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Keloids are large, raised scars. When the skin is healing, it normally forms a scar which heals completely. But in some individuals who are prone to developing keloids, (we call it a keloidal tendency), their skin heals with excess scar tissue formation, leading to raised, painful scars.

These may not always be preventable, but they are treatable, and their size, thickness, itchiness and recurrence can be reduced and controlled.

We use a multimodality approach to treat keloids, including intralesional injections, botox, lasers and surgery.

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