Care for Facial Keloids and Scars
Many people live with keloids, a type of raised scar caused by cuts, burns or severe acne. Unlike a common scar, a keloid usually grows much larger than the original wound.
Keloid scars or other scars on your face can impact your quality of life by affecting your appearance and ability to move your face normally. Fortunately, both are very treatable. Our team of experts uses the latest medical and surgical therapies to help reduce the appearance of keloid scars and other common facial scars.
Why Choose Us to Manage Keloids and Common Scars
We put you at the center of your care and personalize treatments to meet your needs.
You benefit from world-class physicians who work closely together to deliver the best possible care.
If keloid scars affect more than your appearance, such as your ability to eat or speak normally, we offer other services like speech therapy to help you fully recover.
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