The problem with lip lacerations is that even if they are small, they are easily visible and tend to form scars. These wounds may need suturing to keep the borders even and reduce the development of scars. Most lip lacerations can be treated at home. Read more: Do You Suture a Lip Laceration? Article
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Cuts, Scrapes, and Puncture Wounds
Cuts, scrapes, and puncture wounds are common, and most people will experience one of these in their lifetime. Evaluating the injury, and thoroughly cleaning the injury is important. Some injuries should be evaluated by a doctor, and a tetanus shot may be necessary. Treatment will depend upon the severity of the injury.