How to remove a face bite mark
- Asked by marceline
- 3 years ago
the bite mark is on my face and i really don't feel well about it. i was thinking getting it remove. but i need to find a go dr
Scar Treatment: Common Questions
It is important to understand that any surgical intervention with regard to your scars will leave a residual scar. The most important emphasis is to minimize the appearance of your scar, align you soft tissue injuries with the contractile forces of the face, and to provide an exacting closure of tissue if tissue is to be removed. Unfortunately without an image the details of a technical approach to your specific injury are left to speculation. However, I would recommend seeing a surgeon who specialty involves the treatment of the face for your best possible outcome.
Facial bite Scar Revision
Regarding: "How to remove a face bite mark
the bite mark is on my face and i really don't feel well about it. i was thinking getting it remove. but i need to find a go dr"
Every moderate to severe injury is associated with a PERMANENT scar. Scars cannot be erased. But, depending on how the scar was created, how it was treated, where it is located and oriented - scars be be cut out and surgically changed in an attempt to make them look better.
You will need to meet with a Plastic surgeon who will then be able to advise you on what would be your best options. You may want to start with the website of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons for a listing of board certified Plastic Surgeons in your area. Plasticsurgery.org
Dr. Peter Aldea
Facial bite mark scar
You can never completely remove a scar, Its appearance can be improved with various techniques to conceal, camouflage or replace the scar with an improved scar. Meet with plastic surgeons and dermatologists to discuss the options available for your.
Web reference: http://www.bodysculptor.com/
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