My daughter has a scar from where she had a small cyst removed from her arm. It always makes me think either of a water boatman, an insect that is so light it walks on the surface tension of water, filmed from below. Or it looks like a boat in a boat race like the Oxgord/Cambridge boatrace, where they row in 4s or 8s and are often filmed from above. Both of these are exactly as you describe, a pointy ellipse with dots on either side. In her case the scar itself is filled with cigarette paper type skin, and she has 3 dots on either side as she had 3 stitches. At the time I had nmo understanding of HMS and its implications for skin and healing, but in future I would request that the stitches be left in longer to try and avoid the spreading scar, and maybe use more stitches.
Diagnosed HEDS December 1st 2005. DD1 (20) HEDS and scoliosis (now corrected by surgery), diagnosed June 2006. DD2 (18) mild HMS. Son (11) some hypermobile joints, poor muscle strength and seems to be developing scoliosis as well, woopee!