How to reduce

scarring after surgery? 

How a post-surgery scar will develop depends on the person and situation. Some of the influencing factors include:
  • The quality of the surgical technique
  • Genes and general health of the person
  • Location of the wound. Generally, scars near joints, or on thin skin, such as the face, neck areas are the most problematic.

Coping with a surgery scar

The success of the surgery is to be much celebrated than the lingering effects of a scar.

However, it is very common for people to be concerned about the cosmetic appearance of their new to form scar and coping with the fact that you will have to live with a scar.

But in these modern days, you will be relieved to know that there are many scar treatment methods available. Choose a good scar gel treatment product to reduce scarring.

For optimal results it is best to start with scar treatment right after the wound has healed. It is best to start scar treatment in the first 6 months.

Scars form when the outer layer of the skin (the epidermis) and the lower layer(the dermis), are punctured. During the healing process, cells known as fibroblasts react excessively to repair the ruptured skin. The body overproduces collagen, which causes the scar to be raised above the surrounding skin.
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