canesten cream price philippines Scar formation is a normal part of the healing process of injured skin. Injuries to the skin regardless of the cause will results in some form as scarring if the injury goes deeper than the top layer of the skin. There are several factors that affect the type of scar that is formed including, skin type, cause of the injury as well as the initial treatment of the wound. Once formed scars are permanent and cannot be removed but they can be improved with a scar revision procedure. Scars that a wide, raised, depressed, discolored or distort facial structures can be improved.

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opcje binarne w polsce It is important to keep in mind that scars cannot be removed. The goal of treatment is to improve the appearance of the scar by blending it into the surrounding skin. Scars generally improve with time, so your physician may recommend a waiting period of up to a year following injury before pursuing scar revision. Scars that distort facial structures may need repositioning. The scar treatment technique is dependent on the type of scar. For example, keloids that appear as growths at the site of injury are treated with steroid injections followed by surgery. Wide scars are treated by excising and narrowing the scar. Other scars require resurfacing the skin using dermabrasion or lasers. Most scar revision is performed in the outpatient setting and may be performed in the physicians office. Following scar revision procedure you will be instructed on care of the wound. It is particularly important to keep the wound clean and avoid excessive sun exposure to optimize healing.