It is now possible to reduce your nasty scars!
A scar is the visible part of a dermal lesion after tissue repair following an incision made during surgery, injury, burning or surgery. The good cells concentrate on the area of the “wounded” dermis, then multiply there, creating healing by scarring. This action leaves a certain texture to the skin.
THERE ARE SEVERAL CATEGORIES AND TYPES OF SCARS:
- hypertrophic scars (thick dermis)
- Atrophic scars (the formation of an indentation caused by a lack of dermis)
- hyperpigmented scars (darker dermis)
- depigmented scars (dermis lighter than the person’s natural pigmentation)
WHY DOESN’T WOUND HEALING REPAIR THE DAMAGE TO THE DERMIS?]
The production of collagen and elastin is responsible for healing the skin. These proteins help boost the firmness and elasticity of the skin by reuniting skin fibres in the call to action for healing. The healing process varies from one individual to another depending on age, lifestyle, location of the injury and its severity. Several factors influence the speed of healing. Unfortunately, very often, [the healed dermis leaves a trace that we would like to have removed, because it is not in harmony with our image.
In our Photoderma medico-esthetic clinic, it is possible to treat scars on the face and body with the various treatment options we offer.