A hernia of the abdominal wall is a growth of bump above the abdominal contents through a area of weakness or defect in the wall. Many hernias does not show any symptoms but some become strangulated or locked, causing pain and leading towards and urge for surgery. Abdominal wall hernias can occur anywhere in the abdomen, the reason the hernia occurs is due to reactions of previous surgeries and at the belly button. Many hernias are repaired by operations, sometimes as outpatient surgery. They can be done either laparoscopically, open and if it is complex where your are abdominal walls are operated you may need to undergo a surgery to reconstruct the abdomen. For complicated abdominal wall hernias, it can be a team who has done their analysis completely in a organized way to understand and perform the surgery. Laparoscopic and plastic surgeons will work together in the different techniques of hernia surgery and make sure you get the best repair possible. For simple hernias, a validation by your surgeon is usually enough to diagnose the problem and plan for surgery. Making your scar look invisible after your surgery. Visible scars can may give you the feelings of low self-confidence or embarrassment. After the surgery the scar can remind you the feeling of the pain or stress when you had to undergo during the surgery or treatment or you can feel uncomfortable when other people point out and ask you to describe it you feel low to talk about your scar, so its better you make you scar look invisible. Getting a scar after the surgery is a part of the body's natural healing process and occurs when excess collagen is formed to close an incision, cut or laceration. Scar formation can happen following an injury, a surgical procedure or an elective, aesthetic procedure. best way is to undergo a cosmetic surgery and cover your scar with a additional tissue or skin from your body itself and you can walk in confidence and you don't have to feel low.