Treatment thanks to dad's job at Smith & Nephew
RACHEL Adshead, who was left scarred for life after she was glassed in a bar, has been using the latest technology to treat her injuries.
Miss Adshead, 23, needed 14 stitches after she was glassed in bar Fusion by Michael Bettney during a Christmas nightout.
Her father works for Smith & Nephew and was able to access the latest anti-scarring medicines to help treat her.
She has been using specialist creams and dressings to treat her injuries and in ten months since the incident the scarring has reduced.
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Judge Michael Mettyear said: "It has been fortunate for her that she has received treatments for the scarring from the doctors and from her father."
Smith & Nephew is a world leader in dressings for serious wounds.
It specialises in dealing with chronic wounds suffered by older people, such as leg ulcers. But the firm also offers treatments for burns and cuts from surgery. Its products can fill out wounds with gauze and foam to prevent infection.
Smith & Nephew also produces tiny particles of silver used to kill bacteria.