Scar Wounds Videos

About Scar Wounds

Scarring is the body’s natural way of healing and replacing lost or damaged skin after an injury. Scars form when the dermis is damaged and the new scar tissue will usually have a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue. There are several different types of scars and the treatment of scars depends on multiple factors.

Keloid scars are raised and often lumpy or ridged. A keloid scar results from an overly aggressive healing process. They are caused by an excess amount of collagen production during the healing process.

Acne scars can appear in a wide range from deep pits to angular or wavelike scars. They are usually the result of inflamed acne blemishes. The acne pore swells and a breakdown occurs in the wall of the pore.

Scars can vary in appearance from flat, hypopigmented to red, raised, uneven areas of tissue and can also feel painful, itchy, or hypersensitive.

Scar treatments depend on several factors such as the type, size and location of the scar, age of the scar and whether the scar is causing pain or affecting the ability to move.

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