Scars are among the most unsightly conditions that can afflict your skin. They are most commonly the result of injuries, but are also natural occurrences accompanying surgeries, and occasionally from simple skin conditions such as acne.
No scar removal treatment can guarantee that there will be absolutely no remaining appearance of a scar and if you go into a procedure with this expectation you will be disappointed.
The best candidates for breast scar removal are healthy, both physically and emotionally, and have a good understanding of the sort of procedure that they are going to undergo and have realistic expectations of the results they are likely to achieve.
Whatever sort of procedure you are considering for breast scar removal you should be aware that there is a wealth of information about breast scar removal available both online and in hard copy that should be invaluable to helping you make the correct choice.
Harley Street Surgery of London has been on the forefront of medical and surgical innovation. We continuously offer patients the most cutting edge techniques in medical treatment. If you would like to learn more about how you could benefit from this treatment, please contact our office for a private consultation appointment.
Women who have undergone breast augmentation or breast reduction will be likely to seek removal of a breast scar.
After a surgery to the breast like a breast augmentation or reduction scarring is very common, and varies from patient to patient.
Breast scar removal is performed in the same way that a scar removal in any other part of the body would be, and the specific procedure you undergo will depend on the nature and extent of your scarring.
In cases of deep or severe scarring it is possible that a portion of the scar tissue would actually be cut away and then the surrounding tissue would be pulled together.
Other forms of breast scar removal may include laser treatments which work by focusing a highly concentrated beam of light on the scar tissue burning away the scar tissue with great precision a tiny fraction of an inch at a time resulting in a smoother surface which reduces the appearance of the scar.
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