About this deal
Lacerations are among the most common reasons for visits to emergency departments. Although most lacerations will heal without treatment, repair of these injuries reduces infection, scarring, and patient discomfort. Sutures, tissue adhesives, and wound tapes may all be used for laceration repair.
Avoid an expensive trip to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care and save yourself time by having any simple laceration repaired at the comfort of your home.
How It Works
Laceration repair can be done both surgically and non-surgically. Regardless of which technique is used, the wound is initially cleansed and closely examined to determine what kind of repair is appropriate to use. If some tissues around the wound are too damaged to be repaired, a debridement will be performed first followed by the laceration repair procedure.
A laceration repair is a procedure used to treat tears or cuts that affect the skin and its underlying tissues, including the subcutaneous fat, muscles, and tendons. The procedure involves cleaning the wound and preparing it for repair with the goal of closing it.