Every healing of the skin is caused by the replacement of damaged tissue – new tissue, that is, scar formation. Normal skin healing produces a fine linear scar that is hard to see.
If there is a disorder in the healing of the wound, the so-called abnormal scars manifesting as broad, hypertrophic, and keloids.
- Wide scars are characterized by having the same arrangement of collagen fibers as a normal scar. The clinically typical wide scar is flat, wide and often recessed.
- Hypertrophic scars represent abnormal scar growth that does not extend into the skin that is not affected by the original wound. In hypertrophic scars, the maturation period lasts from 18 to 24 months.
- Keloid scars represent abnormal scar growth that extends into the skin that is not affected by the original wound.
After the examination, the doctor suggests a treatment that is appropriate for each patient. Sometimes a combination of treatments is needed to remove the scar.
The treatments that successfully solve the scar problem are radiofrequency lift, dermapen …