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How to Get Rid of Scars With Botox

A vertical incision on the forehead is a good example of a trauma wound that can be stitched, as it is parallel to the muscle fiber. Because the muscle will drag the scar in the direction of the incision, this is very easy to conceal.

It is important to note that if the incision is made at an angle of 90 degrees with respect to the muscle fibers, the muscle’s pull will open up the damaged area, resulting in a larger scar.

You can prevent this from happening by ensuring that when you inject any incision on a patient’s face where the incision is at a 90-degree angle to a muscle fiber, the muscle beneath the traumatized area relaxes, so that at least for a few months after you’ve sutured up the face, that muscle isn’t pulling against open wounds, and this will help reduce the size of the scar.


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