Your skin is not only important for your appearance but is also important for performing various essential tasks for your body. The skin of a human body covers and protects the body through thick and thin. Skin is also the largest part of the human body. The support of the skin in the functioning of a human body is tremendous. Let’s start by talking about facial scars; and how to get rid of them with the help of Scar Removal Treatment.
For removing the scar you need to understand how a scar really forms. Scars can really leave a mark, if not taken care of properly. A history of an injury determines how the scars will act upon the skin of the person. It’s one of the common expectation of a patient that the scar can be completely removed by the plastic surgeon. But scarring is a natural aftermath of the healing process after an injury. Its appearance and the treatment depends upon the multiple factors. Some scars are permanent and some are likely to be cured. Scarring depends upon various factors like the placement of the injury and the inheritance towards the same. Any injury to the body would eventually result in the healing process, and the end point of this healing is the formation of the scar.
So what makes a scar ugly?
Face scar treatments are really common. But there is a misconception amongst the patients that scars are aberrations, no they are not, they are actually quite normal. Scars on the face which are there in an anatomical and aesthetically areas like eyebrows, eyelids, and lips can cause distortion of the structures. And thus they appear ugly, on the other hand, some patients have an inherent tendency, in which there is an exaggeration of this healing process and they can form hypertrophic scars or keloid scars.
What is Scarring?
Scarring depends upon how the wound has healed: Bad Scars and Good Scars. In a face scar removal treatment or any other scar removal treatment, a wound which has been left open, or was infected and had been bleeding will certainly form a bad scar. However, a wound which has been delicately and meticulously sutured by a plastic surgeon will definitely have a good healing effect on the scar than of that compared to the other ones. It also depends upon the placement and the direction of the scar, scars which are along with the resting skin tension lines are generally good scars and those which are perpendicular to the scar are the typically bad scars.
Scar revision surgery attempts to minimize the scar so that it becomes less visible and blends with the natural skin tone and the texture of the skin. The main aim of the scar revision procedure is to make the scar lighter and not just make it disappear like that without understanding it. After doing the scar revision, the sutures are removed as early as possible. If the plastic surgeon cannot perform a scar revision surgery on the patient, he will recommend him to the authorized dermatologist for other alternative scar removal treatments like laser resurfacing, chemical peels, dermabrasion, intralesional injection, and ointments.
Post Scar Removal Treatment Procedure
The Initial phase will lead to swelling, discoloration or some type of discomfort, scar revision can take up to 1 or 2 weeks to heal properly. Healing will take place for a few days and slowly and steadily the scar will fade away. With dermabrasion, chemical peel, laser resurfacing the patient will have the same experience as well.
Scars can be pretty bad to deal with, whether it’s from an injury, burn or a pimple gone wrong. All of us have some or the other type of scars, it is something which can actually undermine someone’s self-confidence and can be troublesome in their day to day lives. Fortunately, you can change that with Deccan Clinic.