Scars are uncomfortable on the skin because they recall negative memories about their cause. Itching and blisters caused by surgery scars, accidents, burns, trauma or other worsens the condition. Scar treatment is one of the most important conditions that can be treated with CBAM Clinic skin treatments, the skin surface is smoothed and evens out. Fill out CBAM clinic anti-aging consultation form and start treating your skin and preventing it from aging.
Scar types & causes
- Post-traumatic scars: Typical facial scars caused by an accident, illness, or surgery usually require only a simple treatment to restore tissue position (to match the lines and natural contours of the face) and skillfully regenerate the skin.
- Burn scars: Burns often involve larger areas of the skin and cause the skin to wrinkle (shrink) after apparent healing. The skin flaps, which consist of adjacent healthy skin, are removed and moved to create a new incision line. When a flap is not possible, an expander or skin graft is used.
- Colloid scars: Colloids are caused by overproduction of skin collagen after a wound has healed. These scars cause the wound to grow excessively and, like scars, have a prominent appearance. Surgery involves removing the hard fibrous collagen inside the burn, and then shrinking the skin.
- Hypertrophic scars: Prominent hypertrophic scars, such as colloidal scars, do not extend beyond the border of the main wound, but because of their thick texture, they can be unpleasant and restrict the movement of the main muscles.
- Atrophic scars: Indented fibrotic scars are the opposite of hypertrophic scars. These scars can range from slightly sunken to completely sunken, with reduced soft tissue material and occasionally adhering to deeper tissues.
Anyone who has scars such as surgery, burns, accidents or razor marks on the face and body that are aesthetically distressing can treat scars. Scar treatments at CBAM clinic involve chemical peels, microneedling and various skin products.
- Anyone who has scars on any part of the body can treat scars.
- Minimizes aesthetic effects of the scar in people who have scars on their face or body for any reason.
- This is a procedure performed under local anesthesia.
- The duration of treatment varies depending on the type, size and degree of scar.
- Depending on the treatment method and the type of wound, the patient will return to normal life within 1-2 weeks.
Who are candidates for Scar treatment?
You can repair a scar at any age. Just be careful that you do not have skin disease or acne in the area where the scar occurs.
- Those whose facial scars are more than two millimeters, which are considered wide wounds.
- Those who have sunken wounds, prominent wounds and stepped wounds.
- Those whose scars have changed the shape of the surrounding areas.