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<Injury / burn>

The skin has a three-layer structure of epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous fat from the top. If it is an epidermal-level wound such as an abrasion, there is no need to worry about scars, but if it is a wound that reaches the subcutaneous fat from the deep dermis such as a laceration, scars will remain. When an injury that leaves a scar is injured, how to treat the scar inconspicuously is the showcase of the plastic surgeon's arm.

The same is true for burns. At levels up to the epidermis and superficial dermis, ointment treatment cures with almost no scars, but at levels from deep dermis to subcutaneous fat, ointment and surgical procedures are required and scars remain.

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