There are some marks that life leaves on you that are visible and some marks that are invisible. Both have a certain depth in your existence that represents some important event or happening. You surviving an accident, or a burn or even a cut can leave a scar that means more to you than it looks. But one thing about scars is that they eventually fade away or subside over time. What do you do about those internal or external scars that tend to do the opposite? Grow without any stopping them? What do you do about Keloids?
A growing concern, keloids are termed to be ongoing scars that are tough to get rid when left on its own. It forms a heap or uplifted mountain of scar skin that obviously is clearly visible as separate from the normal skin. They are a result of slight inflammation of non-healable injured skin, surgery scars, acne pimples, burns and piercings. If you are experiencing a somewhat painful, itchy, raised, pink to red dome shaped area of skin, then you may be a victim of keloids. It is what doctors explain as a change in cellular functionality signals leading to unstable growth which is not triggered in specific ethnicities, cultures or age groups of any kind, deeming that they are random cell instabilities.
More likely to form on dark skinned people and of ages 10 to 30 years old, Keloids has no fixed time of show and is not contagious. Nevertheless, it causes much trouble. The damage done by keloid scars is not just on the external skin; it also damages internal self-confidence and forces you to be embarrassed by the whole ordeal. This is why people are more than willing to get rid of keloid scars, to be satisfies emotionally. The fact is since it is a random sell disturbance, you can’t avoid keloids but you can save your skin from experiences of cut, burn and wound’s.
But where there is a will, there is a way. Now experts have come up with many removal tips and treatments that can help you stay keloid free. Taking the decision to remove or treat your keloid is not a necessary one in all cases but in some cases precautions and actions are required. It gravely depends upon the location of the scar, the irritation resulting of it, chronically irritation, post surgery trauma, and sensitivity of the skin.
Keloid scar Removal may or may not have to be conducted at an early stage because it is not contagious or cancer-like. But it is practical and smart to take care of such problems at once, to avoid further growth and spreading due to the fact that it affects the healthy tissue around the initial scarred tissue also. First of all, experts suggest people who have suffered from keloids before should definitely avoid taking part of any skin surgeries or skin procedures such as tattoos or piercings at all! Then secondly, as soon as possible, get your keloid treated by a certified doctor.
There are certain treatments for Keloid Scar Removal and that help remove the scarred tissue and help trigger its healing to match the surrounding skin color to get back to normally living about your lives fastest! It’s up to you and the doctor to decide what treatment suits you from the options of Cortisone injections, possible surgery, laser treatment, silicone sheet technique, cryotherapy, interferon, fluorouracil injections and radiation.