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Emergency dental care may be needed if you have had a blow to the face, lost a filling, or cracked a tooth.
Although scars are a natural part of the skin’s healing process, they can cause pain, inconvenience, and self-consciousness. Most small scars will become nearly invisible if given enough time to heal, but for scars that are large, thick, indented, or raised, scar treatment is available to reduce their appearance. Laser scar removal is an excellent option, as are other cosmetic treatments such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and fat transfer therapy.
Scarring can result from virtually anything that damages the skin, from chicken pox to sports injuries and surgery. The more severely the skin is damaged, the longer it will take to heal and the more likely it is that a noticeable scar will develop. Fortunately, most scars are highly treatable. The type of scar treatment your cosmetologist recommends will depend on the cause of the scar.
A qualified dermatologist can help you decide which scar removal treatment is right for you. Although complete scar removal is not possible, most scars can be significantly improved in appearance through one or more cosmetic techniques, including microdermabrasion, chemical peels, collagen injections, and fat transfer procedures. Microdermabrasion and chemicals peels are ablative procedures that involve the removal of regeneration of the top layer of skin; microdermabrasion is generally less invasive when compared to chemical peels. Injections of collagen, fat, or dermal fillers such as Juvederm® or Perlane® can be used to fill in the depression left by a scar, minimizing it appearance. Your dermatologist may also recommend a cream, gel, or bandage that contains silicon to help reduce scar visibility and pain.
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