Scar Revision Franklin
The entire staff are all very cool and down to earth, and will make you feel very comfortable once you are there. Dr Bengelsdorf is without a doubt a perfectionist, which makes him very easy to trust with the end results! Highly recommended!
* Results are not guaranteed and vary from person to person
by: A. Hampton
You don’t have to live with that scar!
Steven Bengelsdorf MD, FACS has built his medical practice on the principle of personalized care. Patients who visit Franklin Skin and Laser can discuss their various concerns and trust that there are treatments through which their skin can be improved. Scarring is a common complaint, one that many people assume they must simply live with. This is not the case.
Several types of injuries may lead to scars on the skin. Due to the unique nature of individual scars and of different people’s skin, the way in which a scar is treated will vary from one person to another. In some instances, it is possible to remove scar tissue completely. In others, revision can significantly reduce the appearance of a scar. Dr. Bengelsdorf has the extensive training and experience you can count on to effectively treat scars.
Hyperpigmentation scars are also common. These surface scars may cause the skin to look uneven in tone or aged in appearance. Patches of hyperpigmentation may be treated with topical solutions, chemical peels, or other modalities. Depending on the extent of scarring, the skin’s response, and the protocol used, several treatments may be necessary for optimal results. During consultation with your experienced physician, you can gain a clear understanding of the type of scar you have and the techniques that will produce the improvement you seek.
Scars that involve tissues beneath the epidermis can be revised to reduce their appearance. Deeper scars may be the result of healing after severe acne, incision, or another significant type of wound. Deep scars may appear pitted due to the pull of scar tissue in the dermis. To address this type of scar, Dr. Bengelsdorf may recommend laser treatment or subcision, a procedure through which surface skin is released from the pull of scar tissue. Any evidence that is present on the epidermis may subsequently be treated with laser, chemical peel, or other therapy. In some instances, optimal results are achieved through a combination of treatments.
Treatment for scars may not produce complete correction of damaged tissues. Dr. Bengelsdorf believes in providing patients with a clear expectation about what can be achieved in their unique situation and utilizes his surgical skills and expertise to provide the best cosmetic results possible.
Regain the healthy, beautiful skin you love. Call (615) 595-8177 today.