The after-effects of burns are in most cases consecutive to the healing of wounds and are often associated with each other. When excision-grafting has been performed, it reduces the sequelae since it promotes satisfactory healing.
It takes almost a year for a scar to mature. However, the course of the healing of a burn can take different paths and transform the scar into an abnormally red blister (hypertrophic scar) which will fade in 12 to 18 months at the cost of scar enlargement, or a keloid scar. , favored by ethnicity, age and injured region.