Acne and acne scar is a very treatable condition. When basic lifestyle changes don’t seem to do the trick, try the least invasive treatment. At EQMS our doctors will assess your acne and suggest next steps for treatment and investigation if necessary. Our clinic has been equipped with state of art equipment for blue light treatment, Microdermabrasion and Micro-needling therapy.
Our treatment plans dependents of individual include:
Topical medications (including antibiotic, tretinoin, Vit C etc.…)
Birth control pills
Blue light treatments
Chemical peels and microdermabrasion
Micro-needling therapy: for treatment of acne scar
Referral to dermatologist: Roaccutane
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Topical medications are lotions, gels and creams that you apply to your skin. You typically apply a thin coat on your skin in the morning and before bedtime after washing your face. Some are available over the counter, and others require a prescription.
Your doctor may prescribe a daily antibiotic pill. It can help fight bacteria and infection from the inside out. Antibiotics are commonly used with topical medication when gels and creams alone don’t improve your condition.
Birth Control Pills
Regulating hormone levels can help improve acne for some women. However, you should not use birth control pills during pregnancy. If you’re pregnant, ask your doctor what you can do to banish breakouts.
Blue Light Treatment
Blue Light Treatment have approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for moderate acne vulgaris that has not responded to other therapies. There is evidence that blue light therapy can help treat acne or prevent an outbreak. Blue light also appears to be safe, it is free from UV rays, and there is no evidence that it increases the risk of skin cancer or skin aging
Chemical Peels & Microdermabrasion
Chemical peels and microdermabrasion remove the top layer of your skin. In the process, whiteheads and blackheads are also removed.
Treatment of acne scarring is always a challenge. Micro-needling therapy or percutaneous collagen induction is a new addition to the treatment modalities for such scars and has been reported to be simple and effective in atrophic acne scar treatment
Oral isotretinoin can cause severe side effects, especially if you become pregnant while taking it. Severe birth defects have been reported in babies whose mothers took isotretinoin during pregnancy. The medication can also increase the risk of depression and suicidal thoughts and affect your cholesterol levels and liver function, so it should be strictly prescribed by Dermatologist