The scar has reached stabilization it is more difficult to treat it; this. in fact. could have transformed into a keloid which is the extreme form of the hypertrophic scar. and which also involves nearby tissues.  for hypertrophic scars into two categories. invasive and non invasive. Invasive treatments include . cryotherapy . which is based on the use of ice which leads to the destruction of scar tissue; radiotherapy . it is not widely used due to possible carcinogenic effects. it is reserved for the most resistant and deep scars; cosmetic surgery . i.e. surgical interventions aimed at reducing the fibrous tissue created; laser therapy .


A pulsed light is directed at the affected area. This technique aims to reduce redness due to blood vessels in the scar tissue; Local steroid injections . As soon as a problematic scar is identified. cortisone is often prescribed. Steroid injections may be used as a treatment. The dosage is prescribed based on the size of the scar between 10 and 120 mg. Non invasive treatments include . Silicone gel sheets . a simple. but effective method. The silicone sheet can be applied once a day and then left for 12 23 hours without any problems. Easy to apply. the silicone gel sheet has moisturizing properties and can improve the appearance of hypertrophic scars with just 2 months of use. Pressure/Compression .



Pressure and compression therapy works by applying pressure to the affected area. Pressure contributes to collagen breakdown. Thromboembolic stockings are used for the feet. elastic bands for the extremities. compression and pressure garments can also be custom made for more complex areas. Topical steroids . Topical steroids can be used to treat many skin problems. such as eczema. contact dermatitis. and of course. hypertrophic scars. Usually. they are found in the form of a cream or ointment. which is applied directly to the skin to reduce scarring. Polyurethane plasters . they are self adhesive plasters placed directly on the affected area which contain and release healing and hydrating substances. With the transition to autumn.