Scar Revision Surgery and its’ Advantages
Appearance plays a very important role in modern society
Scarring can be unsightly especially if it is the result of an injury or poor wound healing after a surgery. Visible scars can cause embarrassment or self-consciousness. They may be depressed, raised, discoloured, jagged or noticeable because of their obvious placement. Some scars can even distort normal features of the skin or face and lower the self-confidence of a person. Persons with badly scarred faces often find it difficult to make public appearance in fear of people staring at them.
Over the recent years there has been much improvement in the plastic and cosmetic surgery field allowing the surgeons to do extensive scar revision procedures. In India, scar revision surgery in Ahmedabad is known for its fine results. Scar revision is a cosmetic surgery procedure used to improve the appearance of existing scars. It can also restore lost function to the scarred area in some cases. Scar revision is a common request and a frequently performed procedure in plastic or cosmetic surgery.
Scar revision improves the appearance of the scar or replaces the scar with one that is less noticeable and more aesthetically pleasing. Scars left in the head after hair transplants can also be removed by scar revision procedure. The most common and easy way to correct most donor scars is by removing the scar tissue and reclosing the affected area. This alone can help minimize its visibility. On top of that the surgeon may also opt for trichophytic closure, a technique which is used to allow hair follicles to grow into the scar area further minimizing its visibility.
Scar revision surgery in Ahmedabad at Cutis cosmetic plastic surgery centre has been successful in showing results for improvement of scars. A person considering facial scar revision must understand that there is no way to remove scars completely. The goal is to improve the appearance of the scar either by excising the scar, relocating it, or minimizing its prominence. Skin colour and type, age and the type of scarring are all important factors and are a part of the discussion prior to surgery. In certain type of scars, maximum improvement may require more than one surgery and more than one technique may be employed.