Acne is a skin condition that affects…

mainly in adolescents but also adults and has a complex pathophysiology that includes hormone-sensitive sebum production, abnormal keratinization and occlusion of the hair follicle, the overgrowth in this oxygen-free environment of the known bacterial and bacterial this.

Newer studies show that the inflammatory process started long before the acne lesions became visible. That is, from the time when the pharynx begins to form (black or white spot) inside the skin.

In this early phase it is important to intervene in time to prevent the negative effects of acne on the skin (inflammation, pain, scars).

Why should a doctor try to explain the pathogenesis of acne in simple words?

Why the visualization of the disease is important for the patient to understand regardless of his age why he takes specific steps in his treatment and where they are intended.

So if we imagine the sebaceous gland as a source of sebum that through the tube of the hair follicle invades the skin like a river and we realize that any disorder in this pathway creates a problem, whether it is due to a hormonal problem that increases sebum production or horns. blocking the resource.

So the purpose of treatments with either topical creams and treatments or with oral medications is to intervene in one or more of the mechanisms of acne.

The criterion of the most appropriate treatment is the international instructions in combination with the examination of the doctor. Proper diagnosis that excludes other acne-like conditions (eg rosacea), age and character of the patient, analysis and explanation of aggravating factors such as high carbohydrate diet and high milk consumption, misuse dermocosmetics and make up.

Factors that we must also take into account are the non-abuse of antibiotics and hormonal therapies, the utilization of all the means given by science with priority to the pre-invasive and toxic to the body treatments.

Parents of children with acne are very important to understand that early dermatological intervention prevents the progression of the disease, the formation of scars and generally the intense psychological stress that acne causes.

At the dermatological clinic every acne patient is treated with sensitivity and seriousness.

Detailed history, clinical examination, blood tests are done when needed. Nutrition and habits instructions along with detailed instructions for cleaning, care and proper use of special make up and sunscreen that does not cause acne (non comedogenic).

A detailed program combining local and systemic treatments, special peeling protocols, lasers and special facial cleansings achieve an excellent result from a medical and aesthetic point of view.


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