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Acne Treatment

Acne is one of the most common skin complaints in teenagers and adults. Depending on the patient and extent of acne, treatments include topicals and various oral options including isotretinoin (commonly known as Accutane). The most important aspect of acne treatment is scar prevention so it’s vital to see a board-certified dermatologist as soon as possible and learn about which treatment option is best for you. You can contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out more about our Acne Treatment options.

Millions of individuals throughout the world suffer with acne, including teenagers and adults. Acne includes pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads that can appear on the face, chest, back, and other parts of the body. Depending on the patient and extent of acne, treatments include topicals and various oral options including isotretinoin (commonly known as Accutane). Light therapy, topical or oral drugs, and lifestyle changes like dietary changes and proper skincare routines are all possible acne treatments. Patient satisfaction and safety is our top priority at our practice.

For the best outcomes, our Board-Certified Dermatologist will work with you to choose the best course of action for your particular needs. The most important aspect of acne treatment is scar prevention so it’s vital to see a Board-Certified Dermatologist as soon as possible and learn about which treatment option is best for you. You can Contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out more about our Acne Treatment options.

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    FAQ's

    Acne Treatment – Frequently Asked Questions

    Acne is caused by a combination of factors, including excess oil production, clogged pores, bacteria, and inflammation. Hormonal changes, certain medications, and genetics can also contribute to acne development.

    Acne can be treated with topical or oral medications, such as retinoids, antibiotics, or hormonal therapies. Lifestyle modifications, such as avoiding certain foods or reducing stress, may also help improve acne.

    If over-the-counter acne products are not improving your acne or you have severe acne, it is recommended to see a dermatologist. Dermatologists can provide more targeted and effective treatments for acne, as well as help prevent scarring.

    Yes, acne scars can be treated with a variety of treatments, including chemical peels, laser therapy, microneedling, and fillers. The type of treatment will depend on the severity and type of acne scars.

    The length of time it takes for acne to clear up depends on the severity of the acne and the type of treatment used. Mild to moderate acne may improve within a few weeks to a few months, while severe acne may take longer to clear up.

    Preventing acne may be possible in some cases by practicing good skin hygiene, avoiding certain products that can clog pores, and making lifestyle modifications. However, some individuals may be more prone to acne due to genetics or hormonal changes.

    Some acne treatments may cause side effects, such as dryness, redness, or peeling of the skin. These side effects can usually be managed with proper skin care and adjusting the treatment plan. It is important to discuss any potential side effects with a dermatologist before starting acne treatment.

     

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