Scar revision surgery drastically minimizes the visual appearance of a facial laceration scar. A facial laceration is a cut or tear in the soft tissue of your face or neck. Neck and facial scarring is often the result of severe acne, trauma, injury, or surgery like skin cancer resection. Scarring may also occur as a result of previous plastic surgery procedures such as facelift, rhinoplasty, neck lift, or eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty). Scars that occur as a result of injury or surgery often visibly remain after the wound has healed. Poor healing may result in unsightly and disfiguring scars. Even wounds that heal well often leave a noticeable trace. Facial scarring may cause significant functional problems for patients when located closely to the lips, eyelids, ears, or nose. Repairing this damage requires a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with expertise like Dr. Mitchell Blum who will evaluate the damage and severity of the facial laceration, and work with you to recommend the best course of action.
Dr. Mitchell Blum
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
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