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Take a holistic approach to your surgery procedure by developing a treatment plan with a beginning, a middle, and an end:

the pre-operative stimulating regimen
the surgery
the post-operative healing regimen


While we recognize that the surgery itself is an important part of the process, equally important are pre and post op skin care treatments. It is this combination that yields the most positive surgical results, from accelerated healing and improved appearance to increased patient comfort and satisfaction.

Saturday, 23 August 2008 16:38

Topical Non-prescription Treatments for Acne

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Topical non-prescription treatments for acne work by reducing oil production, speeding up cellular turnover and fighting bacteria. Results from Acne treatments may be seen as soon as the program starts. However, for long term acne control and healing, following a regime of professional clinical interventions combined with home care compliance is the key to success. Prior to starting treatment it is recommended to see a licensed Esthetician. Your Esthetician may recommend one or more of the following treatments for acne:

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Dermatologists and Estheticians normally use clinical skin care procedures to help clear acne. These methods should be performed by a skin health care practitioner. Trying these at home can lead to infection, worsening of the acne and scarring. It is highly recommended to consult with a skin care specialist before embarking on treatment for acne. The goal of any acne treatment is to prevent tissue damage and permanent scarring.

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