Keloids are a problem that occurs with healing tissues, in which extra fibrous tissue forms during healing. Keloids occur commonly in dark skinned individuals, especially of African origin. Hence it was no surprise that the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs described them in the second millennium BC. Modern scientific analysis of keloids was started by Aibert in 1807, and since then, plastic surgeons worldwide have found Keloid Treatment and Eradication to be a major problem.
The trigger that initiates Keloid formation is the healing process after injury. Injuries resulting from inflammation, burns, trauma, or even surgery heal with keloids in genetically predisposed individuals. Apparently, there is a genetic element in keloid formation, although the exact genetic map is still unraveling. The affected patient has an abnormality in a cell found all over the body, that is called a fibroblast. That fibroblast divides rapidly and secretes excessive amount of fibrous tissue. This when coupled with deficient degradation of excess fibrous tissue, lead to Keloid formation.
Keloids are basically different from hypertrophic scars. It is important to differentiate between both conditions since hypertrophic scars are self-limiting and tend to regress by time. There are several clinical ways to differentiate between both conditions. In keloids, excessive scar tissue beyond the confines of the original lesion, does not regress over time, and tends to recur following superficial removal.
Patients with keloids usually suffer from pain, itching, or restriction of motion. However the commonest reason for them to seek treatment is for cosmetic reasons.
For the past 20 years, Dr. Wilson has examined hundreds of patients with Keloids. He found that none of the available treatments were effective in curing this stubborn problem. Hence, he started his research into devising newer more effective treatment methods to treat that persistent condition. After years of research and hard work, he innovated a new technique that he improvised and published worldwide. This technique involves removal of the keloid first by surgery. Then a single injection of 5-Fluorouracil and Botulinum toxin is applied to the affected area. The marvelous effect of this technique is not only in its simplicity, but also in its unparalleled efficacy. He found that the recurrence rates were less than 4%. This technique has caused a breakthrough in the treatment of keloids. This novel treatment was published by Dr. Wilson in Canada in June 2013.
The unique technique used by Dr Wilson for treatment and eradication of Keloids is the first treatment that cures this condition, with a 96% success rate. He used it on patients from Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Senegal, Sudan, , Uganda and Central Africa, and many African Americans and British citizens. He also used it successfully on patients from Jamaica, Haiti, and other Caribbean nations. The amazing results prove that the unique technique of Prof Wilson successfully cures Keloids.
Professor Wilson believes that affordable cost plastic surgery is the right of every individual. He will never allow financial restraints to prevent you getting rid of your unsightly keloids. However, many factors affect the cost of keloid treatment, including the site of keloid, dimensions of the keloid, type of skin, and other factors. After the consultation, the patient coordinator will offer you an affordable price quote.