Acne can be firmed if it is not remedied timely. Also, you can get a temporary solution at your local clinic but it may not always be an effective way with our best acne treatment.
In truth, acne can develop due to many different factors, all of which require different treatments. So, You should seek the advice of an experienced dermatologist who can give you an effective acne treatment plan. Otherwise, your acne leads to permanent spots.
Pittsburgh’s Best Acne Treatment dermatologists, at the Golla Center for Dermatology, provide you with a detailed, professional consultation. Additionally, they will identify the causes and develop a custom plan to root out your acne problem. Consequently, you will regain your beautiful radiant skin!
Firstly, you need to understand is that Acne is incredibly common in both teens and adults all over the world. Acne usually appears on your face, shoulders, neck, and foreheads because these parts of your skin have the most oil glands. In other words, it is a result of poor hygiene and is usually caused by bacteria residing in your skin. Your genes and hormones also play a vital role in causing your body to produce excessive oil on your skin which allows the bacteria to thrive.
Tiny hair follicles on the surface of your skin fill with oil which can clog and appear as a small white or black point commonly known as a “whitehead” or “blackhead”. These plugged follicles continue to fill with oil, the pressure will rise and suddenly go off. It causes a small ugly red bump on your skin. When several follicles break off at once below the skin, cystic acne forms below the skin creating a larger and harder bump. Most importantly, acne develops for up to two months below the surface of the skin before showing symptoms. After that, it seems to appear quickly. Therefore, it is important to commit to your treatment for at least two months before deciding if you are satisfied with the results.
Effective acne treatment must achieve three main goals:
- First, we need to remove the bacteria within the hair follicle.
- Next, we need to stop the follicle from clogging at the surface.
- Finally, we need to soothe the ruptured red follicles to return your skin to its natural form.
As stated before, acne develops below the surface of the skin for up to two months before showing visible symptoms so it is important to commit to following your treatment plan. We advise waiting at least two months before evaluating the results.
The Golla Center for Dermatology has many different treatment options to fit your exact needs.
For mild acne cases, a daily state of topical solutions might work just fine. Having said that for more severe cases, your Dermatologist will prescribe antibiotic medication to kill the bacteria deeper within the skin.
In extremely severe cases, Accutane (isotretinoin) may be an option. Our expert team of Dermatologists at the Golla Center for Dermatology has over 40 years of experience with Accutane and will happily explain its application if found to be the best option for your case.