This 18-year-old man was working in a tobacco factory when he sustained a deep laceration injury to the right hand by a sharp edge cutting machine while packing. He was brought to the hospital within 1 hour. His examination revealed no bony fractures, luckily with all pulses present and with no neurological deficit. Wound exploration was done under nerve block and the primary suturing result is shown above! A laceration is a wound that is produced by the tearing of soft body tissue by a sharp object or by impact injury from a blunt object or force. This type of wound is often irregular, jagged, and is contaminated with bacteria and debris from whatever object caused the cut. Severe lacerations may extend through the full thickness of the skin and into subcutaneous tissues, including underlying muscle, internal organs, or bone, and is accompanied by significant bleeding and pain. Sutures, tissue adhesives, staples, and skin-closure tapes are options in the outpatient setting.