What Is The Medicine To Remove Stye Marks?
Hi doctor. I used to have a lot of stains when I was a kid and when I was healed there was a scar like a big hole in the edge of the “eye. guess ” what medicine could get rid of these marks?
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A scar or scar is a sign that remains on the skin after wound healing. Scars are natural after the healing process. Most scars will fade on their own, over time. There are also scars that don't really go away. Scars can be thin lines, holes in the skin, or an overgrowth of new tissue.
Here are some types of scars:
1. Fine lines. Usually it will heal leaving a red streak, the surface is slightly higher than the surrounding area, which will gradually become paler as time passes.
2. Keloid. Overgrowth of the skin, when collagen production increases in the wound area. The scar will continue to grow and thicken, even though the wound has healed. Keloid scars, can extend beyond the original scar. There are complaints of itching and possibly pain in the keloid.
3. Hypertrophy. There is thickening like keloids, this hypertrophic scar is the result of excessive collagen production in the wound area. But the excess collagen production is not as much as keloids. Unlike keloids, hypertrophic scars do not extend beyond the original scar, but skin thickening can occur for up to 6 months.
4. Concave or hole. Some scars, which can be affected by certain conditions, such as acne, smallpox, and bumps that break on their own or burst as a result of deliberate injury, some of these conditions can have scars that form hollows or holes. These scars, also known as atrophic scars, can occur as a result of an injury that causes the loss of fatty tissue under the skin.
5. Contractures. Scars caused by burns. Scarring that occurs when the skin shrinks, causing limited movement.
It is unlikely that the scar will be completely removed. But most scars will fade slowly, over time. Several treatments to reduce scarring may already be available. If the scar is really disturbing your appearance, here are some things you can do:
1. Use of silicone gel ointment or silicon gel sheets
2. Emphasis on the scar
3. Use of ointments containing steroids
4. Closure of the scar with make-up
We recommend that you consult directly with a Dermatologist, so that appropriate examination and treatment can be carried out.
Thus, hopefully this is useful.
dr. Vallensia Nurdiana Febriyanti