How to get rid of this scar?

You haven't provided. any specifics about the scar so I can only give general guidance. Consider dermatological or plastic surgery consultation. Take care.

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I have a surgery scar under my left Breast. It has formed due to hyper active skin repairment. Its probably called keloid. How to get rid of this scar?

Scar?? Best to be seen by boarded PS in yin area to be examined to determine the type and nature of the scar you have. Either injection, scar treatment sheeting or creams, re excision with injection of steroid and micro Botox to edges, or radiation therapy are the options... Read more...

How to get rid of old scars?

Many options. Scars mature and can continue to improve for up to a year. They are sun-sensitive and may become hyperpigmented with sun exposure. The best way to treat a scar depends on the scar. Options include silicone gel, silicone sheeting, use of filler (for spot or crater-like scars), laser therapy, hydroquinone, dermabrasion, or kenalog (triamcinolone) injection, or surgical scar revision. See your plastic surgeon. Read more...

How to get rid of MRSA scars?

Scar revision. Depending on the thickness of the scar, silicone sheets or injection of kenalog (triamcinolone) can help thin the scar. Read more...
Time, silicone, bloc. Time, silicone gel sheeting, avoidance of sun and tobacco use as well as possible bleaching agents such as hydroquinone, retinoids and steroids may help. Read more...

Can you suggest how to get rid of hypertrophic scars?

Scars. They are called keloid. They are best left alone. Local steroid injections would give you some relief but it will rebound. Plastic surgery may make it worse and not advisable. Read more...
Hypertrophic Scars. Hypertrophic or Keloid scars most commonly are treated with steroid injections. Other treatment are cryotherapy, interferon injections and sometimes with steroids topically in an occlusive tape form. Read more...

How to get rid of keloid scars?

No simple answer. There is no simple answer to your question. Some may benefit from cortisone injections whereas others may require excision.Sometimes excision is followed by a short course of radiation. Unfortunately some of them have a high rate of recurrence. I would recommend seeing a plastic surgeon in your area. Read more...
Keloids. Two options here. One would be steroid injections into the keloids, hoping they shrink over the long term. This is not always effective. Second, they can be cut out, but the problem would be that the healing from the resection of a keloid can, of course, produce another keloid. Discuss with Dermatologist, but may be wise to just leave them be. Read more...

How to get rid of pimple scars?

Acne scarring. Acne scarring can be treated with topical tx such as retin a (tretinoin) if mild, if more severe , laser , dermabrasion and other procedures can be performed. Read more...

How to get rid of burn scars?

Thickness and pigmen. For the thickness of the burn scar, kenalog (triamcinolone) injections helps to thin the scar. For the pigmentation, hydroquinone cream can help. Read more...
You can't. If the burn was not too deep and healed within about ten days it may just take time for the scar to fade. If the burn was deep and took over 2 wks to heal or require skin grafting there may be very little that can be done. Sometimes a pressure garment will help. A small scar may be excised and closed with stitches but trade old scar for a new one. Avoid sun and consult a plastic surgeon to evaluat. Read more...

How to get rid of a scar on my forehead?

Improve, not remove. Scars cannot be removed but there is a large variety of techniques to improve their appearance, both surgical and non-surgical. They also improve with time. See a dermatologist or board-certified plastic surgeon to evaluate your options. Good luck! Read more...
Scars;VitaminE. Life holds no guarantees as we know, but vitamin e oil placed directly on the scar regularly can help to fade or remove the scar. You can get a bottle of it in the drug store. It's inexpensive and worth a try; just be patient. A dermatologist is the expert type of doc to see. Peace and good health. Read more...