Every Scar has a story to tell…
Treatment for Scars & Keloids
- Every wound heals with a scar, and that’s the law of nature. Every scar has a story to tell, and some people proudly wear them,
Good Scars – Bad Scars… Good scars are visible but are inconspicuous. Bad scars draw everyone’s attention, questions, speculations, assumptions, which can make life difficult
- Scar Management is literally an orchestra, we use a wide array of treatment options from non surgical to surgical. Our Cosmetic Options includes crème, Silica gel, gel stick ons, compression garments, exotic natural oils, which work to erase them, tougher ones are managed with Laser and Revision surgeries like ‘z-plasty’ or ‘w-plasty’
- A keloid is a type of scar that develops after a skin injury, surgery, burn, or deep cut. Although it can develop anywhere on your body, the most common area for it to appear is on your shoulder, breastbone, or earlobe.
- If you have a keloid, then you might be tired of living with it. Keloids are one of the most difficult things to manage.Fortunately, there are a few different options for keloid removal.
- Keloids can occur after a surgery or any kind of trivial trauma or a tattoo or ear piercing, Keloids are Genetic – runs in families, and are also common in people with dark skin.
- It might be important to understand why you developed a keloid. From a scientific perspective, the process is simple. When you have an injury, your body produces new tissue to heal, and the process stops once healing is complete. Some people have a problem where the process of formation of new tissue continues even after healing is complete. The result is new tissue continues to grow as a thick tough scar
- Keloids are notorious for recurrence and every conventional treatment has failed in effectively managing it. Our Keloid Protocol is the most effective and has given us very satisfying results. We have a recurrence of only 4%.
- We use a special crème for massage, Intralesional Triamcinolone therapy, laser and surgical excision
- Our extended protocol involves Superficial Radiation Therapy in very severe cases