Keloid Treatment

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How to treat Keloid ...

        Keloid treatment depends on the location and discomfort associated with the keloid. For virtually all kinds of keloids, the surgery is not recommended, the recurrence or aggravation are very often.
Try some of this:

1. Repeated cryotherapy;
2. Injection of a corticosteroid (caution in children or adolescents, may atrophy or striae peri-lesional);
3. Wear cotton and quality clothing, dressing;
4. Kneading massage for a few minutes a day;
5. Flexible plates maintained 24/24 by silicone adhesive;

In conclusion, it is important to be informed, as a patient, of the risk that represents a Keloidal Scar surgery. It is highly unpredictable, despite the technical quality of the surgical gesture.

       There are some keloid home treatments that are known to make a difference. Salt water somethimes cures better than the mere physical serum. Salt water from the sea is a very good keloid remedy or Keloid treatment... Then comes a whole range of creams, antibiotics, antiseptics, etc ... who can work, but not for everyone ... For this, consult your doctor to clarify what you can actually use and will not affect you in other negative ways.

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What are the current solutions to prevent the formation of a hypertrophic scar or Keloidal Scar or obtain a favorable evolution of it?

I. Prevent by :

* Applying a moisturizer to maintain the flexibility of the skin, reduce redness and vascularization.
* Massage-kneading to break the fibrosis of the scar.
* Pressure clothes made to measure (wear at least 12 hours a day for 1 year. This technique is effective, however uncomfortable and particularly burdensome especially when hot.
* Applications of silicon films

For silicon plates, the mechanism most often mentioned is the hydration of the skin through the occlusivity. This moisture in turn reduces production of collagen in the scar and therefore less risk of hypertrophy. The application of a silicone dressing also reduces itchiness.
This technique can be used when the scar is hypertrophic or for keloidal scars.

II. When the scar is already painful:

* Surgical excision or laser (The risks of recurrence is an important cause of the development of hypertrophic scar);
* Corticosteroid injection within the scar (it is usually quite painful and the use of steroids may not be recommended in some patients;
* Applications of silicon films;

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