Wound or Ulcer Types
For most people, antibiotic ointment and a bandage is all that is needed to heal a wound. However, our wound care specialists in Plano, Irving, and Lewisville understand that common health problems like diabetes, infection or disease leave many people suffering from wounds that will not heal. Facing a non-healing wound or ulcer can be a serious health risk.
Understanding Non-Healing Wounds
Fortunately, the medical field has increased its understanding of the types and causes of slow-healing wounds. Our wound care doctors also know more today about the body’s ability to heal itself, leading to many advances in the area of wound care. The team at DFW Wound Care Center has years of experience in managing and treating a wide variety of non-healing wounds.
Types of Non-Healing Wounds and Ulcers
If you are currently experiencing a wound or ulcer that will not heal, the best thing you, your family or your support group can do is to learn as much as you can about your wound and get expert advice about available wound treatments.
- Diabetic Wounds & Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
- Arterial Ulcers
- Infected Wounds
- Ingrown Toenail
- Vascular Wounds
- Surgical Wounds
- Acute Wounds
- Chronic Wounds
- Open Wounds
Schedule an Appointment Right Away
DFW Wound Care Center is currently seeing new patients at any of our conveniently located clinics. To schedule a visit with our wound care team, call our Plano clinic at 972-665-6292, Irving at 972-607-9643 or our Lewisville clinic at 972-318-2383. You can also use our convenient online form.