Long Beach, Los Angeles patient before and after his keloid cyst removal procedure performed by Dr. U.

Dr. U Surgically Removes Keloid Cyst From Patient’s Earlobe

This patient from Long Beach, Los Angeles sought help at the Dr. U Skin Clinic for eliminating a keloid cyst growth behind his right earlobe. The cluster of tissue had developed from a piercing and became quite large and noticeable. Due to treatment injections, an embedded cyst had developed within the keloid. Surgery was the…

The Manhattan Beach patient wanted to know how to get rid of keloids from ear piercings, and if she would be able to wear earrings again after the removal procedure. Dr. U addressed her concerns in an initial consultation and the "after" photo above shows that she can indeed wear earrings again.

Dr. U Repairs Split Earlobe Keloid for Manhattan Beach Patient

This patient from Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles had a rare combination of conditions affecting her earlobes. She had a tear and keloid combination on her left ear. Additionally, she on her right earlobe a keloid on the ear plate fold, and another on the back of the ear. She initially sought surgery from a Beverly…

A keloid in an earlobe piercing may be effectively removed through flap excision surgery. Here are before and after photos of this patient's procedure.

Surgical Removal of Keloid in Earlobe Piercing By Dr.U

Keloid tissue growth on the earlobe may often occur in individuals with dark skin tones who have ear piercings. This Brentwood, Los Angeles patient made the decision to have her ears pierced. Shortly afterward, a  keloid developed in the form of a large hard lump on the earlobe. Although she had received steroid injection treatments…

Results of Los Angeles, Hollywood Patient’s Surgery with Dr. Umar to Repair Split Earlobe

Results of Los Angeles, Hollywood Patient’s Surgery with Dr. Umar to Repair Split Earlobe: Ear piercings can stretch downward from the weight of earrings, damaging the lobe by creating a split. This can happen when heavy earrings are worn and the tissue tears, leaving a vertical split. This patient came to see Dr. Umar about her…

Flap excision surgery for keloids is an effective remedy

Flap Excision Surgery Corrected Earlobe Keloid for Santa Monica Patient

Flap Excision Surgery Corrected Earlobe Keloid: Keloids form when scarred tissue becomes excessive in a particular area. Individuals of African, Asian, and Latin descent are more susceptible to the condition. While there are many treatments available for keloids, few prove useful in the long run, which leaves individuals suffering and often uncomfortable in their skin.…