Burn reconstruction

Burn reconstruction
Burns or other creations restore the tissue through stages of inflammation, growth, and maturity. Skin reconstruction treatment is a process that induces the epithelium through the proliferator to become the skin tissue that is close to the original skin condition or the original skin condition as the epithelial wound. In other words, the all-around is an important process to prevent or minimize unwanted scars and to dry the skin and to relieve excessive dead skin, sensation, or pain that occurs during this process.
Rehabilitation of the skin, or scar care, is not sufficient in one way, maintaining adequate moisturization and pressure, as well as taking necessary additional steps, such as massage and laser treatment, along with the scars and progress.

1. Moisturizing treatment: moisturizer, regenerative cream, etc.
2. Reconstructive massage: lymphatic circulation massage using 5 kinds of ampoule including oil and vitamin C (moisture, itching, alleviation of protruding tissue, reduction of pigment, relaxation of mental and physical stability etc.)
3. Pressure treatment: silicone gel sheet, silicone scar cream, compression clothing, etc.
4. Triamcinolone Local Injection
5. Laser treatment
6. Physical therapy (prevention of construction)
7. surgical procedure; scar revision etc
According to the literature, burn scars and burn treatment periods are closely related. If epithelium occurs within two weeks, it can leave temporary traces or marks, but it does not leave a permanent scar. However, even temporary traces of inflammation tend to last for months to years, so moisturizing (humidifier, placenta cream etc), sunscreen (sunscreen), whitening (color pack) and laser procedures help relieve and recover pigmentation after epithelium occurs. In addition, if two or more weeks of treatment take place, there are about 20 percent of scars left in two to three weeks, about 30 percent in three to four weeks, and 75 percent in four weeks or more (Burns Volume32, lssue 8, December 2006, Pages 992-999 Evidence for the link between healing time and the development of medicine). This is called a two- or three-degree burn, especially when the importance of reconstruction treatment is emphasized. As the occurrence of non-postal septum keloid can cause not only cosmetic problems but also joint construction etc. in the conjunctival area, more active reconstruction treatment is required, such as silicon pressure, scar cream, compression clothing, and fraxel laser, as well as moisturizing and massage. Although these reconstruction treatments may not completely remove scars, they have recently been emphasized in order to relieve scars and to improve nourishment and pain. These reconstruction treatments/care should be carried out for about 12-18 months after epithelialization, especially for the first 3-6 months.