You’ll be able to leave the clinic on the same day as you have the treatment, and we’ll give you guidance on how to look after your stitches after the procedure and how to apply a temporary dressing. We’ll make a 7 – 10 day follow-up appointment to have your stitches removed, too.


We believe that the highest quality aftercare is just as important as the treatment itself, so we’re here to support you. You’ll be given an aftercare leaflet and if you have any questions or concerns at all, you can contact our 24/7 helpline.

Your doctor will advise you as to whether you’ll need to take time off work to rest, and they’ll also let you know how long you’ll need to avoid any strenuous activities that might put a strain on the wound. The revised scar may be swollen for around 2 weeks, and the healing process will continue over the following weeks. It will take time for the scar revision to fade, but the results will be long lasting.

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