Scar and Keloid Removal

What is a Scar?

A scar is a mark left on your skin after healing from an injury, including wound, burn, or sore. It is formed when the body creates new collagen fibers to mend the damage in the dermis (deep layer of the skin).

Scars are not harmful, but they can be unsightly and may cause discomfort, especially if they appear on the face and other visible parts of the body.



What Should I Prepare Before The Procedure?

Take pre-treatment medications as advised by the doctor during consultation.

Do not apply lotion, makeup, and other products on the scar and surrounding area on your treatment day.

Tell your doctor about any immediate health concerns.

What Should I Expect During The Procedure?

Procedures are similar to how chemical peel, laser resurfacing, and injection treatments are done.

What Should I Observe After The Procedure?

Your doctor will advise you on all activity restrictions, depending on the type of scar removal treatment that was performed. It is important to follow all instructions correctly to help maximize recovery and healing. Some deep scars, like keloid, may take a longer time to heal and show improvement in appearance following surgery.

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