Clear Skin Dermatology

Clear Skin Dermatology

Though you can achieve a glowing complexion by following any of the hundreds of simple tips available everywhere, there are times when it becomes necessary to visit a dermatologist to help you maintain clear and problem-free skin. Almost always, anyone will tell you, most skin problems are common and would eventually get cured. There are times, however, that you would want to visit a dermatologist to seek a solution for your particular problem.

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Here are some questions, the answers for which will help you decide whether you need to get a treatment based on skin dermatology.

  •  Do you feel particularly more reserved and unwilling to meet people after you have started getting acne?
  •  Are there pus-filled nodules on your face?
  •  Are there painful lesions on your face?
  •  Does acne leave behind scars after clearing?
  •  Are blackheads a common and persistent problem for you?
  •  Are some dark skin lesions particularly visible after the acne has cleared?
  •  Are most OTC (over-the-counter) skin products ineffective for your problem?

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Even if you have answered in the affirmative for one of the above questions, then it is time to see a dermatologist. The science of dermatology can help you maintain healthy glowing skin, not only by treating problems like pimples and acne effectively but by also helping you follow means to prevent them. This will help reduce scars and lesions that usually follow the occurrence of acne.

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What dermatologists usually advice and prescribe

  • Acne-prone skin should be washed gently twice a day, using a good quality cleanser
  • Hard scrubbing of skin with the hope of removing acne is a big no-no
  • Hard scrubbing will aggravate the condition
  • Prescriptions and advice of skin experts are always based on tried tested methods and resources gleaned from successful research for healthy skin
  • As a medication for skin health are only prescribed, based on examination of your skin, they cause minimal or no side effects
  •  Advice on skincare regimen to help clear acne and prevent further occurrence

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   Prescription of retinoids to

  1. Combat wrinkles and build up collagen
  2. Clean pores of dead skin cells
  • Prescription of drugs containing clindamycin, which are topical antibiotics, to get rid of acne-causing bacteria
  • Prescribing oral antibiotics if the clindamycin drugs are not effective even after two months
  • If acne persists, a skin specialist may prescribe isotretinoin-containing drugs like Accutane. This drug usually clears up acne for most people

However, common side effects in drugs like these (undue drying up of skin and rarer side effects like depression) are not ruled out.

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