Hypertrophic scars and keloid treatment nyc new york ny

You must first distinguish between hypertrophic scars and keloids. The former generally tend to grow for up to two years but then mprove over time after that. Keloids tend to exhibit continuous growth. Hypertrophic scars are commonly associated with wounds that exhibit delayed healing: tissue loss, healing by secondary intention, third degree (full thickness burns), etc. IF your scars are hyperftophic, they will tendi to resolve. However, interventions which have been recommended