Scar Removal Before And After

Scar Removal Before And After

Healing the Skin's Healing Process :: Scar Removal

Scarring occurs when the wound-healing process is disrupted by certain factors such as too much or too little collagen. For example, a keloid scar is a mass of collagen.How severe or noticeable the scar is depends on the type and location of the injury.

Unfortunately, facial scarring can also be a source of embarrassment and low self-esteem. Today, new surgical procedures, Scar Removal /
skin resurfacing technologies, and other treatments are making it possible for facial scars and scar tissue to be successfully erased or minimized, greatly improving the skin's appearance.

The word scar is derived from the Greek word eschara, meaning fireplace.

Scarring occur when the deep dermis layer of skin is damaged. The deeper the damage, the worse the scar.

Every skin injury or wound heals with a scar. The appearance of a scar however depends on the type and extent of the wound, as well as how an individual's body heals.

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Factors affecting scar formation


1) The size and depth of the wound.

2) Location of the injury on the body.

3) The blood supply to the area.

4) Age of the person

5) The thickness, type and colour of the person's skin.

6) The direction of the scar.

Once a scar forms, it is permanent. However, it may be made less visible or displaced surgically.

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There is no way to remove scars completely. However, a skilled surgeon can definitely improve the appearance of the scar by disguising it, relocating it, or minimizing its prominence.

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Scar treatment procedures

1.The Laser Scar Removal/Laser surgery & resurfacing

2.Surgery

3.Steroid injections

4.Z-Plasty

5.Skin grafting



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19 comments:

  1. I have also scar deu to bike accecident...now i have got the solution..

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    1. Some Natural Scar Treatment Methods

      May be helpful for you:

      ##Honey::

      This is another great home scar treatment method. You should smear the honey onto the scar and keep it there overnight. For the scar to fully heal, repeat this frequently.

      ##Rosehip Seed Oil::

      This oil is used in various cosmetics and has actually demonstrated great results, especially with scars resulting from acne. To use this natural scar treatment, you will need to massage the rosehip seed oil into the skin twice a day for 15 minutes.



      ##Lemon Juice::

      This is an excellent home scar treatment method that can be found in any regular kitchen. Lemon juice acts like a natural bleach, so it is quite effective in treating scars. However, do not overuse it, because the citric acid contained in lemon juice may actually cause damage to your skin from prolonged use.


      ##Tea Tree Oil::

      You can try rubbing tea tree oil right onto the scar and repeat this several times per day. Some people claim that your scars may disappear within a couple of days!

      ##Olive Oil::

      Massage your scar with olive oil several times a day, and it is said that it should vanish within a few days.



      ##Green Tea::
      All you need to do here is dab a cotton swab into green tea, and then massage your scar with it.

      ##Garlic::

      This is another easy home scar treatment method, which is mainly preventative. You just need to cut a clove of garlic in half, then use it to rub onto the pimples to prevent future scarring.



      ##Cucumber::

      To use cucumber as a natural scar treatment, you need to make paste out of it. Then put it on the scar and keep it there all night. Do this for a few nights, and you should notice the scar beginning to smooth out.

      ##Vitamin C ::

      This vitamin helps mainly with blood clotting, which is necessary for healing scars. Try to find this natural scar treatment in cream form, which works best. Eating vitamin C-rich foods is also beneficial.


      ##Indian Gooseberry ::

      This natural scar treatment is also known as amalaki. Not only does it help with smoothing scars out, but it may prevent them from forming in the future.

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  2. facial rejuvenationJune 14, 2010 at 1:55 PM

    Thanks for sharing the information regarding Scar treatment and procedure. As many of us do not have much idea or knowledge on the scar treatment. Hope everybody likes it.

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    1. Removing scars is usually done to improve patient appearance (what is considered a cosmetic procedure) or performed to improve the patient functioning (when the scar formation takes influence on the natural movement of muscles). In any of both cases it is crucial to choose a good specialist that will guide you through the process.

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  3. Valuable information provided I am really happy to read this particular post..many thanks with regard to providing people nice tips.Fantastic walk-through. I enjoy this post.

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  4. Very informative n liked it....would be very nice if you could mention the best surgeons for these jobs

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    1. There are a variety of treatments available that will not eliminate the scar altogether but will make it less visible. Surgery is the most effective with atrophic scars but laser therapy yields better results with hypertrophic scars. If a wound is recent sometimes your doctor will use injections of Triamcinolone, in order to prevent the build-up of collagen that generates the scar tissue. It not only prevents the formation of collagen, it stimulates its reabsorption.

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  5. I feel embarrassed all my life. I don't want anybody to see my legs, and I cannot even enjoy summers at all. It really frustrates me. I always ask people "What could be the best treatment for scar"? Then I finally found it. It requires more than scar removal cream, the best formula is patience!:)

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    1. Hey :))I have the same problem. I would be so gratefull if you share your practice with me :)

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  6. What Are The Types of Scars?

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  7. These are several different types of scars including:

    Keloid scars. These scars are the result of an overly aggressive healing process. These scars extend beyond the original injury. Over time, a keloid scar may affect mobility. Possible treatments include surgical removal, or injections with steroids. Smaller keloids can be treated using cryotherapy (freezing therapy using liquid nitrogen). You can also prevent keloid formation by using pressure treatment or gel pads with silicone when you sustain an injury. Keloid scars most often occur in Blacks.
    Contracture scars. If your skin has been burned, you may have a contracture scar, which causes tightening of skin that can impair your ability to move; additionally, this type of scar may go deeper to affect muscles and nerves.
    Hypertrophic scars. Raised and red scars that are similar to keloids, but do not breach the boundaries of the injury site. Possible treatments can include injections of steroids to reduce inflammation.
    Acne scars. If you've had severe acne, you probably have the scars to prove it. There are many types of acne scars, ranging from deep pits to scars that are angular or wavelike in appearance. Possible treatments will depend on the types of acne scars you have.

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  8. Just saying hi and try for this post.

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  9. I have a 1-foot-long red scar on the left side of my thigh due to a total hip replacement done after a failed "hip pinning" surgery for a fracture to my femoral neck bone. Both surgeries were done in less than a year, and I wonder if that's why the scar is so prominent and still painful even though it has now been a year since the THR.

    Also, I am Caucasian and my skin is very light. I have never tanned in my life and actually got 2nd degree sunburn in my teens from being out in the sun too long.

    Can you do any articles, or have you done any articles, on how long to wait before having surgery for a very bad scar? Are there some scars for which surgery won't work? What are the risks if the scar is very large? While mine is long, at its widest it's no more than 1/2-inch. Is it even worth it? What are the pros and cons?

    I'd love to see more articles about that, and you seem to be the expert. I can tell your information is thorough and that you have done a lot of research.

    Kudos!

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  10. Personally, I've underwent a photofacial Toronto treatment in order to get rid of the scars! I had a really great doctor, who explained me all the aspects and it was okay.
    I didn't feel pain and I've got through it really well! I will try it once again if I will need it! I'm very satisfied!

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