Can Bypass Heart Surgery Scar Be Removed?

Can Bypass Heart Surgery Scar Be Removed?

India is seen as diabetes and coronary heart disease capital of the world. According to the current estimates, India will soon have the highest number of heart disease cases in the ...

Are Keloids Different Than Scars?

Are Keloids Different Than Scars?

Keloids tend to be larger scars than the wound edges themselves and are often described as having edges that spill over.  On the other hand, hypertrophic scars do not have edges th ...

Can Lasers Help In Treating Acid Burn Scars

Can Lasers Help In Treating Acid Burn Scars

It is said that every scar tells a story and in India, there has been a rise in acid burn cases due to increased media exposure, hate crimes, and easy availability of caustic acids ...

Can Old Burn Scars Be Treated?

Can Old Burn Scars Be Treated?

The extent of scarring due to burns is related to age of the burn, ethnic origin, the severity, depth and location of the burn. Research shows that less severe burns (also called s ...

How To Get Rid Of Burn Marks Faster?

How To Get Rid Of Burn Marks Faster?

"Be the type of person who leaves a mark." While this statement is highly motivational, the irony is that no one would want anything to leave a mark on their skin. Burn scars are n ...

Keloids: What It Is And How You Can Treat It

Keloids: What It Is And How You Can Treat It

Keloids scars that just keep on growing - are typically harmless. However, they can be unsightly and annoying. They affect as many as 1 in every 10 people and most often appear aft ...

Know About Burn Scars And How You Can Tackle It

Know About Burn Scars And How You Can Tackle It

Burn injuries are predominantly caused due to touching any hot object or getting burnt, which is often accidental. When the burn is very superficial affecting only the epidermis, i ...

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Can Bypass Heart Surgery Scar Be Removed?

India is seen as diabetes and coronary heart disease capital of the world. According to the current estimates, India will soon have the highest number of heart disease cases in the world. Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) is a respite for heart patients. However, a heart surgery leaves a distinctive mark, generally painless, but they may be cosmetically unpleasant. In some cases, scars on the skin can ...

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Are Keloids Different Than Scars?

Keloids tend to be larger scars than the wound edges themselves and are often described as having edges that spill over.  On the other hand, hypertrophic scars do not have edges that spill over but do rise upwards. These scars can occur due to a minor injury (even from just from a pimple), or due to a more invasive wound. Any injury beyond the body’s healing capacity will be replaced with collagen tissue an ...

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Can Lasers Help In Treating Acid Burn Scars

It is said that every scar tells a story and in India, there has been a rise in acid burn cases due to increased media exposure, hate crimes, and easy availability of caustic acids. Acid burn victims undergo physical, mental, social trauma, often leading to severe anxiety, depression and lowered self-esteem. According to Dr. Niteen Dhepe, any kind of scar — acne, burn, traumatic, and surgical — is improved ...

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Can Old Burn Scars Be Treated?

The extent of scarring due to burns is related to age of the burn, ethnic origin, the severity, depth and location of the burn. Research shows that less severe burns (also called superficial partial thickness burns) that heal in less than 10 days generally have no scarring. More severe burns (also called deep partial thickness burns) heal in 14 to 21 days and put you at a risk of scarring. Burns that take m ...

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How To Get Rid Of Burn Marks Faster?

"Be the type of person who leaves a mark." While this statement is highly motivational, the irony is that no one would want anything to leave a mark on their skin. Burn scars are not just a mark on your body but on your mind. Burn scars can be raised, depressed or stretched.  They can be either single or multiple.  Some scars can cause pain thus requiring treatment, apart from that; treatment offered would ...

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Keloids: What It Is And How You Can Treat It

Keloids scars that just keep on growing - are typically harmless. However, they can be unsightly and annoying. They affect as many as 1 in every 10 people and most often appear after an injury to the skin. Any injury beyond the body’s healing capacity is replaced with a collagen tissue which forms a scar. Scars represent the original injury site and are limited to the original size of the wound. Certain ind ...

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Know About Burn Scars And How You Can Tackle It

Burn injuries are predominantly caused due to touching any hot object or getting burnt, which is often accidental. When the burn is very superficial affecting only the epidermis, it heals without scarring. But when it breaches the dermis, the deeper layer of skin, it invariably leads to scarring. This scarring is due to a substitution of normal tissue with excessive abnormal collagen.This may lead to whiten ...

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10 Home Remedies To Get Rid of Crow’s Feet Naturally

Crow’s feet - referred to as “laugh lines,” are a common sign of aging. As we get older, our skin loses elasticity, resulting in crow’s feet, lines and wrinkles. Taking proper care of your skin and making sure it’s getting the essential vitamins and nutrients it needs to stay healthy, hydrated and firm can help keep crow’s feet and other facial wrinkles at bay. How can we approach making eye masks to reduce ...

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The Cause of Crows Feet Around Your Eyes?

Eyes are the windows to the soul. But what if those windows are framed by a few wrinkles? Of course, aging is nothing to be ashamed of, but it isn’t something that you’ll love to see. Crow’s feet are a perfect example. What Are Crow’s Feet? Crow’s feet are those little lines that start at the corner of the eye and gradually extend outward – so aptly named for their resemblance to a real crow’s foot. They’re ...

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What are The Best Treatments for Crow’s-feet?

It's no secret that our eyes are one of the first areas to show the signs of ageing. The skin here is 40% thinner than the rest of our face, making it more delicate. Crow's feet, AKA the fine lines, and wrinkles around the eye area, are one of the most common ageing concerns. Luckily, there is crow’s feet treatment options to ward off and treat the fine lines that might be creeping up around your eyes with ...

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