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Acne Treatment

Acne-friendly skin care provides you with optimal results.

The importance of skin care cannot be understated—without it, you may not achieve the results you desire.



Acne is a dermatological condition characterized by inflammation and mild infection in clogged pores. If left untreated, acne can lead to emotional distress, low self-esteem, and depression. In severe cases, it can even cause permanent scarring.

While acne is not a serious physical health threat, it can be an embarrassing skin problem that can negatively impact many patients' lives. Though it is most common among teenagers, acne can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender, and can be mild, moderate or severe.

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Acne Treatment

Acne can affect people of all ages and can be difficult to treat without guidance from a professional. At Radiant Dermatology & Aesthetics, we provide treatment for those with acne and oily skin and recommend helpful products and solutions.

Acne cannot be treated with a one size fits all method. Our professionals choose the best acne treatment for you based on your skin type and acne severity.

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Conditons Treated

The most common types of skin conditions, diseases and disorders that we treat include, but are not limited to the following.

Acne Conglobata

A severe and rare form of acne that involves interconnected, large abscesses, often accompanied by widespread inflammation. It can cause severe scarring and typically requires specialized treatment.
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Acne Keloidalis Nuchae

A chronic condition that primarily affects the back of the neck and causes inflamed, itchy bumps, and scarring. It occurs most commonly in men of African or African-Caribbean descent and can be triggered by factors like shaving or friction.
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Acne Rosacea

A chronic inflammatory condition that primarily affects the face, causing redness, visible blood vessels, and acne-like bumps. It typically affects adults and can be triggered by various factors, including heat, sunlight, stress, and certain foods.
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Acne Vulgaris

The most common form of acne, characterized by clogged pores, pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads. It can occur during puberty and beyond, affecting the face, chest, back, and shoulders. Factors such as excess oil production, bacteria, and hormonal changes contribute to its development.
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Comedonal Acne

A type of acne characterized by non-inflammatory lesions called comedones, which include both blackheads and whiteheads. It typically affects areas with high oil production, such as the forehead, nose, and chin.
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Hormonal Acne

Acne that occurs in response to hormonal fluctuations, commonly seen in adolescents during puberty and women during menstrual cycles, pregnancy, or menopause. Hormonal acne often presents as deep, tender nodules along the jawline and chin.
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Inflammatory Acne

A type of acne characterized by red, swollen, and painful lesions, including papules, pustules, and nodules. Inflammatory acne is often a result of the body's immune response to bacteria in the clogged hair follicles.
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Nodulocystic Acne

A severe form of acne that involves large, deep, and painful nodules and cysts beneath the skin's surface. It can cause significant scarring and usually requires aggressive treatment.
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