Zak: I’m assuming that this message is meant for me, since I had the double incision procedure that produces more prominent scars and Adrian had the peri/keyhole procedure that has significantly less scarring. Anyway, I made a video about my surgery results last month on my personal channel. It’s tough to know what your own scarring would look like compared to other people, though, even if you go to the same surgeon. I know another guy who had surgery with Dr. Garramone the same day as me and his scars are significantly more faded than mine. My body just scars badly, also I did too much too soon after surgery and stretched my scars a little bit. There’s also a lot you can do to care for your scars and minimize their appearance, which can really affect the way your scars look. Regardless of these factors, though, the vast majority of people who get the DI have obvious scarring for at least the first few years post-op. Ryan Sallans is several years post-op and has an excellent photographic timeline of his healing and scars. Even though his scars are barely noticeable now, you can see in his pictures that it took a long time for them to fade. Some people have noticeable scars forever. So, yeah, it’s a bit of a gamble.