Scar correction surgery reduces the scar so that it becomes more uniform with your skin tone and the surrounding texture. Scars are visible signs that remain after a wound has healed, being an inevitable result of injury or surgery, and their development can be unpredictable. Poor healing can contribute to the emergence of unfavorable scars. Even a well-healed wound can result in a scar that looks unsightly.
Your treatment options vary depending on the type and degree of scarring and may include:
Scar correction surgery is intended to minimize the scar so that it becomes more uniform with your skin tone and the surrounding texture. Although scar correction provides a more aesthetically pleasing result or improves a poorly healing scar, a scar cannot be completely erased. Scar correction surgery is a highly individualized procedure, and you should do it for yourself, not to meet someone else’s desires or to conform to any kind of ideal image.
The procedure can be performed on people of any age and is a good option for you if you are bothered by having a scar on any part of your body, are physically healthy, do not smoke, have a positive outlook, and have realistic expectations about the procedure, and do not have active acne or other skin diseases in the area to be treated.