Acne is one of the most common problems encountered in teenage . A dermatologist is the only person that can help you solve your problem , if you really want quick and long lasting results. Acne can leave scarring and best dermatologist for acne scars can help you clear the pits and scars to approx 60-80 percent. There are many acne treatments in the market but the one that suits you the best can only be prescribed by a the best dermatologist for acne treatment in delhi.
When you search for best dermatologist in delhi for hair,or best dermatologist in delhi , top 10 dermatologist in delhi etc – you dont take into consideration what kind of treatment dermatologist in delhi specialisesi, whether he/she has a Laser set up, if the lasers are there then whether they are the best suited for indian and your skin, what are the latest procedures and medical treatment the clinic has to offer you.
There are lot manu procedures that are available in the market but not all treatments are effective and at the same time even the best of the treatments might not be advisable for all cases.
A dermatologist who specialises in acne treatment and lasers for acne scarring has options like:
Lasers- Fractional ( Ablative and Non Ablative)
to help you get the best results.
Dermaroller and microdermabrasion are outdated techniques .
We aat DermaWorld Skin Clinic, have the whole set of latest technology for treating acne scars in delhi. The state of the art centre for acne scartreatment in Delhi has the US FDA approved Er: Yag Laser, Fractional CO2 laser and at the same time we also have Fillers for giving maximum results in acne scarring in Delhi.
Evaluating efficacy and safety profile of Adaplene 0.1% and Benzoyl peroxide 2.5% in monotherapy and in combination of both in Acne Vulgaris.
Acne vulgaris is a common chronic inflammatory cutaneous disease involving the pilosebaceous unit. Its pathophysiology is multifactorial and complex, including obstruction of the pilosebaceous unit due to increased sebum production, abnormal keratinization, proliferation of Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes), and inflammation. Most commonly used therapies for mild to moderate acne are topical agents. Topical agents include retinoids, benzoyl peroxide (BPO) and antibacterials that target comedones, P. acnes, and inflammation. In dermatological practice, topical retinoids are the class of agents most commonly used as monotherapy as well as in combination for acne. The addition of adapalene with BPO does not result in chemical or photo-instability of the combined product. There are limited studies in India on combination of adaplene and benzoyl peroxide in relation to their monotherapy in Acne Vulgaris. So, We have evaluted and compared the efficacy and adverse effects of adaplene 0.1% and benzoyl peroxide 2.5% with the novel combination of these two in mild to moderate acne graded by IGA scale. We took 15 patients in each group.Group A were patients on Adaplene monotherapy ,Group B Benzoyl peroxide monotherapy and Group C combination of the two, for 3 months . Results seen were excellent with the combination therapy with minimal side effects.