“No matter how large or small your battle scars might be…the scar that remains after healing is a reminder of how far we have grown.” –Laura D. Field
Scars always carry a story. The story’s themes may be of bravery, injury, hurt, pain or accident. The final scene of the story can either be that of victory or defeat. Due to the fact that scars carry deep meaning, they can carry a great deal of emotional weight as well.
Scars can play a powerful role in life. They can remind you of what not to do, and serve as a reminder to not repeat the same mistakes. They can also help remind us to be careful not to harm others in a similar way. They also can help us know how to help others who have similar scars. However, even though scars can play a large part in our growth, they can also cause a great deal of emotional and physical pain as well.
If you’re wearing a visible reminder of a painful story, it may be time to consider rewriting your story by erasing the lines that you’d like to forget. Scars serve as daily visual reminders that you may want to erase.
Dr. Ransom at San Francisco Center for Facial Plastic, Reconstructive & Laser Surgery understands the heavy weight a scar can have on your life. He offers scar revision. In addition to addressing the aesthetic issues related to your scar, he would also inspect and address any functional abnormalities that your scarring may be causing.
If you have a scar and are ready for scar revision, contact Dr. Ransom. He will work closely with you, for as long as it takes, to give you the best aesthetic result possible. He will help you write a new, victorious chapter of your scar story.
Posted on behalf of San Francisco Center for Facial Plastic, Reconstructive & Laser Surgery
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