AWISH CLINIC

Acne

Acne Treatment

AWISH Clinic
About

Acne Treatment

Acne is the most common cutaneous disease affecting teenagers and young adults. It is not physically disabling, and its psychological impact can be striking, according to low confidencedepression, and stress. The psychological effects of embarrassment and fear can impact the social lives and employment of affected individuals. Scars can be disfiguring and lifelong. In one prospective study of 90 patients with acne, they found a significant improvement in self-esteem with acne treatment. Thus, clinicians must be familiar with acne Vulgaris and its treatment. Acne commonly affects teenagers but can occur at any age. The most common areas where you might have acne are your forehead, face, chest, upper back, and shoulders.

What are the different types of acne?

Acne can take several forms. They contain:

  • Papules
    Small pink or red bumps that evolve inflamed.
  • Blackheads
    Open spots on the skin that fill with dead skin and excess oil. They look as if dirt has been deposited in the place, but an irregular light reflection causes the dark areas of the clogged follicle.
  • Pustules
    Pimples having pus. They look like whiteheads covered by red rounds. They can cause scarring if scratched or picked.
  • Cysts
    Pus-filled pimples. These can cause scars.
  • Fungal acne (Pityrosporum folliculitis)
    occurs when an overmuch of yeast grows in the hair follicles. They can become itchy and inflamed.
  • Whiteheads
    Bumps that stay closed by oil and dead skin.
  • Nodules
    Solid pimples that are in-depth in your skin. They are large and painful.

Treatment Principles of Acne

Medical therapies for acne target one or more of four key factors that promote the development of  lesions: follicular hyperproliferation and abnormal desquamation, increased sebum production, Cutibacterium (formerly Propionibacterium) acnes proliferation, and inflammation.

These factors are targeted as follows:

✔️ Follicular hyperproliferation and abnormal desquamation

  • Topical retinoids  
  • Oral retinoids  
  • Azelaic acid 
  • Salicylic acid 
  • Hormonal therapies

✔️ Increased sebum production

  • Oral isotretinoin
  • Hormonal therapies

✔️ acnes proliferation

  • Benzoyl peroxide
  • Topical and oral antibiotics
  • Azelaic acid

✔️ Inflammation

  • Oral isotretinoin
  • Oral tetracyclines
  • Topical retinoids
  • Azelaic acid
AWISH Clinic
Acne Treatment

Procedures For Acne

✔️ Chemical Peel

  • Salicylic Acid 
  • Azelaic Acid
  • Yellow Peel 

✔️ Laser Treatment

✔️ Comedone Extraction

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Our Clients

Testimonials

Dr. Vijay is amazing! Very professional. Really listens to you and answers all your questions. Cares about his patients and helps you with whatever problem you came in with

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Preeti Lakra

Delhi, India

Dr. Vijay is amazing! Very professional. Really listens to you and answers all your questions. Cares about his patients and helps you with whatever problem you came in with. he has been proactive about the best possible treatment options. Very knowledgeable and kind!! Good

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Nitesh Pandey

Delhi, India

Best skincare clinic in delhi, I got the best result from AWISH, must visit if you have any kind of skin or hair problem 🙂🙂

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Yasmeen Khatoon

Delhi, India

The staff are very polite, pleasant and Dr. Vijay kumar is a very nice and friendly person to talk. Everything was pretty smooth and after 1week of my lip treatment the swelling is almost gone and I am feeling pretty good.I would really recommend him to my family and friend.

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Anu Dey

Delhi, India

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

A dermatologist is a medical professional who specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes.

You should see a dermatologist if you have concerns or conditions involving your skin, hair, nails, or mucous membranes. This includes issues like acne, rashes, suspicious moles, hair loss, or chronic skin conditions.

A dermatologist can provide accurate diagnoses, prescribe medications, perform procedures, and offer treatment plans for various skin conditions. They can also provide guidance on preventive care and skincare routines.

Dermatologists can offer advice on maintaining healthy skin, such as using sunscreen, practicing good hygiene, avoiding excessive sun exposure, and following a balanced diet. They can also recommend suitable skincare products.

No, dermatologists treat a wide range of medical conditions affecting the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. While they can address cosmetic concerns, their primary focus is on overall skin health.

Before your appointment, make a list of your symptoms and medications, gather relevant medical records, and note any questions you have. It’s helpful to remove any makeup or nail polish if a skin or nail examination is anticipated.

Yes, dermatologists specialize in diagnosing and treating hair loss conditions. They can conduct evaluations, recommend treatments, and offer guidance on hair care routines.

Insurance coverage varies, but many plans cover dermatology visits for medical reasons. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider beforehand to understand your specific coverage.

The frequency of dermatology visits depends on individual factors and any existing conditions. For routine skin check-ups, it’s generally recommended to see a dermatologist once a year.