(covers information from several alternate timelines)
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A scar on Mark Jameson's arm
The scars on the face of the Terran marauder
scar was a visible mark of replacement of the skin following injury.
Kira Meru had a scar on the side of her face. Basso Tromac was ready to remove her for being "imperfect" but was stopped by Gul Dukat who healed the scar with a dermal regenerator. ( : " DS9 ")
Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night
Ligonian Hagon had a scar on the left side of his face ( : " TNG ") as did the Code of Honor Klingon renegade Korris. ( : " TNG ")
Heart of Glory Admiral Mark Jameson revealed a scar on his right arm to Karnas in 2364 as a proof for his identity. ( : " TNG ")
Too Short a Season Scarface was a character in the holographic recreation of a . He had a scar on the right side of his face. ( Dixon Hill story : " TNG ")
Terran marauder from the mirror universe had visible scars around his left eye. ( : " DS9 ", " Crossover ", " Through the Looking Glass ", " Shattered Mirror ")
The Emperor's New Cloak
In an ( alternate timeline in 2374, both, Captain Kathryn Janeway and Tuvok had scars in their face. Tuvok was wounded and suffered from blindness when a chroniton torpedo exploded right in front of him and Captain Janeway's skin featured scars following third-degree burns from the fire in Deflector Control. : " VOY ", " Year of Hell ")
Year of Hell, Part II
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