Scar treatment, removal and correction
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Scar treatment, removal and correction with Dr. Igor Safonov
Cicatrices, often commonly referred to as scars, are an invariable companion to the humans. A person with no scars can hardly be found in this imperfect world. Our skin is subject to endurance test on a day-to-day basis throughout our life. Common injuries, cuts, burns, accidents, surgeries and mere inflammatory skin diseases constitute an incomplete list of reasons for scarring.
Scar appearance varies depending on multiple factors: depth and mechanism of wound or inflammation, adequacy of treatment, localization, to mention a few. Yet, they possess a common feature – scars remain imprinted on the soul. Each and every patient is unsatisfied with the scar appearance, willing either to get rid of the scar or improve scar appearance at the very least.
Scar treatment, removal and correction are lasting and assiduous process which does not always yield the desired results. This is why many experts are reluctant to deal with the issue. Hence there is a common fallible belief even among highly professional surgeons: “Let`s just wait a year or so and then we`ll see what we can do about it!”, which, in fact, can well be interpreted as: “Doesn’t get on my nerves with your scar!” The reality is that one year is already too late to treat a fresh scar. Within a 4-6 month period blood vessels grow through scars, 9-12 months – with nerve endings, becoming a part of the bearer`s organism. Scars must be treated within the first hours after injury. In one year they are subject to correction only, which is a more lasting and costly process.
Scar treatment, removal and correction is very impotant task because scars can cause inferiority complex and undermine self-confidence to the extent that psychological aid might be required. Our goal is to make the scar unseeable or less conspicuous and erase the scar-related unpleasant memories. We possess knowledge, experience, and modern equipment to scar treatment, removal and correction. The decision is yours!
Dr. Igor Safonov