Atrophic Scarring occurring after surgical procedures or trauma is a common cosmetic problem for patients. Atrophic scars, which present as topographical depressions, result when dermal collagen and connective tissue production during the physiologic wound-healing process inadequately compensate for the tissue loss present after injury. Wound tension, tissue apposition, individual variations in wound healing, and scar contraction are all factors that contribute to the creation of a depressed, atrophic scar. This scar type like others is also caused by the lack of healthy collagen. Collagen Induction Therapy causes the skin affected by scar tissue to again produce healthy collagen thus repairing itself to a state that has the look and feel of the skin around it.