One of the worst effects that acne can have upon us is the permanent scarring that it leaves on us and for those of us who have already had to contend and struggle with the condition, it seems to be little more than additional insult to injury that we are left with a permanent reminder of it. For some acne sufferers, the issue of acne scars is a fairly minute one in that they have been fortunate enough to have the acne limited to their body as opposed to their face.
Others have not fared so well and have had to contend with acne scars that are visible, prominent and very deep as well. Little wonder then that dermatologists will often routinely refer their patients to mental health practitioners for stress, depression and low self-esteem issues.
It is important that if you do have acne scars that you are realistic about the potential benefits and drawbacks associated with any sort of medical treatment to treat them. Sometimes, acne sufferers will succumb to the trap of being overly optimistic about the procedure and what it will bring them, only to suffer a crushing defeat as things do not turn out as well as was planned or hoped.
Please consider the following before having any such treatment.
Is there a single treatment option for the treatment of acne scars?
The simple answer is no. Every acne sufferer is different and so in the interests of ensuring that their acne scars is effectively resolved and dealt with, the dermatologist will need to carefully assess the nature and extent of the scarring, as well as the medical history of the patient as well. From here, the dermatologist will identify a treatment plan and regime that most effectively deals with the root causes of the condition.
Obviously any such decisions will also be made in consultation with the patient, with proper and due respect being given to their wishes. The dermatologist will always suggest those treatment approaches/options that are the most likely to produce a happy and productive result.
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