Treating Burns

We provide efficient and effective treatment for burns of various degrees. Whether it’s a first-degree burn from a hot surface, sunburn, or more severe second or third-degree burns caused by fire or chemicals, our skilled medical professionals are here to assist you.

Process of Treating Burns

Upon arrival, our trained staff will assess the burn’s size, depth, and location to determine the most appropriate course of action. We’ll clean the affected area thoroughly to prevent infection and relieve any pain that you may be experiencing. We may administer topical medications or prescribe painkillers to alleviate discomfort if necessary.

For minor burns, such as first-degree cases or smaller second-degree burns, we will apply bandages with specialized ointments that promote healing and protect against infection. Additionally, we offer expert advice on proper wound care techniques to accelerate the recovery process and minimize scarring.

Throughout the entire healing process, it is vital to manage pain adequately through pharmacological interventions if required while monitoring for signs of infection or complications like reduced mobility in certain areas due to contractures.

Burn Symptoms

Burns, also known as thermal injuries, occur when the skin is exposed to extreme heat sources such as fire, hot liquids, or electrical accidents. Recognizing the symptoms of burns is crucial for timely and appropriate treatment.

Redness and Blistering

This occurs due to damage to the skin’s layers from the extreme heat. The severity of the burn can be determined by the depth and size of these blisters.

Pain and Swelling

Pain results from damaged nerve endings sending signals to the brain, while swelling occurs due to an inflammatory response that helps protect the injured tissue. The degree of pain and swelling can vary depending on the severity of the burn.

Charring or Blackening

In more severe burns. This indicates extensive damage to deeper layers of tissues and should be given immediate medical attention.

Peeling or Shedding

Second-degree burns involve damage to deeper layers, leading to more extensive peeling and shedding. In these cases, large sections or even entire sheets of skin may detach from the affected area.


Signs of infection include increased pain, redness spreading from the burn site, discharge or pus formation, fever, chills, or general malaise. It is important to seek medical help if any signs of infection develop.

Taking a Holistic Approach to Burns

We prioritize patient comfort by offering comprehensive preventative and aftercare treatment that assist with wound healing, scar management, and pain control during recovery. We are here for you every step of the way – from initial assessment until full recovery – ensuring that you receive compassionate care backed by scientific expertise.

Contact Us For Treating Burns

If you or someone you know has suffered from burns, do not hesitate to contact us for expert treatment and care. We understand the seriousness of burn injuries and are committed to providing the best possible medical assistance.

Our trained professionals specialize in assessing and treating burns in Las Vegas of all degrees, from minor to severe. With years of experience and state-of-the-art facilities, we ensure comprehensive and effective care for burn victims.