Stretch Mark Treatment

What is Stretch Mark Treatment with Fotona Dynamis?

One of the most effective methods used in the treatment of stretch marks is laser treatment with Fotona Dynamis. This procedure is one of the treatments that triggers collagen production to form new tissue.

The limited damage applied to the stretch mark causes collagen and elastin cells to produce new tissue. Thus, new tissue begins to replace the old tissue that has lost its ability to stretch.

It is a result-oriented application that works even on old stretch marks. Thanks to laser treatment with Fotona Dynamis, you can get rid of stretch marks in the cleavage, legs and abdomen.

What are the prices for stretch mark treatment in 2022?

The operation fee varies for each individual depending on the structure, depth, age and region of the crack. You can contact our experts by phone or by calling +90 542 144 42 47
You can have a free preliminary meeting. Stretch mark treatment is applied individually.

How to Treat Stretch Marks with Fotona Dynamis?

In the treatment of stretch marks, laser lights are provided to reach under the skin and the area where the stretch marks are located.

The laser beams stimulate healthy tissues that produce collagen, which is necessary to heal the stretch marks.

Thus, collagen tissue production, which had previously slowed down and decreased, increases and provides visible improvements in the skin.

This method, in which damaged tissues are treated by stimulating healthy tissues, is used not only for stretch marks, but also for skin tightening, skin renewal, surgery and scar removal.

It should be remembered that only the physician should perform fractional laser applications. Incorrectly applied laser treatment can cause more serious problems by causing burns on the skin.

Which Areas Can Stretch Mark Treatment Be Applied?

Which Areas Can Stretch Mark Treatment Be Applied?

Skin cracks occur in certain areas. These regions vary according to the period and the reason for the crack and the body type.

➢ Apple model bodies;

  • Belly
  • Bel
  • Arm
  • Tits
  • Lower back

➢ On pear-shaped bodies;

  • Popo
  • Basen
  • Leg