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Your Body's Repair Process 

Stage One 


First seconds to 3 days

The body responds to rupture of blood vessels by forming a clot in the area to stop blood loss. Injured blood vessels leak fluids, proteins and white blood cells causing localized swelling.

Stage Two 


1-4 days

The immune system gets to work cleaning up injured and damaged materials from the wound site and clearing out any foreign invaders.

Stage Three


2 -21 days

(sometimes 6 weeks)


The wound is rebuilt with new tissue made of collagen and extracellular matrix

Stage Four

Remodeling and Maturation

8 weeks - 1+ years


The structure of the scar continues to evolve, becoming 

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