Keloid And Hypertrophic Scar is a kind of skin growth that appears usually at the site of skin damage. After this trauma the skin heals by the growth of a fibrous tissue resulting in a skin growth or scar. Keloid mostly occurs on the exposed site like earlobe, chest or face. Hyperthrophic scars usually formed after the trauma or injury. They can increase in size and number and may interfere with routine activities of the patient.
Keloid scars typically develop on the arms, ears, back, lower legs, chest and neck. They can appear with healing of wounds or may develop over months and years.
They are a pattern of skin healing after its damage by acne, burns, cuts, chicken pox, insect bites, piercing or tattoo. It surfaces like a hypertrophic scar, but expands outside the wound margins and generally builds over time as the skin growth.
At skin n laser centre, this condition is treated by the experts by medications (topical,oral or injectable) which makes it soft and helps to flatten it easily.
Surgical removal - this is done for huge keloids or scars by the team of plastic surgeon and dermatologist.
Fractional carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers are one of the latest advances in non-surgical skin resurfacing treatments.
The fractional CO2 laser takes the CO2 laser beam and fractionates, or pixellates that beam into thousands of tiny little shafts of light. These tiny shafts of light penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin. The skin then repairs those tiny shafts by pushing out the old sun damaged skin and replacing it with new skin. The "collateral" heat damage also helps to shrink existing collagen. - See more at: Click here
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