Part II by the same doctor who taught Part I. (SDCady)
I’m so happy not to reinvent the wheel.
He mentions that you don’t want the edges to curve downward (inward). When the edges do curve inward, you end up with native skin against native skin – which of course, will not grow together. You need raw skin to raw skin for healing to occur.
He also advises not to go into the muscle tissue, but do make sure you sew through the full thickness of the skin.
- Suturing a Wound – Part I (armageddonmedicine.net)