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Previously we wrote about the types of acne and its causes. In this blog we'll discuss the long term effects and some of the treatments for problem acne.
What is the treatment for acne?
Lasting Effects of Acne
Unfortunately, depending on the severity of the acne, the duration as well as what was used to combat the issue, common outcomes include such complications as scarring and in many skin types, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, PIH.
While these are often reminders of the acne one had, they can often significantly affect a person’s confidence in a time when we are bombarded with images of perfect skin.
A personalised consultation and treatment plan will ensure that a plan specific to you, your skin type with its unique qualities, will be used, to help improve skin quality and may involve one or more of several methods, beginning with skin needling, a series of chemical peels and even laser treatment and subcision, which is a way to break up the scarring that tends to cause skin to tether, giving rise to a pockmarked appearance.
How do you know what is the appropriate treatment plan for you?
Book an appointment so we can begin with a personalised treatment plan for you, addressing your specific concerns, overseen by our doctor and undertaken with our trained staff.
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Skin Essentials will reopen the week beginning 11th October 2021.
Per NSW government regulations, only double vaccinated patients will be served when we reopen and we will be checking vaccination certificates for all patients upon booking. This requirement may change as of December 1st, and we will advise you accordingly.
Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text us (0413174654) your vaccination certificate as soon after booking as you can. We will not be able to see anyone for treatments or confirm appointments without this.
In the interest of full disclosure, transparency and patient safety, all patient facing staff will be fully vaccinated by the time of reopening. Please read our reopening FAQ for more information.