Treatment Of Suture Scars On The Face?
I want to ask a question.rnWhen I was in the 3rd grade of elementary school, I had an accident, so that my face had to be partially stitched.rnAnd now I’m sitting in college, and the stitches haven’t gone away yet.r nrnHow do I get rid of the scars?rnIs there still a chance to remove the scars without surgery?rnrnThank you.
Stitches that don't go away can certainly cause disturbances to appearance, especially if they occur in open areas such as the face or forearms. Suture scars that persist alone are caused by the appearance of scar tissue (scar tissue) such as keloids or hypertrophic scar tissue. Here are some ways to deal with it:
With the use of silicone gel to remove scars
The use of cosmetics to disguise scars
Doctor's treatment such as laser therapy, frozen surgery (cryotherapy) or surgical procedures
Consult about the advantages and disadvantages of each treatment step that can be taken by the doctor regarding the complaint so that you can choose the treatment that suits your condition and needs.
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Types of scar tissue and how to treat it
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