SURGICAL SCARS

Here are some common surgical scars. To better understand the type of scar that you have so it can be properly treated, you should first identify if it’s a raised or sunken scar. If you have a scar that is newly forming, it can be improved by using Scarguard.

Cosmetic Surgery

When a cosmetic procedure requires an incision, even though it was done by a plastic surgeon, there will be a scar.

Using Scarguard for a few months after the incision is closed has been shown to help the final result.

If there is an old  cosmetic surgery scar that is raised, it can be improved  no matter how it was closed or how old it is.

Treatment

Cosmetic surgery scars should be treated by using Scarguard Liquid Repair or Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets every day.

Developed by a plastic surgeon, Scarguard is the preferred scar management product of plastic surgeons and dermatologists.

Surgical procedures

Most surgeries today will leave some type of scar. Even minimally invasive surgery leaves little dots of scar tissue. Using Scarguard for a few months after the wound closes has been shown to give you a better result.

Treatment

These surgical scars can minimized using Scarguard Repair Liquid or Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets every day.   Either one should be started as soon as the stitches come out and the wound has healed.

Open Heart Surgery Scars

Open heart surgery scars  are a special case. Patient find them particularly upsetting, often feeling that they reflect weakness. It is extremely difficult to get silicone sheets to stick and the onion juice creams many people use just don’t work.

Scarguard is ideal for this situation. The paint on liquid is reliable, invisible and works incredibly well. Using Scarguard for a few months after the wound closes has been shown to give you a much better cosmetic result.

Treatment

These surgical scars can minimized using Scarguard Repair Liquid or Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets every day.   Either one should be started as soon as the stitches come out and the wound has healed.