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Remove the Scar from your face with Cosmetic Surgery

Fashion & Beauty
By Pratima Sharma , Onlymyhealth editorial team / May 13, 2011
Remove the Scar from your face with Cosmetic Surgery

You can get rid of birth marks or scars cause by accidental causes through scar removal cosmetic surgery. Here is all that you need to know about it.

Quick Bites
  • Scars have a bad effect on your face.
  • Removing them is easy with the help of cosmetic surgery.
  • One of the most effective way is to inject steroid.
  • Surprisingly at times these wounds can also be transfered.

Cosmetic surgery has emerged as a safe and sure method for improving the physical features and enhancing the overall appearance of an individual. However, cosmetic surgical treatments are not necessarily about improving the features alone. They are also effective for rectification of skin flaws which include ugly scars, and birth marks.


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Sometimes, elaborate tattoos which you have subsequently outgrown could also pose problems for you and you might be in need of painless processes to take care of them. Cosmetic surgery for scars has known to be particularly effective and is known to remove them almost completely. However, you will need the services of a certified and professional doctor, for safe and trouble free removal. The surgeon should be able to assess the nature of scarring and administer the suitable treatment at once. Subjecting your skin to various treatments on a trial and error basis would actually cause more harm than good.


Types of Surgical Treatments for Scarring 

Cosmetic treatment for removing a scar can be administered through various processes. Some of the most effective ones are listed below:


  • One of the most effective techniques used for removing ugly scar marks which appear elsewhere other than the face, is by injecting steroids.
  • If the marks happen to be on the face, a technique called dermabrasion is considered to be most suitable. This is a process which successfully removes the upper surface layers of the skin with the help of specialised tools.
  • Sometimes cosmetic surgeons prefer to cut the scar tissue and stitch up the wound with precision. The resulting wound which appears post operation will require a smaller period of healing and will be quite invisible when compared to the ugly marks which have been surgically removed. However, you will need expert hands to do this suitably.
  • Sometimes doctors may also opt for a process which transfers the wound to a different location. They are generally transferred to a spot where they would be safely hidden, like in between natural skin folds.
  • Another popular treatment for scar removal is skin grafting. A piece of skin is artificially grafted over the scar for reducing the visibility. However, there is a major disadvantage of this process. Most often, the skin tone of the grafted piece does not match the original tone of the skin of the host. This could create an abnormal impact which is surely not desired.
  • There are other fully anaesthetic treatments for scar removal, which need to be carried out at a proper facility that can administer all the required medical care. Your surgeon must always encourage you to perform such treatments at hospitals, he is in association with. Complicated beauty treatments involving cosmetic surgery for scar removal must never be administered in local clinics or in the surgeon’s office.

There are several available options for treating scars with the help of surgical procedures. Your doctor should be able to suggest the most suitable alternative for you.


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Written by
Pratima Sharma
Source: Onlymyhealth editorial teamMay 13, 2011

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