Keloid Removal Near Miami
The last thing you expect to happen when you get your ears pierced or a tattoo is an overgrowth of scar tissue. Unfortunately, this happens to millions of people worldwide every year. Keloids can lead to feelings of embarrassment when they spoil your appearance. Fortunately, residents of the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area can depend on Dr. Kenrick Spence of the Hillcrest Plastic Surgery. He has the expertise and skill to effectively treat and remove keloids, restoring your skin to a more natural look.
Effective keloid treatment and removal requires skill and expertise. Dr. Spence is one of the United States’ renowned plastic surgeons and is an authority in the field of cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgery. Patients throughout the world have experienced his specialized treatments for keloids and their appearance improved as a result. You can take advantage of a virtual consultation with Dr. Spence. Find out for yourself how his treatment and removal of keloids can change your life. With removal, you can increase your self-confidence and restoring your skin’s healthy appearance.
Keloid Scar Removal Treatment
Any type of injury to the skin that can cause a scar can also cause a keloid to develop. Effective removal of this fibrous deposit of extra skin takes skill and expert knowledge. With more than a 90% success rate in the treatment and removal of keloid tissue, Dr. Kenrick Spence has the expert skills needed to restore your skin to a more natural appearance. He uses cutting edge techniques and technology along with his abilities to perform precise surgery to provide optimal results in the treatment and removal of keloids.
Keloids can form anywhere on the body where the skin has been injured. It is common for young women to develop keloids after having their ears pierced. Some people have had them develop after getting a tattoo or even a simple vaccination. When keloids appear on the face, hands or neck, they can cause a person to lose self-confidence, become self-conscious and embarrassed.
In addition to the negative emotional and psychological effects keloids can have on a person, they can also cause discomfort. Keloids can cause itching and tightness. Depending on the size and location, they can limit the range of motion in some cases. In such instances, treatment and removal may be recommended. Precise surgery and superficial radiotherapy (SRT 100+™) provide optimal results, and Dr. Spence has the experience as well as the expertise necessary to produce the desired outcome.
Dr. Spence and his team are known for their high success rates for keloid treatment and removal. They use various highly effective modalities to ensure the best results for each patient. Your needs are evaluated during an in-office or virtual consultation with Dr. Spence. He then will develop an appropriate treatment plan customized for you. Among the options presented may be the use of superficial radiotherapy (SRT 100+™), which is a pain-free, non-invasive procedure. This is often used in combination with surgery to ensure optimal results.
What You Need to Know About Keloids
Keloids may look unappealing, but they do not affect your health. Anyone can get keloids, although some people seem to have a higher risk of developing them. Individuals with darker skin are 15 to 20 times more likely to develop keloids, especially if someone in their immediate family has them. Genetics seem to play a role.
Men and women develop keloids at about the same rate. Age may be a factor, since they usually develop in people under the age of 30. Many young women who get their ears pierced may have keloids develop.
Keloids develop slowly over time. You may not notice any signs of development for months after the original injury to the skin. Once you notice the beginning signs, the keloid will continue to grow for weeks or months. Some keloids grow slowly for years.
If you have unsightly keloids that you would like treated and removed, contact Dr. Spence. Schedule a virtual or in-office consultation to find out more about your options for effective treatment and removal of keloids.