I have a couple stretch marks in my back donor area performed years ago from older methods of harvesting graphs.
My new HT doctor has revised these stretch marks by suturing into the subQutaneous. What is your opinion on this?
I am having difficulty understanding your question. I think you are saying that there are ‘rail road tracks’ where you were stitched years ago. If widely spaced sutures are placed a bit of a distance back from the wound, they tend to produce ‘hash marks’. Today’s suturing with very fine sutures close to the edge of the wound does not produce ‘hash marks’. Is this what your doctor is suggesting?