How To Get Rid Of Keloids

Currently, there is no completely effective way to treat keloids or to prevent their formation. Traditionally, surgical removal of the scars was recommended. People who are prone to keloids should avoid cosmetic surgery. When surgery is necessary in such people, doctors can take special precautions to minimize the formation of keloids at the site of […]

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Keloid On a Big Picture

Consequently, with large lesions, they are best performed after surgery that rapidly removes the lesion mass. Radiation on its own also has mass-reducing effects because it appears to suppress angiogenesis, and therefore dampens the influx of inflammatory cells and factors into the scar. However, when used as the solitary form of treatment there is a […]

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Healing Bumps & Keloids

As discussed, wounds should be closed with minimal tension and the use of adjunctive measures following surgical excision including the use of silicone gel sheets may reduce recurrence. The pathogenesis of keloids is complex and involves both genetic and environmental factors. It is widely accepted that keloids develop subsequent to injury or inflammation of the […]

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Scars You Can Forget!

The thought of surgical procedures are very much daunting because no one would typically go for getting their bodies tampered and cut open . It’s a vulnerable yet viable solution to certain problems that otherwise cannot be resolved with daily injections, doses of tablets or therapy. In some cases it is necessary and in some […]

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What are Keloids?

Living with Keloids..Things You Should Know! Surgery to cut keloids or Keloid surgery is often not used as a first option, as although it may initially provide the patient with a good result, studies have demonstrated that between 45-100% of patients have recurrences of the keloid, it is also possible that the keloid which forms […]

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