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Chicken Pox Scars

Chicken pox scars are very common if you’ve had the chicken pox virus. Similar to acne scars, chicken pox scars are pits that remain where the rash once was. If you had chicken pox as a kid, your scars are probably deeper and more prominent if you scratched or picked at the rash. Of course, it’s not fair that you have to live with the mistakes you made as an itchy kid! There are plenty of chicken pox scar treatments that can help lessen the appearance of your scars. They could even disappear altogether! Chicken Pox Scars Clinic in Ludhiana.

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Accidental Scars

Skin is an organ that shields the body from infection. Scars may occur when skin becomes injured. Scars are a normal part of the healing process that develop when the skin mends wounds caused by acne, disease, accidents or surgical incisions. Scars often appear thick and red at the onset and slowly fade over time, reports the American Academy of Dermatology, or AAD. Certain lotions or creams may help to diminish the appearance of scars.

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Acne Scars

Acne is a skin condition that affects up to 80% of people in their teens and twenties, and up to 5% of older adults. While many people recover from acne without any permanent effects, some people are left with disfiguring acne scars. There are some topical skin care products and medications that can improve mild scarring, but most acne scars are treated with a combination of surgical procedures and skin resurfacing. Best Scars treatment clinic in Ludhiana.

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Hypertrophic Scars Or Keloidal Scars

A hypertrophic scar is a cutaneous condition characterized by deposits of excessive amounts of collagen which gives rise to a raised scar, but not to the degree observed with keloids.[1] Like keloids, they form most often at the sites of pimples, body piercings, cuts and burns. They often contain nerves and blood vessels. They generally develop after thermal or traumatic injury that involves the deep layers of the dermis and express high levels of TGF-β. All of us at some time or other face the problem of scars specially on the prominent areas . like face ,forearms,upper chest ,etc.Scientific basis : Why do we get scars ?In simple words to summarize ,scar basically is the body's way to repair the area where normal covering i.e skin is damaged. when we sustain injury body gets a message from the injured area in form of pain and body,s repair machanism is set to action.while the skin is being repaired it actually is over repaired sometimes so that scar grows more than the initial injury.we call this as keloid. normal repair leaves a spot or mark which is different than the surrounding color of skin either it can be dark or be light depending upon the injury 's nature.like burn marks when deep burn the melanin also so that area becomes lighter than surrounding skin.

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