I have written a paper on repiercing after keloid surgery treatment and believe that it is feasible provided certain conditions are met.
Can I Still Get my Ears Pierced After Keloid Treatment?
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Repiercing after keloid surgery of the earlobe
Repiercing of earlobes following treatment for keloids is not a prudent choice
If you have previously been treated for keloids of the earlobes, it would be very imprudent (DUMB!) to have them repierced. The incidence of recurrence of keloids of the earlobes with repiercing may not be exactly 100% but it is extremely high - and not worth the attendant risks. It would be far more advisable to use clip on earrings if you must.
Repiercing after keloid of earlobe
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If you have already had keloids removed, I would put your chances of getting another keloid after getting your ears pierced at greater than 75% chance. Clip ons would be a better and safer alternative.
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I am assuming that your keloids were on the earlobe and were from previous piercing. So, given that you know how your body can react to piercing, WHY would you want to do it again?? Go with clip-ons!
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This is a risky procedure in a patient with true keloids. I say true keloids because hypertrophic scars, secondary to metal reactions, is a frequent cause and commonly confused with keloids.
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