Jacksonville dermatologist discusses microdermabrasion treatments for acne
When teenagers and adults are struggling with acne, they may find that over-the-counter products fail to provide results. They may realize that they need the assistance of a dermatologist such as Dr. Mary Pentel of the Jacksonville area. In addition to medications and topical solutions, there is a wide range of treatments such as microdermabrasion that can also provide amazing results for acne patients.
Microdermabrasion is just one of many methods of treatment for acne. This treatment exfoliates the upper layer of the skin and can help in treating acne and reducing the depth of existing acne scars. Many patients find that this treatment has other benefits including the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, and improvement in age spots. Microdermabrasion has many indications and it can be used in conjunction with a quality skin care regimen developed by Dr. Mary Pentel and the team of Southside Dermatology .
Many patients enjoy the benefits of microdermabrasion and they find that regular treatments keep their skin soft, youthful, and healthy. This treatment can be done during the lunch hour and it does not require any downtime or recovery as other treatments do such as laser therapy. This makes it a great alternative for patients with busy, active lifestyles. Patients who maintain regular microdermabrasion procedures spaced weeks apart will enjoy the advantages of more beautiful skin on any area of the body. Consulting with Dr. Mary Pentel is a great way to find out if microdermabrasion is right for you, and discuss other methods of treatment depending on the skin concerns that need to be addressed.
If you are interested in finding out more about microdermabrasion for acne and other procedures readily available at our Jacksonville area practice, contact Dr. Mary Pentel at Southside Dermatology . We assist new and existing patients in our practice and can help men, women, and teenagers find effective, affordable solutions to their skin concerns.