Minor Burn Treatment

Top-Notch Minor Burn Treatment Available on a Walk-In Basis in Chestnut Hill, MA

A medical professional sits across from a patient who holds their hand that has been wrapped after a minor burnWhether from a stove, a hair tool, or anything else, minor burns can happen—and they typically do so when you least expect it. What you can expect, though, is to receive outstanding minor burn treatment from the experts at PhysicianOne Urgent Care. Our Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, location is open during extended hours every day of the year, making high-quality care easier to receive when it’s needed most.

How Long Does It Take for a Minor Burn to Heal?

Like with most non-emergency injuries, the healing time for a minor burn can vary from patient to patient. With proper treatment, though, a first-degree burn can heal in just a few days to a few weeks. If you’re wondering when a minor burn is severe enough to seek medical treatment from an urgent care center like PhysicianOne, it would be when you notice the following signs:

  • Oozing fluid from the burn site
  • A fever that accompanies the burn
  • Your burn is at least 3 inches in diameter

Additionally, you should also seek treatment as quickly as possible if the burn is located on your feet, hands, groin, face, buttocks, or a major joint. Things to avoid after a minor burn occurs include:

  • Applying ice to the wound – This can cause further damage to the skin.
  • Breaking blisters that appear – This can increase your chances of developing an infection.
  • Applying butter, egg whites, ointments, or other home remedies to the burn – This can promote infection.

Walk In for the Reliable Minor Burn Care You Need

Instead of attempting to take things into your own hands, get the high-quality minor burn treatment you need to heal properly by turning to the professionals at PhysicianOne Urgent Care. Come into our Chestnut Hill center today, or feel free to request a Virtual Visit. If you have any questions about our minor burn care or other treatment services, give our friendly team a call at 860-650-3848.

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