you don't have to surrender to your scar
Scars result in changes that alter the physical architecture of normal skin or other tissue.
Scars can occur after physical trauma or as part of a disease process.
Poorly controlled wound healing can result in thick, unsightly scars that cause
Genetics can play a role in both scars and stretch marks
Scars may be raised or depressed (below the skin surface). They may be red, or darker, or lighter than the skin around them. New scars may be tender or painful, but pain usually goes away with time. Scars typically red or somewhat thick at first. Then, it slowly fades to light pink or white, and it can take many months for a it to fade.
There are many treatments that can improve the outlook of all these nasty marks.
Treatment involves changing the size, depth, or color however, it is not possible to fully erase it from your skin. No treatment will return the skin to looking the way it did before the wound. If someone tells you they can do it, or any product claims to heal up to 99.99% of skin scars, then I can tell you here…don’t be naive. These are advertising and marketing gimmick!
This is where you need to decide what options work best for you and your scar. Scar Camouflage can be a good alternative to higher end options and less painful then some and it allows us to match your skin tone with a simple idea of a "tattoo".
Dry needling is also an option here we will just try to repair your skin as much as possible to help rebuild the scar area. Both of these options require some patience as the outcome doesn't happen over night.