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Facial scarring is perhaps the worst form of skin scarring one can sustain. The face is the most visible part of the body so facial scarring would be easily noticeable. When a person sustains a laceration on the face, a plastic or facial surgeon should repair the laceration under special techniques to avoid facial scarring that is unacceptable. Get to know how one may prevent facial scarring, or how one may treat scars before they get worse.
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Facial Scars: Treatments, Procedures, and Home Remedies
Skin injury that affects multiple layers of skin, whether due to trauma, surgery, burns, acne or other conditions, can result in scarring that affects both appearance and function. Once a scar forms, it is permanent, but skillful scar treatment can restore mobility of the face and make the appearance of scars less obvious. Kofi Boahene, a Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, explains the "Need to Know" about the types of scars of the face and neck that can be revised, timing of scar removal, and special approaches for ethnic skin scar revision. Contact Us.
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Treatment Options for Facial Scars
When a wound heals, it may eventually turn into a scar. Facial scars come in numerous forms and may be caused by injuries, acne, burns, or surgery. Since your face is constantly exposed to the environment, scars on this part of your body may have a harder time healing. Whereas you may be able to cover up or protect other areas of your body while a wound heals, your face is open to the elements for most of the day.
When the skin is in the process of recovering from an injury, whether the result of an accident, surgery, a burn, or acne, scarring will occur wherever multiple layers of the skin have been affected. Once a scar forms, it is permanent but may be made less visible or relocated surgically. With very few exceptions most people are self-conscious about facial scars. Some people may also experience diminished functioning of the eyes, mouth, or nose due to scarring.