Is this a burn?

The.king.midas

New Member
Hi so I'm new to this forum, and I've had my chameleon for only two months now, but I've noticed this black/grayish area on his crest and head, and I've been told it could be completely normal or a burn, and I wanted to get some other opinions
 

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LaurenWads30

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I believe my chameleon is burned on her back. I uploaded some pictures. Is the tissue necrotic or infected? I’ve been using some silvadene cream from Walgreens and it looks like it is getting better but I can’t tell.
 

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LaurenWads30

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I believe my chameleon is burned on her back. I uploaded some pictures. Is the tissue necrotic or infected? I’ve been using some silvadene cream from Walgreens and it looks like it is getting better but I can’t tell.
 

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LaurenWads30

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Here are more pictures.
 

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Brodybreaux25

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That is one of the most common place for them to get burnt, it doesn’t look infected to me.

However @LaurenWads30 you need to start your own thread. You will get way more responses from seasoned veterans that way.
 
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