Keloids After Abdominal Surgery
Excess production of collagen after abdominal surgery can lead to the formation of fibrous scars. Raised scar tissue on the abdomen is easily noticeable, leading to social discomfort for sufferers. People with darker pigmentation are more likely to experience keloids after abdominal surgery. They may feel reluctant to seek removal due to poor potential outcomes from treatment.
Dr. Kenrick Spence of the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center uses only the most advanced treatment options, including surgical excision to remove keloids combined with superficial radiation therapy which improves outcomes in patients with keloids. For many patients, the combination of precision surgery combined with the latest SRT-100+™ system offers greater than a 90% success rate when compared to traditional modalities offering between a 30-50% success rate.
Keloid Removal Treatment Plans
If you have undergone abdominal surgery and are left with the formation of a keloid Dr. Spence and his team would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in a consultation. A virtual consultation with the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center will allow you to discuss the potential treatment options for removing abdominal surgery keloids in Orlando. International guests, especially, are welcome to take advantage of a virtual consultation before committing to travel.
All treatment plans at the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center are individualized to improve outcomes for the patient. Abdominal surgery scars are removable in many cases, leaving patients with a flatter, less visible scar after treatment. We understand that patients may be apprehensive about undergoing further surgeries. Dr. Spence and his team are always on hand to offer further advice and guidance, allowing patients to play an active role in their own treatment plan.
Have you developed keloids or other complicated scars after abdominal surgery? If so, reach out to the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center today to find out more information about how we can help you with possible treatment options for your specific condition.