Keloids surely are a distinctive set of the scar as they can slowly grow and cover an area outside the original bounds of the injury. They grow over the skin's surface, are often unevenly developed, and will enlarge slowly. They often appear flat, shiny, dome-shaped, and pinkish or purplish in colouring. They don't decrease as do other scars, making them a really tough type to manage and reduce.
There are several ways of keloid scar removal. Procedures cover surgeries that scour or remove the scar tissue, cortisone injections that help level the region, laser treatments that lessen redness, or the freezing off of scar tissue called cryotherapy.
With around multiple disciplines under one roof, our specialists collaborate to ensure a clinically sound plan along with matching execution for a quick recovery.
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