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Treatment of scar on faced caused by shaving blade - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   Dr xxx here
User :   1 month ago I got cut on my face with blade.then i put dettol without mixing it with water.But next day my face was red . i got scar on my face.i m very much worry about this .Doctor advised me to put eumosone cream.But scar couldn't be revomed.How can I remove that?Why i got scar?please help me.I m in Nepal.
Doctor :   skin of the face is very delicate
Doctor :   injury can lead to scars easily
Doctor :   please describe the size of the wound, and the site so that i can help you
User :   how can i remove 100% scars and get previous skin
User :   scar is little big in size
User :   it is long
User :   dark
Doctor :   please give me specific answers in cms or inches
User :   dettol cause scarring
User :   2 inches long
Doctor :   such a scar can be removed only by cosemtic surgery
User :   and 1/2 inch fat
User :   without surgery
User :   ary their any medicinal cream
Doctor :   the chances of scar removal w/o surgery is less
Doctor :   no creams can remove that big scar
User :   not big
User :   it is long and thin
Doctor :   thats what i meant

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