The skin automatically heals once it gets injured. Some sort of scarring forms when injured skin subsides. A keloid is a skin abnormality that can be removed safely through our latest keloid treatment. You may wonder what a keloid is and how a person can get rid of it. This blog post explains what keloid is and how it can be removed. If you want to learn more about keloids, this topic is for you.


Understanding Keloids

You may already know that injuries and burns result in scarring. A keloid is a type of raised scarring. Just like other types of scars, these raised scars also appear when an area of the skin heals from injuries.

There are some unique aspects of keloids – for instance, they can be bigger than the injury that results in scarring.

Getting Rid of Keloids

There are many ways to get rid of keloids. Some notable options have been explained below:

  • Freezing the Scar: This technique is also known as cryotherapy. This method decreases the size and hardness of keloids. It is the right option for small keloids.
  • Corticosteroid Shots: This treatment is simple and just requires injections at the keloid site. These shots contain a medication that reduces the scar.
  • Wearing Silicone Sheets: Wearing gel or silicone sheets can be done to flatten the keloid.
  • Laser Therapy: This option is good for small keloids and it can flatten keloid and fade the color.
  • Surgical Removal: As its name suggests, this option considers cutting the keloid. It is true that most keloids come back after surgical removal.
  • Pressure Treatment: This technique is used after the surgical removal of a keloid. Here, some pressure is exerted on the area after cutting the keloid. The reduced blood supply helps reduce the likelihood of the keloid coming back.

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In Brief

There are many ways to remove keloids safely and properly.
If you have one or more keloids on any area of the body or face, you can book our advanced keloid treatment that is performed by one of our skin specialists.

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