Scar Revisions

Scar Revisions

Though the operational scars can never be completely erased, modern scar removal procedures are meant to hide their appearance to as big a degree as possible…

There are numerous non-surgical methods that are applied for scar removal, including injectable fillers to fill concave scars, ultraviolet light therapy, and lasers.

Also, the dermabrasion and chemical peels are used quite often too. For deeper scarring, a surgery intrusion is required, in order to hide or remove the old scar completely.

The incision may be closed with either skin grafts or tissue substitutes. Sometimes, to hide it as much as possible, a tissue expander is being placed below the surface of the scar, slowly filled with a sterile solution.

Once the skin has sufficiently been stretched, the expander and scar are taken away.

The remaining skin is then manually stretched to cover the open area.

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Duration:  1h 20m

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What our patients say

I’ve always been afraid of what an effect aging will have on my hair… Eventually, starting at the age of 35 I began to lose my hair on the forehead…Now I feel myself young again, all thanks to this clinic’s budget prices and an awesome quality!

David Cameron

- May 10, 2016

Since I’ve retired, my balding process became a real grievance for me (as a 60’s kid I’ve always used to have long hairdos)… But as soon as my friend recommended me this hair renewal clinic, I signed up for the treatment and after that I’ve never felt happier!

John Major

- May 10, 2016

It’s true, that men do not take balding lightly… For me this was twice as true, as I began to lose head hair very early on, in my late 20s… I’m not sure how it would’ve end up, if it was not for this brilliant clinic’s Follicular Unit Extraction therapy! Thanks!

Benjamin Disraeli

- May 10, 2016