Plastic Surgery And Removal Of Scars; The common reason for applying to plastic surgery in the treatment of burns or scars after an accident. This treatment is done by planning individually according to the holistic approach as in all medical procedures. The location of the wound, the time of its first appearance, how it is formed, what applications have been applied in its treatment until it comes to a plastic surgery center, the general health status of the patient, age, and medications are the first features to be noted when planning wound healing.
If necessary, surgery comes first among all methods to be used in wound and scar treatment. The removal of dead tissue is called debridement. It is not possible to close or defeat and repair many wounds without this debridement. Especially non-healing wounds for a long time, these dead tissues act as a plug then wounds cannot be closed or defeated because these dead tissues prevent the healing.
Plastic Surgery for Suitable Patients
PRP applications, micro fat grafts, a neurotoxin, radiofrequency procedures, intense light treatments (IPL), fractional (intermittent) carbon dioxide lasers, chemical peeling procedures are other tools that are frequently preferred in plastic surgery for suitable patients.
Surgical removal of bad and poor quality healing tissues is another frequently preferred surgical method in the treatment of scars caused by accidents, previous surgeries, or incisions are made on the arms or body for self-harm. The expectation of treatment is not the exact disappearance of the scar, but the transformation of the scar should be an aesthetically acceptable form. It is also possible to try to cover some scars with “tattoos” or “hair transplantation” on the face and arms, especially in men.