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Aesthetic surgeon's ability and care of cosmetic surgery suture wound

Cosmetic surgeons are not professionals just because they are good at cosmetic surgery.It is also essential to work on how to properly heal suture wounds caused by cosmetic surgery.This is the so-called final finishing touch.A person who specializes in suturing without leaving any scars should be the most professional of all surgeons.However, do most cosmetic surgeons really pay close attention to their patients' scars?Some cosmetic surgeons believe that fine suturing will make the suture wound clean.There are some areas that should not be sutured.If the sutures are too small, the blood circulation in the suture wound will deteriorate, causing the suture site to open and potentially staining the scar.After the surgery, some cosmetic surgeons carefully disinfect the sutured wounds.Disinfection is poisonous to the wound and should never be performed on sutured wounds.This behavior is common among self-proclaimed cosmetic surgeons who have transferred from non-surgical departments such as internal medicine, psychiatry, pediatrics, and dermatology.Disinfecting sutures may open the wound and significantly delay healing.An even worse practice is to apply gauze or sofratulle directly to the suture wound.The suture wound dries and healing is significantly delayed.What's more, when you remove the gauze or sofratulle, there is an increased risk of bleeding, pain, and opening of the wound.Furthermore, a cosmetic surgeon applies steroid cream to the sutured wound.Creams contain irritating substances called surfactants, which will definitely make the wound worse.A cosmetic surgeon uses dissolvable sutures to stop the process.This is an impossible act.Especially, you don't have to come for phimosis surgery anymore!This is being done at a medical institution that claims that there is no need to go to the hospital.Dissolvable sutures do not require removal.However, if this thread remains in the wound, it will definitely cause inflammation to the surrounding skin and the suture wound will become dirty.This is a suture material that a cosmetic surgeon with common sense knowledge and morals would never use.There are many patients who are worried about the unsightly sutures left after cosmetic surgery.There are some cosmetic surgeons who have no knowledge of wound care, and even if they do have the knowledge, they do not dare to carry out the procedure due to the loss of time and cost.Patients who pay expensive cosmetic surgery fees have the right to receive the highest level of suture wound care, but it seems that in many cases patients do not pay attention to the suture wounds. .Many new dressings are now available that dramatically improve wound healing.No bathing restrictions are required.Please do not take a bath for one week after surgery.A cosmetic surgeon says something outrageous. The suture wound will become epithelialized within XNUMX hours, so you can take a normal bath from the third day.Cleaning the wound in the shower will remove dirt and reduce the risk of infection.I have never seen a case where an infection was caused by taking a bath.Be careful if there is a cosmetic surgeon who disinfects the suture wound, directly covers the suture wound with gauze, uses Sofratulle, or restricts bathing for a long period of time.You may have to protect the suture wound yourself.Surgical scars vary tremendously depending on the threads used, covering materials, treatment methods, etc.I would like patients undergoing surgery to be aware of this care for suture wounds. From XNUMX years of experience as a cosmetic surgeonProper suture wound careI would like to continue to serve in the future.