The appearance of the odd pimple isn’t really anything to worry about. However, when acne becomes excessive, it can lead to scarring and a rough, bumpy skin texture. If this has occurred, we can help. At InnovateMed, we offer several treatment options for addressing acne and scarring. We provide peels, lasers, and microneedling to help you get the skin you deserve. Book an appointment at our Dodge City, Kansas office to learn more today.
How Do Acne and Acne Scarring Occur?
Bacteria buildup is the primary cause of acne. Genetics and environmental factors can also contribute to this problem, often leading to breakouts and flare-ups, after a breakout, acne scars form when our bodies rapidly release collagen to counteract the damage. As a result of this rapid release, our skin becomes thicker and less flexible, giving it that characteristic bumpy texture.
What Are the Signs?
Of all the areas, having acne on your face and forehead can be the most noticeable. Typical signs include the appearance of:
- Uneven skin texture
- Tender lumps
These concerns can cause pain and irritation. If you’re struggling with active acne or acne scarring, we can provide you with several solutions to help you look and feel great again.
Acne Treatment Options
We offer several treatments for addressing these issues. Our AviClear™ device, for instance, is a great option for addressing severe breakouts. This device is the first FDA-approved energy system designed to address active acne and reduce subsequent acne scarring. Treatments take 30 minutes to perform and require no downtime afterward. Results are equivalent to Accutane™, without potential toxicity. Additionally, we also offer the following alternative treatments:
Book Acne and Acne Scarring Treatments in Dodge City
The proper treatments can address acne and acne scarring quickly and easily. We provide several options for alleviating this problem and giving you the skin you deserve. Connect with Dr. Williams here in Dodge City to learn more by clicking the button below or calling our office at (620) 412-8943.