22 May 2021
When a scar takes over the body's natural harmony, cosmetic surgery can help erase that unwanted mark. If you have chosen the laser technique, Dr. Didier Van Den Broeck explains everything you need to know about this type of plastic intervention.
When the skin is subjected to an injury (injury, surgery, disease, acne, etc.), it repairs itself naturally. However, in many cases this repair leaves an often visible mark, commonly known as a scar.
There are 3 main categories of scars:
The result is usually puffy, red, white, pinkish, hollow, etc.
Until very recently, scars were considered irreversible. Indeed, these fibrous tissue formations could be smoothed without being reduced in size.
Added to this was the inability to eliminate them by replacing the fibrous part with healthy tissue.
The vast majority of aesthetic practices practice two techniques:
Today, dedicated scar reduction technologies go further for results never before achieved. In order to offer the best treatments to his patients, Dr Didier Van Den Broeck relies on the latest generation of patented lasers.
Thus, it will soon be possible to contact your cosmetic doctor to reduce hypertrophic and retractile scars as follows:
As for keloid scars:
It all starts with a first consultation at your cosmetic surgeon's office in Mauritius. Dr Didier Van Den Broeck will examine your skin to determine the type, depth and width of the scar to be treated. Thus, he will determine the most appropriate laser technique and the number of sessions necessary for an aesthetic result that meets your expectations.
Whatever technique your cosmetic surgery specialist uses, scar reduction contributes to physical harmony and general well-being.