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Procedures to make skin graft less visual

Hey , when I was younger about 6-8 I got burned. Third degree from a fire just on the calf of my leg. I had to get a skin graft done , the donor site was the thigh of the same leg. It?s now been 13 years later but the scars are still very visible they don?t match in color or skin texture is there any procedures that can help me make the skin less visible ? I researched and saw Fraser co2 but I need real procedures that?ll work affectively. I don?t care about how expensive it is. I?m opened to inexpensive and expensive procedures as long as it?s affective and I won?t have to wait Years for results.

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