Whether you’ve experienced a nasty cut, a deep gash, or a laceration, stitches are often the solution to ensure proper wound closure and promote healing.
In this blog post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about stitches, from their importance to the process of getting them in an urgent care setting. So, let’s dive in!
Stitches, also known as sutures, are medical procedures used to close wounds and facilitate the healing process. When you have a cut that is too deep or has edges that won’t naturally come together, stitches are necessary to bring the skin back in place and promote proper healing.
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