Overcoming Scars Blackened And Thickened?
Good evening. 4 weeks ago I had an accident and got a scratch wound on my face, precisely above the left lip. What I want to ask, is that the wound did not peel and is now thick black with a slightly rough skin surface. It’s been 2 weeks since the wound dries up, I regularly apply Dermatix. Is what I did right? And if I want treatment to remove the scar, should I go to a dermatologist or an aesthetic doctor? Answer please. Thanks.
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The presence of blackened and thickened scars is common after the injury. This scar, also known as a scar, can occur because of an imperfect wound healing process. The wound healing process is very dependent on the type of wound that occurs and the presence or absence of infection that accompanies the healing process. In addition, genetic factors also influence the occurrence of injuries. Some of the conditions that can be thought of as scar tissue that forms on you include the following:
Keloids are scars that form that are larger than the size of the previous wound Network hypertorfi. Hyperpigmented new tissue growth. The presence of excess pigment production in new tissue. The use of the gel that you mentioned above is indeed an alternative to reduce scars that can form, but not to completely remove existing stomach tissue but to disguise it. To further improve it, several medical procedures can be carried out such as lasers, injections of certain drugs, use of creams and ointments. However, the choice of this action depends on the type of scar that is formed so it is advisable for you to consult and check with a dermatologist first. The aesthetic doctor who should be a dermatologist who is competent subspecialty in aesthetics.
That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi