The scar is always different from his character of the surrounding tissue intact, and its appearance and size depend on the genetic predisposition of the patient, the location and course of the scars and the circumstances in which and the healing process. Scars can not be removed, they can be just as correct to be less (or even not) a nuisance in terms of function and aesthetics.
Before the operation
Treatment involves the removal of scar tissue, possibly also its surroundings and the new suturing the edges of the skin and creates ideal conditions for healing, which has an impact on the achievement of a better end result. Most of the scars correction can be performed under local anesthesia, and the duration of treatment depends on the extent of the adjusted scars.
While the scar will heal (healing takes 3 to 6 months, and sometimes longer) the result is permanent. If healed scar is pale, has a color similar to the color of the surrounding skin and is thin, it is possible to speak of a successful treatment result.