How to Stop the Recurrence of Keloid Scars with SRT Treatment

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Have your patients tried surgical methods of keloid removal, only to find that the keloid scar
returns stronger than ever after the operation?

Keloid scars are often very difficult to treat, because surgery can send the wrong signals to the
skin to restart the wound healing process. This mix-up can lead to a keloid scar that was bigger
than the original.

How to Stop the Recurrence of Keloid Scars

Sensus Healthcare offers a non-surgical solution for keloid scar removal that has proven to stop
the recurrence of keloid scars after surgical removal with a success rate of over 90%.

For the nearly 18 million people struck with keloid scars, the SRT-100™ offers a new source of
hope and confidence. No longer do your patients need to suffer through the pain and itchiness
of the raised scarring.

No longer do those whose ethnicity makes them more genetically prone to keloids have to
continue living with embarrassing scars, because now there’s a keloid treatment option that
actually works.

The SRT-100™ delivers a precise, calibrated dose of Superficial Radiation Therapy that only
penetrates the uppermost layers of skin, safely destroying the cells that form keloids – and
keeping the skin smooth as the incision heals.

This treatment is performed with no pain, no cutting, no downtime, and no scarring. Patients
can continue on with their lives with virtually no interruption. Typically, patients undergo a
series of short treatments over a span of a few weeks to successfully remove a keloid scar
following surgical excision.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the SRT-100™ to treat keloids cause by
both surgery or injury. Are you interested in acquiring the SRT-100™ for your hospital or office?
Contact Sensus Healthcare today to learn more about our unrivaled efficacy in the treatment of
keloid scars.

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