Prevention Of Scars On The Skin?
afternoon dook, I want to ask, if we have a wound, can it disappear without leaving a scar? if you can, how do you do it? thank you
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Wounds on the skin can be mild, but can also be severe. The severity of this injury can be assessed from various indicators, including breadth, depth, and cleanliness. Depending on the severity of the wound, the treatment carried out, as well as the genetic predisposition (innate) of each person, there are wounds that can leave scars, some are not. Usually, wounds that are small in size, superficial, and clean rarely leave a disturbing scar. However, if the size of the wound is large enough, deep, and dirty, then the potential leaving a scar will be even greater.
Disruptive scars are usually caused by hypertrophic scars. This condition occurs due to scar tissue that grows excessively after injury. In some people, this scar can grow very large and larger than the size of the original wound, so it is called a keloid. Usually, keloids will appear as a protruding mass, blackish, brownish, or reddish, whose consistency is springy, and rarely feels painful. If it appears in the joint area, keloids can cause sufferers to have difficulty moving their joints, therefore, this needs to get the right treatment.
In connection with your question, how can you prevent the wound from leaving a nuisance?
You can do the following steps:
If you have a wound, treat it well, clean it periodically as recommended by the doctor. If the size or depth of the wound is deep enough, or if your wound is dirty, check yourself first to the doctor, do not force it to treat your wound alone not yet fully healed Avoid avoiding careless treatment of wounds, unless the doctor recommends eating healthy and nutritious foods that are good for nourishing the skin. However, as mentioned above, there are many factors that can affect the growth of scars. Therefore, even if you have optimally performed the steps above, the potential for scarring remains, only smaller.
If you experience a nagging scar, do not hesitate to go directly to a doctor or dermatologist to get the right treatment, okay?
I hope this helps.