Appendectomy Scar Treatment
Clinically proven to remove Appendectomy surgery scars with our scar healing regimen. Our products soften, smooth, flatten and restore skin to its normal texture and color.
- High Quality silicone sheeting, scar cream, and medical tape
- Products effective individually, work even better in combination
- Promote the natural healing process
- Treatment achieves scar less healing in many cases
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Non-Adhesive Silicone Sheets
If the scar are flat and discolored only our scar cream is required. If scarring is raised and/or indented silicone sheeting is required.For maximum results we recommend our discounted scar kits that combine silicone sheeting and scar cream for the treatment of the scarring.
Pro's and Con's of adhesive silicone sheeting.
Pro's - Self adhesive silicone sheeting is kept in place over the scar without the use of medical tape.
Con's - Stickiness is affected by the oiliness of your skin, additional sheet may be required for extended treatment periods.
Traditional Open Appendectomy
When the surgeon uses the open approach, he makes an incision in the lower right section of the abdomen. Most incisions are less than 3 in (7.6 cm) in length.
Recommended silicone sheeting 4 x 8 cm or 4 x 12 cm
When the surgeon performs a laparoscopic appendectomy, four incisions, each about 1 in (2.5 cm) in length, are made. One incision is near the umbilicus, or navel, and one is between the umbilicus and the pubis. Two other incisions are smaller and are on the right side of the lower abdomen.
Recommended silicone sheeting 4 pack 4.25 cm disc
An appendectomy (or appendectomy) is the surgical removal of the vermiform appendix. This procedure is normally performed as an emergency procedure, when the patient is suffering from acute appendicitis. In the absence of surgical facilities, intravenous antibiotics are used to delay or avoid the onset of sepsis; it is now recognized that many cases will resolve when treated non-operatively. In some cases the appendicitis resolves completely; more often, an inflammatory mass forms around the appendix. This is a relative contraindication to surgery. Appendectomy scar treatment with ReJuveness products is proven to provide excellent scar healing results.
Appendicectomy may be performed laparoscopically or as an open operation. Laparoscopy is often used if the diagnosis is in doubt, or if it is desirable to hide the scars in the umbilicus or in the pubic hair line. Recovery may be a little quicker with laparoscopic surgery; the procedure is more expensive and resource-intensive than open surgery and generally takes a little longer, with the (low in most patients) additional risks associated with pneumoperitoneum (inflating the abdomen with gas). Advanced pelvic sepsis occasionally requires a lower midline laparotomy.
Using Rejuveness silicone sheeting and scar cream, your appendectomy scar will virtually disappear. Whether you had open surgery or a laparoscopic appendectomy, scar treatment is a breeze. It is best to begin treatment as soon as possible after the surgery, although Rejuveness products have been proven to work even on aged scars. Appendectomy scar healing is within your reach!
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