Surgery Scar Removal

Facial Scar Removal

What Is Scar Removal Surgery?

Scar Removal surgery, also known as ‘Scar Revision’ or ‘Scar Reduction’ surgery, is a procedure that reduces the visibility of a scar so that it blends in with the surrounding skin tone and texture. Scar removal surgery improves the scar’s cosmetic appearance as well as the associated self-confidence of those who are self-conscious about their scarring.

Scars are visible marks left behind after a wound has healed following a traumatic event (e.g. due to burns, injury, Caesarean- section, surgery, self-harm, acne or chickenpox). Unfortunately, some scars heal faster than others and are difficult to completely remove once they have formed.

Scar Removal surgery can be used to reduce the visibility of large, visible scars.

Scar Revision surgery, also known as Scar Removal surgery, is an excellent option for the therapeutic (or medical) treatment of scars that are painful, itchy, or restrict your mobility.

Why Do People opt for Scar Removal Surgery?

While there are a number of non-surgical options for reducing scar visibility, surgical scar reduction is usually the most effective method for reducing scarring that is particularly prominent, complex, or unsightly.

Dermal Fillers, IPL, Chemical Peels, and Topical treatments such as creams and silicone gels are all non-surgical options.

Scar reduction treatments do not promise complete scar removal, but they do aim to make the scar less noticeable. They can also aid in the reduction of scar tissue-induced tightness. The amount of improvement you can expect depends on the color and type of your skin, your age, and the type of scarring you have.

To achieve the best results, a combination of treatments is frequently required.