Most of us have – or know someone who has – a scar. They can be created by a variety of factors, including an acute injury (e.g. a dog bite), a medical condition (e.g. acne), by burns, or by surgery. Depending on the severity of the scar, it may be more (or less) visible. What is also important is the location of the scar. A large scar on your face is considered to be much more noticeable than a scar on your back, for example.
This blog post walks us through the type of scars which can occur, as well as 6 ways to remove them or at least reduce their severity. This process is known as ‘scar revision’. Click the link below to find out more:
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