Scars that are not aesteticaly pleasing to the patients eyes and that are causing low self esteem issues can be removed by us. Causes from scars such as skin tramas, skin diseases, cuts and burns can be covered up. in some areas scared skin can cause mobility and restrict movements reducing quality of life to the individual. Although scars on the skin cannot be completely removed it is possible to reduce the visibility of the wound and soften hardened scars and reduce the area affected.
Types of Treatable scar tissue
The size,depth, degree of blood flow of the wound, the patient’s metabolism and hereditary characteristics are all factors to be considered for the treatment to be applied. Scars can be considered into four catagories depending on definition and treatment modalities:
- Contracture: Scar contracture is the type of scaring that is made after having a second or third degree burn when the skin is burned the skin begins to pull together resulting to a contracture which needs to be treated as soon as you can the scar can result into a restriction of movement of the area. this type of scar can be improved by a scarring treatment that uses a tissue transfer.
- Keloid: Keliod scars is the type that is stated to be abnormal scars that continue to grow beyond the original area of the injury, the scar is raised. Using a steriod treatment cortisone treatment and radiotherapy methods greatly help this scar.
- Hypertrophic scar: Thick wide and often raised that develops where the skin is injured. a hypertrophic scar is a result of a abnormal response to an injury. These scars can be improved with the help of steriods and cortisone treatments.
- Cuts: Any sort of cuts made from cutting tools can be shrunk down usually these types of scars can cause iritation and itchyness in the area. for treatment for this scar is by using skin graft method.