Scars and Scar Revision

Titus Adams employs surgical and non-surgical techniques to improve the appearance of both surgically-induced and trauma-induced skin scars.  The most common scars that Titus Adams deals with are Keloid scars after ear-piercing and hypertrophic scars following C-sectioning scarring.  These can all vary in their severity of scarring and photographic examples are below.

The treatment of scars can include:

  1. topical therapy with tape or silicone 
  2. steroid injection into the scar 
  3. surgical excision.  
  4. surgical excision and immediate radiotherapy exposure to the healing scar

Mr Adams will discuss the best treatment options for you during your consultation, and use photographs to illustrate these.

Before and After Gallery

22 year old lady, pre-op keloid scar to left earlobe following ear pirecing 22 year lady, post op excision, ear lobe reconstruction and radiotherapy at 6 months
Pre-op keloid scar in belly button and along C-Section scar Post-op excision of keloid scar in belly button and along C-Section scar. Two residual hypertrophic areas require treatment
Pre-op split ear lobe Post-op split ear lobe repair
Pre-op left upper ear keloid scar Post op excision of upper earlobe keloid scar
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“Recommendation after recommendation has put Adams firmly on the Cotswolds map (he has clinics in Berkshire and Oxfordshire). It’s partly down to his nature (he’s a wonderful conversationalist and has charisma in spades), but also his manner, which is thoughtful and careful. His forte? Womanly tummies, with curves in the right places. New mummies in particular love the way he recontours the waistline and creates the illusion of a lightly toned abdomen.”

“Titus Adams makes light work of postpartum tummies, slimming the silhouette and nipping in waists by pulling the underlying muscles tight, like a corset. ‘Though it’s best to leave some fat behind,’ he says. ‘It allows fluid to drain from the body, rather than building up in the tissues’. The fat he does take, however, is useful if there’s need to plump a deflated cleavage. And, because he’s chatty and approachable, smoothing over even the most awkward of questions (like ‘how do you wear your undergarments?’ – crucial, as it ensures the best positioning of scars), you feel at ease. You trust him.”

“Adams listens carefully & closely. And his results are truly top notch whether he is tidying things up after some impressive weight loss or putting you back together after the last baby. The key phrase is ‘preservation of tissues’, to retain a natural appearance.”