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  • Scarring

  • Discoid lupus erthematosus

  • Flushing and blushing

  • Kaposi’s sarcoma

  • Leucoderma (hypo-pigmentation)

  • Melasma (also known as chloasma)

  • Neurofibromatosis (café au lait marks)

  • Plaque psoriasis

  • Portwine stains

  • Rosacea

  • Solar lentigo (age spots)

  • Spider naevus

  • Striae (stretch marks)

  • Telangiectasia (thread veins)

  • Vitiligo

Scarring is a normal reaction to injury or surgery. In most instances, the resulting scar is not that obvious and does not represent a great problem to the patient. However for some patients regardless of how old a scar is or where it is on the body, they can sometimes cause distressing effects such as depression, social anxiety and general low self-esteem.
Surgical scar revision may be the only viable treatment. However, for the vast majority of scaring and burns, non-surgical treatments can be used in parallel or in sequence to bring satisfactory results.  
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