Remove C-Section Scars With More Surgery
By NewBeauty Editors |
When we think about surgery, we tend to think of liposuctions, facelifts and other cosmetic procedures (at least in our world of beauty). But the most common surgery in the United States is not what you'd expect. It turns out that cesarean section, or c-section, surgery is actually the winner in surgical procedures performed on women.
Usually, most c-section operations result in a small, barely noticeable scar below the underwear line. However, this surgery can have less than favorable results such as large, raised, discolored and even painful scars. But there is good news for those who suffer from these abnormal scars-skilled surgeons can make them less noticeable.
That's right, there are surgeons out there who specialize in scar revision surgeries that can help. Some surgeons successfully reduce the appearance of the scar by reopening it and then carefully reclosing it, followed by microdermabrasion. Another way to change the appearance of the scar is to combine it with other surgeries such as a tummy tuck or a full mommy makeover. But as always, it's extremely important to do your research and find a board-certified surgeon to get the best and safest results.
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