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Looking forward to helping you out, ElizabethView Thread
The experts here have mentioned using silicone gel sheeting, this may be an option depending on the size or depth of the scar. Check with your doctor or dermatologist to see if this would be a good option.
Keep us posted and let us know how things are healing, ElizabethView Thread
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