Scars and Wounds

A wound is a physical injury to the body that disrupts its structure. The wound may be under the skin, may affect only the skin surface, or might affect the skin on the surface and beneath it. An incision (cut) from surgery is a wound. A wound also can be caused by a fall or accident, tumor growth, pressure on bony areas, or radiation therapy. Proper care for a wound is important to protect it from infection and help it heal. Scars are healed wounds. Scars and Wounds can also be treated with Aesthetic Medicine and Procedures

  • Botulinum Toxin A Injections
  • Scaly and Broken skin
  • Crusts, scabs or cuts on the skin
  • Drainage or Pus
  • Warmth or heat at the affected area

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