How to Treat a Scar
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Burn scars are an inevitable complication of burn injuries. While minor burns may heal without leaving a scar, the majority of burns will leave a permanent mark. What’s even worse is that severe burns can lead to functional damage of the affected area. So why are burn scars often much more difficult to treat than other scars?
According to top plastic surgeon Dr. Steven Teitelbaum, M.D., the C-section pooch does not necessarily indicate that the scar itself is bad. Rather, the C-section pooch develops because the scar is stuck to the muscle, creating an indentation and sometimes a little overhang of tissue above. Dr. Teitelbaum shares in an interview with Goop that C-section scars are “far and away the most common scars” he sees in his practice.