Keloids are raised fibrotic scars that spread beyond the edges of the initial wound, whereas hypertrophic scars are confined to the edges of the wound. Hypertrophic scars generally appear within a month of the initial inflammation, while keloids can take three months, or even years, to develop.
The treatment uses pneumatic acceleration and a jet of a healing compound that penetrates the epidermis through a miniscule entry point, allowing it to spread and disperse throughout the dermis.
The accelerated impact of the solution breaks up the fibrotic keloid tissue from the inside, releasing deep scar adhesions from the underlying structures and initiating a normal, natural healing process.
The innovative mechanism that penetrates the scar tissue to its internal structure has shown a high rate of success over time. This ideal treatment produces fast results, with minimal discomfort.