Scars often become swollen, widened, and even painful. They can be brown on lighter skin, white on darker skin, and sometimes red or purple. Every scar has a story, a cause and a growth process.
To properly approach the revision of a scar, I need to know its history, analyse it, and consider the quality of the surrounding skin. Surgery is not always the best solution, in which case I can advise other alternatives, such as adapted dressing, creams, laser treatment or even injections, which I perform on a regular basis. Scars resulting from severe burns sometimes require their own specific treatments.