Will the stretch marks on my breasts go away, and is there anything I can do?

Got implants in march this year, went from flatchested to C cup, round implants. But now i have pink stretch marks all over them. Ive tried creams and bio Oil, but nothing works. Is there something i can do or any trearment? And will they ever go away by Themself?

Doctor Answers 2

Stretchmark treatment options

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Thank you for this

wonderful question! There is finally a treatment offered for at home use that

is FDA proven to reduce the appearance of stretchmarks. I have been using this

treatment for over the past year with wonderful results for my patients. The

Strialite works by utilizing LED at a cellular level to stimulate your own

collagen production which in turn reduces the appearance of stretchmarks. 


there are options for resurfacing the dermal area as well as excising the

portion of skin which contains stretchmarks. I offer and utilize both of the

modalities as well but the truth is not every patient requires this extensive

of a treatment option. 


the ability to administer the treatment yourself in the comfort of your own

home with ability to see results in as little as 4 weeks has proven a

comfortable alternative for patients who may not require a more invasive


I hope you have found this
information helpful and I wish you


South Bend Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 24 reviews

Stretch Marks -- Microneedling/PRP, Laser, Skin Care/Peels, Sculptra Injections

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There are no "cures" for stretch marks but they can be improved with lasers, microneedling/PRP, Sculptra and skin care. Please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 207 reviews

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