Awww....U'll be okay guy...Anything surgical on your body is traumatic, and most likely requires a lot of emphasis on self-care and healing. A lot of sleep too. As you sleep, especially in the aftermath in any alteration on the body, your body relaxes and heals itself. In lieu of when you had this done, and reasonably allotting enough time for your body to return to its own equal footing of health with respect to everything else your body and overall life may be impacted by the nature of scaring physio-adjustments, you should take it easy like breezy and ever 6 months pass by respectively, you can go to the same surgeon or and reconstructive/plastic surgeons they may be affiliated with and inquire about any potential in treatment of scar pigment..Providing you're in an overall good state of health and your body heals well, the scars will fade a lot more than the color/shade you currently see it now. There's different lazor methods medical/cosmetic Dr.'s do in where after months of healing they'll adjust and try to align the specific melanin and innate skin tune you have and nicely fade & blend he coloration of the scar to the natural color tune of your skin shade, (**as close as it plausibly can get,anyway.) Depending on the extensiveness of the scar and you own body's healing capability most patients need to do a certain number of sessions in optimally getting to the desired result. Be reasonable though, there's no miracle surgery,lazors, and creams that fully restore the body once it was yielded by Mr. happy or sad knife!... ..So many people have these surreal expectations in high hopes that the race for the unattainable desire will somehow render an attainable one. If you ask me, having hope for the most part; is prolonged disappointment, no joke!... .. . .