Keloid and Hypertrophic Scar
Do you want to get rid of that keloid scar that has been bothering you for a while?
A keloid scar is a raised, thick scar. It can appear on the sites where there is skin damage, although it most commonly appears on the earlobes, shoulders, cheekbones, or chest. If you are prone to getting keloids, you may develop them in more than one location. A keloid scar is not dangerous to your health, but it can cause mental discomfort. Early detection and treatment are critical. Keloid scar therapy is an option. If you don’t like the appearance of your keloid looks or feels, consult an expert dermatologist to flatten or remove it. Keloid scars do remain intact if you do not opt for any treatment and sometimes even after treatment, they can still reoccur.
What are the symptoms of keloid scars?
A keloid scar can emerge months to years after the initial incident. Following are the symptoms of the formation of keloid scars:
When should you visit our dermatologist?
Early therapy can assist to reduce the formation of a keloid. Consult our dermatologist as soon as you discover a keloid. If you wish to treat one that you’ve had for a long, consult our expert dermatologist who specializes in skin diseases.
What are the Causes behind the formation of a keloid scar?
Keloid scars are not totally understood by experts. However, most experts believe that it is most likely a flaw in the wound-healing process. Collagen, a protein present throughout the body, aids in wound healing, but keloids can form when the body generates too much. Any type of skin damage can cause keloid formation, including an insect bite, acne, an injection, body piercing, burns, hair removal, and even tiny scrapes and bumps. Keloids can arise for no apparent cause. Keloids are neither infectious nor malignant. keloid is not a hypertrophic scar. A hypertrophic scar remains within the confines of the original incision and may diminish over time if left untreated.
What various options our dermatologist recommends to treat keloid scars?
The following are keloid scar treatments. One or more ways may be appropriate for your scenario. Keloids can grow again, sometimes larger than before, even after successful flattening or excision. You might also get new keloids in the same place. Our dermatologist recommends various methods for treatments of your keloid scars and the treatment depends on the scars, their location, and how long it has been since the formation of the scar.
What are some important precautions after removing your keloid scar?
After keloid removal, it is crucial to take certain precautions to support proper healing and minimize the risk of keloid recurrence. Here are some general guidelines:
Why is Dezire clinic the Best clinic for your keloid scar removal procedure in India?
Looking for methods to treat your various cosmetic concerns, Dezire clinic has been in the field of cosmetic and surgical procedures for years now. We use the latest technology to give you high-class services. Dezire is known for maintaining an impeccable level of hygiene for a safe experience for our patients. We ensure confidentiality in our work to make sure that you will have a comfortable experience with us. You can call us at 9717470550 or you can email us at (email@example.com) to book your free consultation.
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