Cardiothoracic footprint removal (heart incision scar)
Q: She’s in her early 40s. I had a heart surgery a long time ago. I had an incision in the center of the chest. The surgical footprint is thick, so there is still a clear scar. On a hot summer day, I want to wear something with a small chest, but I can’t because of my chest. Can I get rid of the surgical scars at the scar hospital?
A: The chest located in the front chest, such as a heart surgery scar, is difficult to completely correct (it may open again or pop out red), and in this case, the surgery will be carried out with a combination of medications to help ease the scar.