Keloid scars

Keloid scars and hypertrophic scars are formed when the healing process becomes disorganized and tissue grows outside the edge of the injury, or unnaturally thickens. The results can be devastating for patients. This type of scarring can be difficult to treat because any further trauma at the injury/scar site can make the scar worse as the body’s injury response continues to over compensate.
We can effectively reduce and diminish the appearance of keloid or hypertrophic scarring by injecting the tissue with steroids and sometimes frezzing with the cyroprobe. This will require a series of treatments but good results can be obtained.

Injections with Dr Charlson are £250 for first treatment and consultation , subsequent treatments are £150