Men and women
Scars appear as a result of the healing process after local trauma, either in the form of an inflammatory process generated by acne, or following surgical interventions or following an accident, burn.
Healing depends on several factors, both internal and external, from the age of the patient, the location of the lesion, the generating mechanism, the procedures applied locally, the care of the lesion, etc. For this reason, in everyday practice we encounter a variety of scars such as:
1. Hypotrophic scars: lesions that appear most frequently after acne
2. Hypertrophic and keloid scars: what is an excess of tissue that appears after the healing process after surgical excision or after a local trauma
3. Retractable scars: which pull the surrounding tissue and limit mobility. It is formed after a burn or accident