Acne is a common skin condition that occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. There are several different types of acne, we treat:
Whiteheads: Small, white bumps that are closed at the surface of the skin.
Blackheads: Small, dark bumps that are open at the surface of the skin.
Papules: Small, red, raised bumps that can be tender to the touch.
Pustules: Red, swollen bumps with a white or yellow center filled with pus.
Nodules: Large, painful, solid bumps deep in the skin that can cause scarring.
Cysts: Large, pus-filled bumps that can be painful and lead to scarring.
Acne can also be classified based on the severity of the condition. Mild acne includes whiteheads and blackheads, while moderate acne includes papules and pustules. Severe acne includes nodules and cysts.
There are several possible acne removal treatments, including:
The most effective treatment for acne will depend on the severity and type of acne, as well as the individual’s skin type and medical history.
There are several types of scars that can result from injury, surgery, or skin conditions like acne. Some of the most common types of scars we treat:
Atrophic scars: These scars are characterized by a depression or indentation in the skin and are commonly associated with acne scars.
Hypertrophic scars: These scars are raised and thick, and can be pink or red in color. They may continue to grow for several months after an injury or surgery.
Keloid scars: Similar to hypertrophic scars, keloid scars are raised and thick, but they grow beyond the boundaries of the original injury or surgery site.
Contracture scars: These scars result from burns or other injuries that cause skin to tighten, leading to limited mobility or function.
Stretch marks: These scars occur when the skin stretches rapidly, causing the collagen and elastin fibers to break.
Surgical scars: These scars result from surgical incisions and can vary in size and appearance.
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation: This is not a true scar but rather a darkening of the skin that can occur after an injury or inflammation.
The type of scar that forms depends on several factors, including the location and severity of the injury, skin type, and genetics.
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