We prefer to graft into linear scars in the donor area. Grafting into scars may be more advantageous to patients than scar revisions. Scars cannot be surgically removed, a thinner scar may or may not form as a result of scar revision. Grafting into linear scars can get the appearence of the scar to improve dramatically if blood flow inside the scar is sufficient. As the scalp heals, another scar will form and perhaps some stretch-back may occur. Thicker than the surrounding tissue, scar tissue is paler and denser because it has a limited blood supply; although it takes the place of damaged or destroyed tissue, it is limited in function, including movement, circulation, and sensation. For the best coverage, we transplant grafts at lower densities over more than one session.