The cells in our body that form tissue, such as our skin, are interconnected. I would think that cutting out tissue or trying to repair/replace it, as is done in surgery, or after an injury, could not be accomplished without damaging this network and creating irreparable damage.
Am I mistaken and is it possible to remove and replace skin, close a wound without damaging the underlying cellular structure and having scar tissue form?
When it is healing, is the tissue that is healing in some way weaker than the tissue that remained intact, say just beyond the margin of the wound?
If someone has surgery, can their skin be repaired completely with the proper amount of healing time?