1. How can I find out what type of scars I have?

Scars are usually classified into three main categories: Atrophic, Hypertrophic and Keloid. Yet there are diverse scare types within these three categories, as well. For a precise scar diagnosis, we recommend consulting with a qualified physician.

2. Can scars have a negative effect on my life and lifestyle?

Severe scarring can hamper physical movement and abilities. In addition, scarring can also have an overwhelming emotional and psychological effect. Many scar patients are extremely self-conscious about their physical appearance, and some severe scar patients find it difficult to conduct an active social life.

3. How can I treat my scars?

There are many scar treatment methods currently employed by medical professionals. These include surgery, laser treatment, radio frequency therapy, pressure garments, cryotherapy steroids and more. Some of these methods are used simultaneously. Treatment is determined based on a variety of factors, from scar severity, age, type and cause to patient characteristics such as age, sex, skin tone and more. In order to determine the treatment right for you, we recommend consulting with a qualified physician. To learn more about UltraPulse therapy, click here.

4. Where do I find a treatment provider?

There a many qualified physicians specializing in scar treatment all over the world. To locate a qualified physician near you, please refer to our physician finder.

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5. Who is suitable for scar treatment?

If you suffer from scars, then you are most likely suitable for scar treatment. Treatment depends on a variety of factors. Some treatments are superficial, while some are more complicated and lengthy. The treatment plan is based on scar and patient diagnosis.

6. Does scar treatment really work?

Today’s medical world offers extremely effective treatment for scars, and the results can greatly improve your lifestyle. If you suffer from scars and are unsure about treatment, or have tried treatment that has not been effective, you can reach out to us here, and we’ll try to refer you to a qualified physician.