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Treatment of Common Skin Diseases

You can get in touch with our clinic for the diagnose and treatment of the following commonly seen skin diseases:
- Acne
- Atopic dermatitis and eczema
- Concact dermatitis
- Shingles (Herpes Zoster)
- Hives (Urticaria)
- Rosacea
- Seborrheic dermatitis
- Moles and age spots
- Psoriasis
- Fungal infections
- Bacterial skin infections
- Hidradenitis suppurativa
- Skin cancers
- Cold sores
- Common warts and genital warts
Acne (Acne) Treatment

Acne is an inflammatory disease of the hair-fat unit (pilosebaceous follicle). Acne lesions consist of black and white spots (comedones), red bumps (papules), purulent rashes (pustules), larger abscessed cystic structures (nodulocysts).


Acne mostly affects the face, neck, upper body, back and upper arms. Acne is typically a disease of adolescents. It affects 85% of individuals in this period. It is most common in both sexes at the ages of 15-18. However, acne can also be seen in newborn babies and older ages (over 40 years of age).


How does acne occur?

The medical factors that make up acne can be listed as follows:

  • Keratinous plug formation

  • Abnormal proliferation of keratinocytes

  • Overstimulation of the sebaceous glands and excessive oil release

  • Hormonal abnormalities

  • Accumulation of inflammatory cells

  • Reproduction of P. Acnes bacteria


Factors that increase acne:
  • Use of cosmetics (foundation, powder, excessively oily creams)

  • Lack of hygiene or excessive hygiene practice

  • Mechanical stimulation: Friction, chin ties, continuous playing with the face, violin, hat, surgical patches, orthopedic plaster, sitting constantly

  • Medications: Steroids, epilepsy drugs, lithium, cyclosporine worsen acne.

  • Severe acne history in the family

  • Food: Some of the studies have failed to show a link between acne and food, but some of them have been found to increase with foods with high glycemic index (chips, nuts, chocolate, etc.).

Acne Treatment

Acne severity, age of the patient, previous treatments, whether other diseases accompany, hormonal disorders affect the patient's treatment plan.

At least 6-8 weeks are required to evaluate treatment effectiveness.

In the control, a new treatment plan should be made with re-examination of the patient.

Treatment options; It varies as topical (smear drugs), systemic (oral medications), surgical or interventional methods (comedones removal, chemical peeling, laser, gold needle radiofrequency).

Acne Treatment in Our Clinic

Acne can be treated with medical device applications such as RF microneedling, performed by the physician for patients who do not want to receive oral treatment due to some systemic problems or due to severe side effects, and patients who constantly use regional topical therapy and cannot get sufficient effect.

In our clinic, medical skin care is performed with the Innofacial Aqua Peeling system and an alternative treatment is offered to active acne with Fractora Radiofrequency application.


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