A tear huh? geez woman.
to answer to question with a little bs as possible. It will heal by itself but will have scar tissue and will not be in alignment or work properly without pain (or you get used to the pain and limited wrist movement.) However, if it is enough to warrant surgery, even that can cause scarring and pain. So, we are talking a coin toss.
It has been about 6 years since my last wrist surgery (a combination of carpal tunnel and fused cartalidge removal. The pain relief has been wonderful but I have never gotten the strength in my wrist back. I also have the biggest ugliest scar that looks like I attempted the unspeakable because it couldn't be fixed with laser surgery.
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