Andrea Tomasek Grimball has an interest in treating scars. Check out the information below to understand more on this topic! Feel free to reach out to our company for more assistance!
"Scarring is the process by which wounds are repaired. Damage to the deeper layer of the skin, the dermis, is required to produce a scar. Damage to only the epidermis, the most superficial layer of skin, will not always produce a scar. Scars produce a structural change in the deeper layers of the skin which is perceived as an alteration in the architecture of the normal surface features. It is not just a change in skin color. Fetal tissues and mucosal tissues have the ability to heal without producing a scar. Understanding how and why this is possible could lead to better surgical scar outcomes.
A few scar facts!
- Scars occur when tissues have been significantly damaged and repaired.
- Scars result in changes that alter the physical architecture of normal skin or other tissue.
- Scars can occur after physical trauma or as part of a disease process.
- Poorly controlled wound healing can result in thick, unsightly scars that cause symptoms.
- There is a genetic predisposition in some people to produce thicker, itchy, enlarging scars called keloids.
- Scarring in areas of increased skin tension or movement tend to be unsightly.
- When wounds are produced surgically, physicians utilize techniques to minimize scarring."
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