Fibrosis After Cosmetic Surgeries.

Fibrosis After Cosmetic Surgeries.


Fibrosis After Cosmetic Surgeries

Fibrosis following cosmetic surgeries is a complication where excessive scar tissue forms in the treated area. This can occur after procedures such as liposuction, abdominoplasty, breast augmentation, among others. Here are the causes, symptoms, prevention, and treatment of post-surgical fibrosis:


  • Inflammatory Response: Any surgery induces a natural inflammatory response, which can trigger scar tissue formation.
  • Surgical Trauma: Tissue damage during surgery can lead to excessive scarring.
  • Individual Factors: Genetics, skin type, and personal predisposition to excessive scarring.
  • Infections: Although rare, postoperative infections can contribute to fibrosis.
  • Surgical Technique: Less invasive procedures performed by experienced surgeons tend to have lower rates of fibrosis.


  • Hardening: Areas of hardness or palpable nodules in the operated area.
  • Skin Irregularities: Wavy or uneven appearance of the skin.
  • Pain: Persistent sensitivity or pain in the affected area.
  • Movement Restriction: Stiffness that can limit movement, especially in areas like the abdomen or breasts.


  • Postoperative Massages: Techniques such as manual lymphatic drainage can help reduce inflammation and prevent fibrosis. 
  • Compression Garments: Using compression garments can help control inflammation and provide tissue support.
  • Follow Postoperative Instructions: Strict adherence to the surgeon’s recommendations on postoperative care.
  • Maintain Good Hygiene: Avoid infections that can exacerbate scarring.

Some non invasive Treatments and solutions:

  • Mesotherapy and Vitamin C: If you are related with mesotherapy, try with Vitamin C 20% of Armesso. Vitamin C helps loosen connective tissue adhesion, so you will see really nice results in just some sessions. You can use transdermotehrapy, needle free mesotherapy.... If there are fat around fibrosis, you can use Leciplus. Ask for specific protocols.
  • Therapeutic Massages: Specialized massages can help break down scar tissue and improve skin texture.
  • Ultrasound Therapy: Can help soften and increase the flexibility of scar tissue.
  • Radiofrequency and Laser: These treatments can stimulate collagen production and improve skin elasticity.
  • Steroid Injections: To reduce inflammation and the formation of excessive scar tissue. (Medical Practice).
  • Surgery: In severe cases, a surgical procedure may be necessary to remove excessive scar tissue. However, this carries the risk of forming more fibrosis.

Importance of Medical Follow up: 

Regular follow-up with the plastic surgeon after any cosmetic surgery is crucial to detect and treat any signs of fibrosis early on.

In Summe:

Postoperative fibrosis can affect aesthetic results and the functionality of the treated area. However, with proper preventive measures and available treatments, it is possible to minimize its effects and enhance recovery. Open and constant communication with the medical team is essential to ensure optimal recovery. How ever with mesotheray as a technic and Vitamin C of Armesso you can see results in a safe way and quickly. 

Call to us and ask about this and protocols. 

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