Scar-RemovalScars are masses of fibrous tissue which form when the body is healing from an injury. Because scarring occurs virtually whenever there is an injury, most people have experience of scar; injury can be due to accidents, falls, and any surgery or due to acne. They typically fade with time but it may take days for a scar to fade in other cases, it may take years but no matter how much the scar fades, it rarely completely disappears.

Some areas of the body are also more likely to experience significant scarring than others. Places with high blood supply such as face will scar less as compared with places with low blood supply will scar more frequently. This is one of the reasons why most people have more visible scars on their legs, arms, and hands than they do on their face.

Kinds of Scars

Hypertrophic Scars

Scars which are raised above the surrounding tissue are called hypertrophic scars. These scars are typically lumpy and raised. These scars expand beyond the area of the actual wound, and they are most commonly found on the ears, shoulders and chest.

Atrophic Scars

Atrophic scars have a sunken or pitted appearance, and they are formed when the wound caused the loss of structures beneath the skin. Acne scars typically tend to fall into this category, as do chickenpox scars. There are numerous other things which can cause this sort of scar as well.

Stretch Marks

This can happen during periods of growth, extreme weight gain, and it is common for women to develop stretch marks during pregnancy. Stretch marks are common on the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, and breasts, although they can develop in other places as well and they affect both men and women.


Although it is very difficult to entirely eradicate a scar, there are a lot of ways that scars can be minimized to get better appearance. Whether a scar can be removed or not, depends on the nature, location of the scar and on the genetics of the individual. If the scar are small in size it can be remove in one sitting, if large in size it takes several sitting to remove it. A typical Keloid is best managed various drugs like triamcinolone, 5 F U which are injected in the Keloid over a period of time. Surgery is rarely done as they have high chances of recurrences and can appear worse after their surgical removal

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Side effects

There are minor side effects which include swelling, bruising and pain which will subdued within a day or two.