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Scar Removal

Scar removal is one of our busiest services. We love removing scars! We have many treatment options for scar removal. Whether your have shallow scars, deep scars, pigmented scars, surgical scars or acne scars, we can reduce it, if not smooth it out completely!

Feel free to keep scrolling to learn more about our scar removal treatments, however, we recommend coming in for a free skin assessment. Treatment options vary based on your type of scar and skin type. We look forward to meeting you soon!

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Fraxel Scar Removal

Bellair Laser Clinic is the leading provider of Fraxel treatments in Canada. We perform hundreds of fraxel laser scar removal treatments monthly.

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Picosure Scar Removal treatment toronto

Picosure Scar Removal

Treating scars is easier than you think. Achieving a more youthful appearance without the typical discomfort and downtime is now possible..

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Microneedling Scars Treatment Toronto

Microneedling Scars

Microneedling is an excellent treatment for scars and acne scars. It is a treatment which resurfaces the skin without laser or surgery.

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Carboxytherapy Scars Treatment Toronto

Carboxytherapy Scars

Carboxytherapy is used for the treatment of stretchmarks and scars, and overall skin rejuvenation. Carboxytherapy is a unique procedure.

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Chemical Peels Treatment Toronto

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are exfoliation treatments which smooth out upper layers of the skin with the use a chemical or acid.

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Keloid Scar Removal Toronto

Keloid Scars

Keloid scars appear as a hard lump or growth in the skin. These scars are more severe and sensitive than hypertrophic scars.

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Mole Removal Toronto

Mole Removal

We all have pigmented cells which reside in the skin which are responsible for our colour. A mole is a cluster of these pigmented..

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Skin Tag Removal Treatment Toronto

Skin Tag Removal

A skin tag consists of tissue fibers, ducts, fat cells and nerves. The exact cause of skin tags is unsure but it is believed they may..

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