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What is Acne ?

There are only a few people in the world who have not been affected by pimples during their lifetime. What starts in the early teenage years can often continue well into adulthood as well causing a lot of trouble because everyone wants to enjoy a clear, even toned skin. However, the fact is that acne is actually a common problem and affects more than 70 percent people, all over the world.
Acne, simply put, is a skin condition, wherein the hair follicles become clogged with oil as well as dead skin cells. The result is a rash like feature appearing on the surface of the skin, which can at times be filled with pus. In severe cases, the acne can be quite painful and lead to emotional as well as physical scarring. This also leads to acne scars or acne marks, then we need acne laser treatment or skin laser treatment to rid of these marks.

Nodulo-Cystic acne

This is the most severe form of acne and this actually develops due to an infection. The condition often is genetic and can be very painful, eventually leading to permanent scarring or acne scars. This may arise the need for skin scars treatment.

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Types of Acne

Comedonal acne

Perhaps one of the mildest forms of acne, it occurs as blackheads and whiteheads. A component of the skin oil known as sebum combines with old skin cells, and causes the pores to block. This type of acne occurs mostly on the forehead, nose as well as chin.

Inflammatory acne

This is a slightly severe version of acne, which occurs right beneath the “plug”, where the boil becomes red and inflamed.

Nodulo-Cystic acne

This is the most severe form of acne and this actually develops due to an infection. The condition often is genetic and can be very painful, eventually leading to permanent scarring.

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Before, during & after the Acne Treatment

Before Treatment

Your doctor will ask you for certain information, such as:

  • Mention all your medical information, previous surgeries and current medical conditions
  • Chart out a proper course of treatment
  • Ask you a range of questions regarding your acne, the start and the growth

Your doctor will take the time to check your skin and gauge the exact type of acne that you have, which will allow them to chart out an exact course of treatment. This would also be a good time to ask questions and clarify your doubts

During the treatment

The treatment of acne depends solely on the severity of the same.

  • Mild to moderate – These will normally be treated with topical ointments, creams or gels. The idea would be to make sure that the pores are not clogged and the oil production is reduced. Many a times, the topical treatment will be combined with an oral antibiotic, which will work to flush away the toxins from within. Some of the most commonly used antibiotics include azithromycin, doxycycline, tetracycline- remove, minocycline and erythromycin. The doctor will decide the actual combination of medication, in accordance to the person being treated. Even lot of laser treatment are also used for the treatment of Acne.
  • Hormonal – This condition normally occurs more in women and teenage girls and the cause of the same is an imbalance of hormones. For such women, the course of treatment would most probably be oral contraceptives or a medicine known as spironolactone. However, not all birth control pills can be used, as the ones that are suitable for acne treatment need to have a combination of oestrogen and a synthetic version of progestin. In addition, these pills will take time to show effect, which is why it is will be crucial not to stop the treatment in between.
  • Severe or cystic – When the skin does not respond to topical treatments or antibiotics, then there will be two choices – one would be a drug known as isotretinoin and the other would be one from a range of treatments. Isotretinoin is however, known to have several side effects, including liver damage, depression, birth defects in new-borns and also colitis. This is why isotretinoin is not prescribed lightly. The procedural treatments methods include photodynamic therapy. In the former method, a prescription liquid is applied to the skin and a laser is used to activate the ingredients. In the latter, a vacuum is used in conjunction with a broadband light. While the vacuum will clean the pores, extracting all the excess oil, the light will assist in the destruction of the bacteria that causes the acne.

After the treatment

Once your treatment has been completed, your dermatologist will be given some topical creams or lotions to continue applying. You will be asked to keep a tab on what you eat, drink a lot of water and ensure that you wash your face regularly. You might also be given medications, oral or topical, which contain some form of antibiotic.

Possible Risks

Here are some of the possible risks associated with acne treatment:

  • Dryness of the skin
  • Irritation
  • Burning sensation or even peeling of skin
  • If you are taking oral medication, it could lead to dizziness or a feeling of being light headed
  • If you are using birth control pills to control acne, it could lead to high blood pressure and increase the chance of blood clots
  • Certain medications can also affect liver functions or increase the levels of cholesterol

Frequently Asked Questions about Acne

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This depends completely on how severe your acne is. For severe cases, the treatment might have to go on for over a month and go on till four or five months. However, the minimal duration will be a few days. In addition, maintenance therapy may be required in certain cases

Yes. What you eat makes a lot of difference, as does how many times you wash your face and how clean you keep your hands and face. You will be given proper instructions regarding all these by your dermatologist.

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Our eminent dermatologists diagnose the indication to be treated and thereon decide the course plan which is best for the patient. Then the patient is counselled for the procedure to make informed decision.