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For a variety of reasons, people acquire facial scars over time. These scars not only have a physical effect on someone’s appearance, but they can also have a lasting psychological effect that can destroy a person’s self image. With the advancement of medical science in general and cosmetic surgery specifically, those suffering from facial scars can now look forward to a day that leaves them behind for good.

Below you’ll find information regarding how facial scar revision works, the types of facial scars that can be minimized or eliminated altogether and finally how you should proceed if you’d like to learn more about the benefits of this approach from a facial scar revision specialist in La Jolla.

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About Facial Scar Revision in General

Facial scar revision involves more techniques than surgery, and many patients will undergo a variety of steps in order to obtain the full benefit that this technique can provide. Facial scars come in all shapes and sizes and were brought about by different forces and events, and the fact of the matter is that there is no one approach that works for every situation.

Facial scar revision can include scraping of the skin, surgical techniques meant to eliminate and remove the problematic skin tissue, injectable fillers designed to provide a new look and shape to the previously scarred area and chemical peels and topical gels that are often used after the initial step is taken towards revising facial scars. In short, facial scar revision is a process that usually involves an individual plan of attack for each patient depending on the situation and the desired results.

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