Getting Rid of Stretch Marks and Sagging Skin?
- Asked by lady22 in augusta ga
- 4 years ago
You have no options unfortunately
At the present time, there is no technique or technology that will get rid of your stretch marks. Save your hard earned money and don't waste it on what is currently available. Be grateful for your youth and your health!
Nothing will remove your stretch marks
There is no treatment for the stretch marks that you have. Tummy tuck will help you with excess skin over your lower tummy. For the breast and butt, sorry. There are many claims but no result.
Unfotunately there is no method to remove stretch marks.
If stretch marks are on the lower part of the abdomen and there is loose skin then they can be removed surgically. Some women don't like the stretch marks on the upper part of their breasts and those can be improved by doing a small size breast augmentation.
Web reference: http://www.myplasticsurgeon.ca/abdominoplasty.asp
How to remove Stretch Marks
Stretch marks are the result of a mechanical injury to the skin itself. No laser or creams will regenerate this deeper layer of the skin. The only effective treatment today is to surgically remove the stretch marks. You certainly can most of your lower abdomen stretch marks removed with a tummy tuck. In addition you would have a flatter abdomen with muscle tightening, which when assessing your pictures, you would certainly benefit from. Dont waste your time or money on any other gimmicks like creams, ultrasound, or lasers.
How to Get Rid of Stretch Marks on Your Tummy
The only proven way to get rid of stretch marks on your abdominal area is to perform an abdominoplasty and excise them. By doing an abdominplasty you can get rid of the majority of them if they are below the belly button, but they cannot be removed in other areas such as the stomach and breasts. They are very difficult, if not impossible to improve even with multiple different laser techniques and technology. There is nothing that has been shown experimentally or clinically to work effectively and in a consistent manner.
Very few effective options for stretch marks
Unfortunately, I share the same pessimistic attitude as my colleagues below.
I have seen many patients who have spent thousands of dollars on proposed treatments, with little response.
Time to allow the darker stretch marks to fade is most likely your best option.
Dr. Oppenhein has written an outstanding and highly detailed answer regarding minimally invasive options, which can be located on the RealSelf page:
Given the darkened color of the striae, Retin-a may be the most cost effective option at this point in time.
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