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For Scars you can opt for Retino-A which is recommedable and effective. And along with scar removal it also work batter to preventing the breakdown of collagen and aging signs etc. But it is advised to apply it at nights for best results and to avoid irritation, inflammation, itching and redness if ...

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For Scars you can opt for Retino-A which is recommedable and effective. And along with scar removal it also work batter to preventing the breakdown of collagen and aging signs etc. But it is advised to apply it at nights for best results and to avoid irritation, inflammation, itching and redness if ...

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How small does a scar have to be in order to be removed without

Removing a scar don't have to be done with surgery. You should at least search for other treatments like creams.

My recent chest x-ray identified

Unless you've been exposed to asbestos, then the chance of this being mesothelioma is low. Nonetheless, visit your doctor and know more because you may not have been aware of what you've been exposed to.

Dark scars after injuries

I would think that Mederma or a vitamin E cream would be the solution to this problem. You might also speak with your dermatologist again to see if there something else that can be done. Good luck.