Superficial Radiation Therapy (SRT) can also be used to treat non-melanoma skin cancer. For those that are using SRT to treat skin cancer, this treatment is non-invasive. As this treatment is non-invasive, patients should expect no downtime or change in daily routine. After a series of treatments with Superficial Radiation Therapy, 98% of non-melanoma skin cancer patients reported to be fully treated. Contact us today to if you are in Toccoa, GA and would like to be treated with SRT for keloid and skin cancer treatment.
Keloid treatment can be elusive. However, when treatment is combined with Superficial Radiation Therapy, the results are amazing! When a keloid is surgically removed, the area is then treated with Superficial Radiation Therapy. By doing this, the chances of the keloids coming back are very slim. In fact, around 94% of patients reported seeing a drastic decrease in keloid scarring after treatment.