Hypertrophic Scars After Secondary Intention Wound Healing
Hypertrophic scars may form after second intention wound healing, which requires leaving a wound open to heal naturally. This may occur when a wound is either not treated or second intention is the preferred technique for treating the wound. In all cases, hypertrophic scars after second intention wound healing can result in the injured party suffering a significant loss of confidence due to the appearance of highly visible scar tissue.
Dr. Kenrick Spence of the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center specializes in the treatment of hypertrophic scars after secondary intention wound healing. He and his team can provide a virtual or in office consultation for patients who are considering seeking treatment to correct these unsightly scars. An important part of a consultation involves potential treatment options available from the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center.
Secondary Intentional Wound Healing Specialist
Patients who trust their care to Dr. Kenrick Spence gain access to an accomplished plastic surgeon with over two decades of experience in advanced treatment techniques and modalities. If you have significant hypertrophic scarring as the result of secondary intention wound healing, individualized treatment is available from the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center.
We have a range of suitable treatments for addressing even the most complex hypertrophic scars after secondary intention wound healing at our Orlando office. You are invited to consult with Dr. Spence or a member of his team at your earliest convenience. This is the first step towards effective treatment and recovery after a serious injury. For the highest level of care anywhere in the world, you can trust in the specialized skills and talents of Dr. Kenrick Spence.
Contact the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center for advice today if you have secondary intention wound healing scars that are raised or highly visible.