Keloid is a type of scar that results from an overproduction of dense fibrous tissue, stimulated by injury. Once formed, a keloid can gradually grow over months or years, often exceeding the size of the original wound.
Our treatment approach combines various laser treatments and steroid injections to inhibit excessive collagen production, which is responsible for the formation of scar tissue. Additionally, this approach helps reduce the redness associated with keloid scars.
How we can help?
PicoWay laser emits pulses of energy in extremely short durations, which can target and break down the excess collagen that forms the keloid scar tissue.
By delivering precise energy to the affected area, the Picoway laser can help stimulate the body’s natural healing response and encourage the remodeling of scar tissue. This can lead to a reduction in the size, thickness, and appearance of keloid scars.
Optimum results can be seen after 3-4 weeks.
Fotona laser has been used as a treatment to reduce the appearance of keloid scars. The laser works by targeting the scar tissue and promoting collagen remodeling, which can lead to a reduction in the size and visibility of the keloid. Fotona’s laser technology can help improve the texture and appearance of keloid scars, leading to a more even and smoother skin surface.
Optimum results can be seen after 1-2 weeks.
Intralesional injections are a common treatment option for keloid scars. During this procedure, a corticosteroid medication is injected directly into the keloid scar.
The corticosteroid helps to reduce inflammation and suppress the excessive collagen production that contributes to the growth of the keloid.
Minimal redness at the injection area for a day. Optimum results can be seen after 5 days when the keloid flattens.