Solomon McCalla was working at Walmart when a couple from West Palm Beach noticed his disfigured ears. Little did McCalla know that the couple was about to change his life.
McCalla suffered from keloids - an abundant growth of scar tissue - which had caused his earlobes to become enlarged with scars. His condition was a complication of trying to get his ears pierced.
Keloid scars develop when scar tissue grows abnormally. They consist of smooth, hard growths which proliferate beyond the boundaries of the initial wound and are much more obvious than typical scarring. Keloids don’t fade or get smaller over time.
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