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July 26, 2021
A minor wound, like a cut, will usually heal to leave a raised line. They will gradually fade and flatten over time; however, the scar will not disappear completely, and you'll be left with a visible mark or line.
This type of scar keeps growing, even after the wound has healed. It is due to the overgrowth of tissue when too much collagen is produced at the site of a wound.
These scars are the result of excess collagen being produced at the site of a wound.
Some scars caused by skin conditions, such as acne, can have a sunken appearance.
Scar contractures are often caused by burns. They happen when the skin "shrinks", leading to tightness and a restriction in movement.
Acne causes pitted scars and skin discolouration's.
When you injure your skin, a scar is part of how your skin heals. If the dermis layer of your skin is affected by an injury, your body will produce a protein called collagen in order to rebuild the part of the skin that was damaged. This collagen, which is fibrous, causes the scar to form.
Scars look and feel different from the tissue that surrounds them, but the way they look depends on many different factors, including the type of injury and where it is located. Age, sex, and ethnicity also impact the appearance of scars.
Many scars will fade without treatment. Keloids and depressed (sunken) acne scars, however, won’t fade. As you age, depressed acne scars tend to become more noticeable as your skin loses its firmness.
Treatment can help fade scars more quickly. If you have a keloid or depressed acne scar, treatment can make it less noticeable.
Este Medical Group have a range of non-surgical treatments available which are all proven to reduce the appearance of scars. To determine which is best for you, we will need to see your scar and speak to you about our options. Book a free consultation with our skin specialists at your nearest UK clinic.
A scar massage is an effective way to decrease scar tissue build up and help make scars less noticeable. Massages will not help soften a scar more than two years old.
None of our treatments involve surgery and are non-invasive. We try to make all of our patients comfortable during their procedure and explain everything to them before going forward.
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