Treating Acne with Laser Technology

Some patients want an alternative treatment, states Ortiz. "They don't want to take antibiotics, or their medications haven't worked for them, and so they're looking for non-invasive treatments." Dr. Ortiz uses ...

Tags: Dermatology, Acne, Non Invasive , Laser, teenage acne, Adult Acne, NeoClear, Aerolase, Prejuvenation

Treating Acne in Pregnancy

If severe enough acne present, then there are several safe oral antibiotics that can be used.If pregnant, please check with your dermatologist or obstetrician to make sure that you are correctly using safe medications for your ...

Tags: Skin Care, pregnancy acne, Adult Acne

Ins and Outs of Male Acne

Oral antibiotics, such as doxycycline, may help to improve the redder inflammatory pimples. Topical tretinoin can help prevent comedonal acne, which are the smaller whiteheads and blackheads. If acne is severe enough or does not respond to various ...

Tags: Acne, Male Hormones, Body acne, folliculltis, acne breakout

Treatment Options For Body Acne

What can be done in-office to treat body acne?Dr. J: In-office treatments include oral antibiotics, oral contraceptives or Aldactone, and fruit-acid peels with salicylic acid and/or citric acid, tartaric acid, malic acid, pyruvic acid and glycolic ...

Tags: Acne, Skin Care, chemical peels, Body acne, Laser Treatments, Antibiotics, Adult Acne