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Capable Tools To Fight Blemishes And Acne Scarring

Author : Angela Faye Smithers

It's hard for many of us to identify with teens and adults that suffer from severe acne. It is a frustrating condition that at one time was a hard condition to treat. Twenty to thirty years ago, the medical field had a limited number of options for treating blemishes that were extreme. For those suffering with severe acne, over the counter medications such as Clearasil won't put a dent in theproblem.
Acne can have a very negative impression on a teen's self esteem and mental well being. Teens that have had successful acne blemish treatment display a more confident attitude and usually develop a more outgoing attitude. Having bad acne can negatively affect your mood and your lifestyle.
Acne is made up of different varieties of blemishes. The most typical ones include comedonal (aka whiteheads and blackheads), cystic (deep rooted nodules) and papulopustular (inflamed bumps and pustules). Many patients seeking treatment from a dermatologist have a combination of varieties.
Luckily, there are more aggressive treatments available now including hormones, antibiotics, retinoid medications, light therapy, and acne laser treatment. If there is a lapse in seeking professional medical treatment, acne scarring may be the end result. Fortunately, lasers are also very successful at treating and removing acne scar tissue.
If the acne you are experiencing is not improving whatsoever after trying over the counter medications, ask your general doctor to recommend a dermatologist. A visit to the dermatologist will be the first step to getting rid of severe acne. A dermatologist will be able to best analyze your skin and recommend a regimen to fight the acne. Most patients will instructed to follow a combination of topical retinoids and antibiotics. If this does not result in improvement, then oral antibiotics are often prescribed. Females with acne sometimes respond positively to birth control pills.
If these attempts have failed to result in a noticeable improvement or if the medication's side effects are troubling you, laser acne treatment may be the answer. This is something your doctor will have to decide depending on the type of acne you have and the skin type you have.

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