Breast Surgery Scars
While breast augmentation, lifting, and reduction surgeries have progressed extensively, scarring is inevitable and depends on your body type, skincare, and surgical technique.
Breast surgery scars can be located in your armpit, around your nipple, or as an upside-down T from your nipple-areola down to the area below your breast. For most people, these scars heal well and are barely visible.
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
How to get rid of breast surgery scars
If your scars are raised and keloidal, corticosteroid injections may help. If they are discolored, we can use fractional laser resurfacing.
Alternatively, your breast surgery scars can be reduced with scar revision surgery and a scar recovery gel. In the early red phase, silicone gel may reduce redness.
HALO™ Hybrid Fractional Laser
Safe to use on light and dark-skin types, improves your skin's appearance by triggering your skin’s natural healing response to reduce breast scars.Learn more
These types of injections can help soften and then shrink hard scars. Keloids and hypertrophic scars often soften after intralesional steroid injections.Request Info
Venus Viva is an ablative, no downtime skin resurfacing treatment that also softens scarring, making it a great option for breast surgery scars.Learn more