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The London Keloid Scar Clinic, located in Harley Street in London, specialises in keloid and scar removals with effective, long-term results.
Keloids are enlarged, raised scars that can develop after the skin experiences minor damage such as that caused by acne or piercings. Keloids are usually painless, but can often cause tenderness, itchiness, or limited movement if they’re located on a joint.
Many treatments for keloids can make the scarring worse and cause further discomfort. The London Keloid Scar Clinic deploys industry-leading expertise and an armoury of state-of-the-art treatments to effectively treat keloids without the typical discomfort.
The clinic’s trained team of doctors, dermatologists, and laser experts deliver safe and professional keloid treatments that are both medically proven and carry CE/FDA approval. Treatments, such as steroid injections, laser or IPL treatments, keloid surgical removal, chemotherapy and compression therapy, can either be used alone or in combination.
Medical director and aesthetic dermatologist, Dr Salina Johnson said: ‘Treating keloid scars is an exact science that needs to be conducted by specialists.
Some standard treatments can make the situation worse.
Here at The London Keloid Scar Clinic we’ve conducted extensive research into the correct treatment of scars. We’re able to ensure that our clients receive the most effective and safe treatments to surgically remove keloid scars by excision or shaving methods and prevent them from reoccurring with a course of steroid injections, chemotherapy and compression therapy.’
The medical director of the clinic, Dr Salina Johnson, is armed with over 20 years of experience and has helped over 5,000 patients reduce, and even permanently remove their scars.
Dr Johnson and her team don’t adopt a one-size-fits-all approach and invite all patients to a free pre-treatment consultation to examine their scarring and discuss a bespoke course of treatment.
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