When a wound heals, sometimes the body might develop abnormal tissues in the form of keloids, hypertrophic scars, or scar contractures. The most common treatment is to administer an Intralesional Injection to deliver medicine into the skin lesion. At Bega Medical Centre, our team of experienced doctors will provide you with the best service and treatment for your health, skin or mental condition.
For an appointment with us, please call us on 02 4476 5588
Keloids, Scars, and Contractures result when abnormal tissues develop during wound healing, causing skin lesions. Scar contractures result from large open wounds, hypertrophic scars are a result of an abnormal response to injury or trauma, and keloids begin as hypertrophic scars and eventually extend to other areas.
Intralesional Injections have been used as treatment for skin conditions such as vitiligo, alopecia, and psoriasis and to treat issues such as hypertrophic scars, keloids, and contractures.
An Intralesional Injection is considered the standard treatment for most skin conditions. It is designed to deliver a specific concentration of a specific medicine to the area where the skin lesion is found. The aim is to promote healing without harmful side effects. Corticosteroids like triamcinolone acetonide are commonly used in Intralesional injections. The dosage will be determined by your doctor, taking into careful consideration factors such as the type, location, and size of the lesion.
If you have a Keloid, Scar or Contracture that you want to treat, get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to come up with a personalised treatment plan for you. Our doctors are highly experienced and skilled, will take all the relevant factors into consideration and provide you with the best treatment option for optimal results. To book a consultation with us, please call us on the number below.
Call us on 0244765588