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Scarring differs from individual to individual.. Every incision will leave a scar, which, in most cases, will be well sited (relatively “hidden” in natural body creases etc) and will tend to fade over time to become barely visible. Some patients do not react well to incisions, and may form thickened scars (called hypertrophic scars or keloid scars). This is not commonl, but can occur after surgery (more often in darker skinned races). All patients are encouraged to use external taping (micropore tape) to support the scar for the first 3 months. Smokers tend to make poorer scars

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