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Keloid Scarring

What is a keloid scar?

A raised and enlarged benign growth which grows outwards on the skin and is usually pink or darker than the surrounding skin. The reason why keloids occur is usually due to minor damage to the skin. As you can see in the images above, ear piercings often cause keloid scarring.


Keloid scarring treatment at The Lawrence Clinic:

Dr Wright offers FREE consultations and surgical removal of keloid scars.

Before your procedure:

  • The Yorkshire Skin Hospital is an Outpatient facility, meaning surgical procedures do not last for more than one hour.
  • Patients do not require a hospital bed, therefore, you are discharged home following a short recovery.
  • All procedures are undertaken under local anaesthesia, making your recovery much quicker and far less of a risk compared to general anaesthesia.
  • For those patients who are a little nervous, we can perform your procedure under light sedation.
  • We offer treatment for those patients under 18 years of age.
  • We provide all our patients with a free 24 hour on-call services following your procedure.

After your procedure:

  • You will be given verbal advice on how to look after your wound, dressings and bathing.
  • If advised, your lesion will be sent to our Histology lab and a report prepared.
  • We advise that you do not drive following your procedure and be accompanied home.
  • An appointment will be arranged for your post-operative follow up and removal of sutures if required.


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