Getting Rid of Acne for Good

Published on: November 25, 2016

Are you tired of trying to get your acne under control? Although most people experience some acne in their teen years, others may have severe cases of this skin issue both as teenagers and adults. When over-the-counter products don’t stop your acne, you may feel embarrassed and lose self-confidence in your appearance. Moreover, acne can scar your skin, leaving its mark on your face for years to come. It’s time to get rid of that acne once and for all with a trip to your local dermatologist.

Dermatologists specialize in caring for the skin, including controlling severe acne. There are many solutions that can help stop acne breakouts as well as remove the appearance of acne scars. Each person is different and may need a customized approach to find the right solution to stopping their acne problem. Some medical solutions that a dermatologist may suggest include:

  • Oral medications
  • Prescription cleansers
  • Prescription topical medications
  • Laser treatment
  • Blue Light Photodynamic Therapy
  • Chemical peels

In severe cases, it may take one or more of these therapies to resolve your acne problem. However, once you have the condition under control, you can start to feel more confident in your appearance again. Your dermatologist can also offer skin treatments to restore a smooth, blemish-free surface to your skin so that you don’t need to live with the scars left behind from your fight with acne.

Don’t wait another day to get your acne under control. Call your local dermatology office to schedule an appointment to learn about the many acne treatment options available. You deserve to look your best and live a life free from the embarrassment of acne.

Posted on behalf of:
Olansky Dermatology Associates
Peachtree Lenox Building
3379 Peachtree Road #500
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 355-5484

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