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The market for scar and striae treatments is broad and deep.

Chances are that most of your current and prospective patients have scars, stretch marks, or both.1,2

Icon illustrating the 95% of acne patients who may be affected by scarring.


of acne patients may be affected by scarring5

Icon illustrating the 90% percent of women who have developed stretch marks on their breasts and/or abdomen by the third trimester.


of all pregnant women develop stretch marks either on their breasts and/or abdomen by the third trimester6

Icon illustrating the 17 million patients who receive scar treatments each year.

~ 17 million

patients receive scar treatments per year3,4

Top Considerations

Ask these vital questions before you invest in any device.

Will the device yield a strong return on your investment by:

  • Delivering consistent, superior performance?
  • Enabling you to treat a broad range of skin types?
  • Maximising the number of spot sizes you can treat? 
  • Providing a comfortable treatment for your patients? 
  • Enhancing productivity with a user-friendly, intuitive interface?
  • Offering the versatility to treat a wide range of indications in addition to scars and striae?

Top Considerations

Ask these vital questions before you invest in any device.

Can you count on the manufacturer to:

  • Provide a highly recognised brand that will enhance your practice?
  • Demonstrate a track record of proven science, real results, and well-earned trust?
  • Deliver outstanding service and support by highly trained technicians?
  • Be your constant source for innovative, gold standard solutions? 
  • Help you stay abreast of the latest technology and industry thought leadership? 
  • Furnish robust, effective, on-site clinical training?
  • Supply patient-friendly marketing materials to help your practice grow?
  • Be there for you as your trusted partner, now and in the future?

Could reducing scars and striae help increase your practice’s revenues?


  1. Gauglitz GG, Korting HC, Pavicic T, et al. Hypertrophic Scarring and Keloids: Pathomechanisms and Current and Emerging Treatment Strategies. Mol Med. 2011 Jan-Feb; 17(1-2): 113–125. Available at: 
  2. Stretch marks getting under your skin? CBS News. 4 March 2009. Available at: 
  3. 2013 U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, June 2014 
  4. Internal Syneron Candela Estimation 
  5. Gozali MV, Zhou B. Effective treatments of atrophic acne scars. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2015 May; 8(5): 33–40. Available at: 
  6. Korgavkar, K; Wang, F (March 2015). "Stretch marks during pregnancy: a review of topical prevention". The British Journal of Dermatology. 172 (3): 606–15.