Acne Treatment

Acne Treatment at Renacres Hospital

Common acne management approaches are problematic. At best, inconsistent, at worst harmful, conventional methods do not satisfactorily solve this widespread problem.

Topical applications, like ointments and creams, are popular for treating acne, but may irritate the skin, and do not actually reduce acne bacteria. While antibiotics may be effective in some cases, they often require long-time use, and are not recommended unless necessary. Some acne drugs have been linked with potentially serious side effects. Effective and comfortable, AFT pulsed light works quickly and thoroughly to kill acne bacteria. Destroying bacteria faster then they proliferate, AFT pulsed light counters acne better than any conventional method. With no side effects or downtime, it also eliminates the issue of patient compliance.

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