Dr. Niteen Dhepe
Best Keloid Specialist in Pune
A keloid scar is an inflated, elevated scar that can appear pink, red, skin or darker than the surrounding skin. Keloid scarring is theorized to be caused by an overproduction of scar tissue. Keloid scarring can emerge even after the most minimal types of skin injury, such as acne spots, piercings, or tiny cuts. Keloid scarring can extend far beyond the original site of skin damage, also appear long after the incident, and continue for years if left untreated.
Keloid scars are more frequent on the upper chest, stomach, shoulders, jaw lines, and ear, which can make a person feel self-conscious and want to get rid of them because they appear in more visible areas of the body.
Causes of Keloid Scars
- Acne scars
- Insect bites
- Surgical incision sites
Expert in Keloid Scar Treatment
Dr. Niteen Dhepe is a board-certified senior dermatologist in Pune with broad laser skin treatment experience. He is a pioneer in the use of lasers and other energy-based technologies in India. He has discovered numerous unique methods for applying laser energy on the skin. His colleagues call him The Laser Man of Indian Dermatology.
Dr. Dhepe was the first in India to utilize Ultrapulse SCAAR FX technology. He has designed his own techniques for treating scars with fractional CO2 laser and other techniques. He has also created his '5-tier technique' for acne scar treatment. He discovered the concept of 'vertical subcision' using lasers. He has developed a completely new approach to classifying laser-curable scars and scar-like diseases. His creative work has been used in numerous chapters of various publications. Dr. Dhepe is now known as a scar authority, having pioneered the laser scar therapy sub-specialty.
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Cryotherapy is one of the effective modality for keloid therapy.
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Keloids can keep expanding for weeks, months, or even years. They ultimately cease growing, but without treatment, they do not go away. As was already noted, keloids can come back after being removed.