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Keloids

What is Keloids?

A keloid is a raised scar and occurs after a wound has healed. Unlike a traditional scar, a keloid is raised and can grow much larger than the wound. Keloids can occur anywhere on the body and there is not a non-surgical treatment for removal. If you have an unsightly keloid that you would like to have removed, Please contact us at the location nearest you.

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