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Ear Keloids in Atlanta, GA

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What Are Ear Keloids?

After an injury, scar tissue develops over the wound. In some cases, extra scar tissue develops and it forms a hard growth called a keloid. These raised growths are commonly found on the ears after an ear piercing and can be flesh-colored, pink, or even red. While they're not harmful, they can be unsightly, annoying, and may be the cause of embarrassment. At ENT Facial Plastics and Sleep Disorder Center, board-certified otolaryngologist/facial plastic surgeon Dr. B. Terry Seymour offers ear keloid removal for his Georgia patients. To learn more about how Dr. Seymour can diagnose and treat an ear keloid you may have, contact either our Atlanta or Lithonia, GA location today.

What are the benefits of keloid removal?

Ear keloids are often removed for cosmetic or functional reasons. Even though they are not harmful, they can be bothersome, and some people feel self-conscious about their appearance. Keloid removal may improve your ears and help reduce symptoms such as itching and pain. Dr. Seymour offers surgical and nonsurgical options for keloid removal so patients can choose the treatment that is right for their needs. Our goal is to create results that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also durable.

What Can I Expect from My Keloid Scar Removal?

There are a variety of keloid treatment options at ENT Facial Plastics and Sleep Disorder Center. Your treatment will begin with a one-on-one consultation where Dr. Seymour will review your ear keloid and discuss your concerns. He may have you try some at-home remedies to remove your keloid, like a moisturizing oil, that could help shrink and remove the keloid over time. However, we can also suggest some in-office treatments that may be more effective, including silicone pads, pressure dressings, and injections. In some cases, surgery may be the best course of action to remove the keloid. Typically in these cases, Dr. Seymour will perform cryotherapy or the practice of freezing the keloid off using liquid nitrogen. For some, laser treatment may be necessary to create a smooth and toned appearance once the keloid is gone.

Ear keloid removal FAQs

What are the symptoms of ear keloids?

A keloid develops when scar tissue builds up and grows excessively around a wound or injury. Even though they are not cancerous, they can be unsightly and cause discomfort. Other common symptoms of an ear keloid include redness, itching, and a burning sensation. We encourage patients to call ENT Facial Plastics and Sleep Disorder Center for a keloid assessment.

Does ear keloid removal hurt?

Dr. Seymour offers many different ways to manage ear keloids depending on the size and severity of each case. In-office treatments, cryotherapy, laser treatment, and surgery are all options that will be discussed during a consultation. Many patients report little to no pain during and after the ear keloid removal process.

Why choose us for ear keloid removal?

We understand the physical and emotional toll that ear keloids can take on a person. Our team members in Atlanta and Lithonia, GA, are experts in the field of keloid removal. We have successfully treated countless patients with this condition and can offer the best possible care. Learn how we help you regain your appearance and confidence here.

Remove Keloid Scars

If you have a keloid scar on your ear that causes embarrassment, makes it difficult to wear earrings, or is just bothersome, keloid scar treatment at ENT Facial Plastics and Sleep Disorder Center may be a great solution. While there are various treatment methods for keloids, including at-home removal and more, board-certified otolaryngologist/facial plastic surgeon Dr. B. Terry Seymour will help you understand your options for keloid scar removal. For more information, contact Dr. Seymour at either his Atlanta or Lithonia, GA location.

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