Keloid compression splints
A keloid is a fibrous, benign outgrowth of scar tissue following surgery, skin injury or burns.
Keloid compression splints are used to inhibit the proliferation of this outgrowth. They enclose the keloid and promote the regression of the keloid through the targeted application of pressure.
A keloid compression splint is a two-part splint consisting of two half-shells that fit exactly on the outer ear and are fixed in place by magnets.
The costs are generally covered by health insurance funds or institutions for statutory accident insurance and prevention/pension funds.
We also provide house call services to our patients within a radius of up to approx. 200 km from Berlin.