Skin compromised by traumatic scarring and split-thickness skin graft placement is often fragile. Scar contractures increase skin tension and decrease mobility, contributing to chronic erosions and ulcerations. These issues may impede rehabilitation after traumatic injuries by limiting prosthetic use, increasing pain, and increasing the risk of infection. In this case series, Shumaker et al describe patients with traumatic scars related to blast injury, complicated by skin fragility, sensitivity, contractures, and nonhealing areas. The sites were treated with a course of ablative fractional laser therapy, and healing was associated with gradual enhancements in scar pliability, texture, durability, and range of motion.