. We also offer treatments for acne scars. To schedule a consultation, call our Salt Lake City dermatologistsâ office at (801) 266-8841 today.
Many women experience acne during pregnancy, thanks to an increase in the hormone progesterone. Although some acne treatments arenât safe to use when you are pregnant, your dermatologist can offer many alternatives to help you get your breakouts under control.
Watch this video to learn more about treating acne during pregnancy. BLU-U light treatment for acne can be safe and effective for pregnant women, as can some topical treatments. Donât use any acne treatments without consulting with your dermatologist and OBGYN.
Swinyer-Woseth Dermatology can help you find the right combination of acne treatments to fight your breakouts safely during pregnancy. To make an appointment with a dermatologist in Salt Lake City, call (801) 266-8841.
Bacteria, oil, and dead skin cells can partially block a pore, producing a blackhead. This is in contrast to whiteheads, which are completely closed. Blackheads get their dark pigment because of reactions between the air and the contents of the pore. It can be very tempting to squeeze blackheads, but this isnât something you should try at home. Instead, visit a dermatology clinic for a safe, professional extraction.
If you try to get rid of blackheads at home by squeezing them, youâll end up redistributing the infected material to other areas on and under your skin. This increases the risk of a worsening acne breakout. Plus, squeezing blackheads increases the chances of acne scars developing later on. Dermatologists have a better solution. They are trained in the use of comedone extractors, which gently coax the contents of a clogged pore to the surface without spreading the bacteria around.
Youâll find personalized solutions for your acne breakouts at Swinyer-Woseth Dermatology. Give us a call at (801) 266-8841 to schedule an acne treatment appointment with one of our dermatologists in Salt Lake City.
Acne is among the most commonâand most frustratingâtypes of skin diseases. If your skin tends to break out frequently, talk to a dermatologist about professional-grade prevention and acne treatment. Your dermatologist can also extract your pimples safely. Itâs not a good idea to try to pop your pimples at home, and youâll learn why when you watch this video.
This video explains how pimples form and why they sometimes hurt. Since popping a pimple spreads the infected material around your skin, itâs likely to lead to additional zits. Popping a pimple also increases the risk of acne scarring and skin discoloration.
For safe and effective acne treatments in Salt Lake City, you can schedule an appointment at Swinyer-Woseth Dermatology by calling (801) 266-8841. Our dermatologists can develop a customized skin care routine thatâs right for you.
If you’ve noticed that small, red bumps have begun developing on your skin, you might have either rosacea or acne. These two different bumps look so similar that it can be challenging to determine which condition you have. One easy way to figure out if you have rosacea or acne is simply to visit a dermatologist . Your dermatologist can perform a thorough skin exam and give you an accurate diagnosis before explaining your treatment options.
Detecting Acne Symptoms
Acne bumps often develop on the face, but may also affect the back, chest, neck, upper arms, shoulders, and buttocks. Although acne bumps all look similar, there are actually a few different types. Those small, reddish bumps may be regular pimples or they might be whiteheads or blackheads. Papules are raised lesions, while pustules are raised lesions that are filled with pus. Some people develop cystic acne. These cysts are nodules that contain pus or fluids. After acne fades away, it can leave an acne scar.
Identifying Rosacea Symptoms
Like regular acne, rosacea can cause breakouts of small, red bumps or thickened skin along with bumps. However, rosacea is distinguishable from regular acne because it causes other symptoms along with the bumps. Individuals who have this chronic inflammatory skin disease tend to blush and flush more easily than other people. In addition to the temporary flushing of the skin, patients with rosacea can develop persistent redness as the small blood vessels in the facial region become swollen and visible. Unlike acne, rosacea can lead to medical complications like ocular rosacea. Ocular rosacea can involve chronic and excessive tearing, eye dryness, flaking at the base of the eyelashes, gritty sensations inside the eyes, and recurring sties. Occasionally, rosacea may even cause enlargement of the nose, which is a condition called rhinophyma.
Swinyer-Woseth Dermatology offers rosacea and acne treatments for patients in Salt Lake City. Our dermatology specialists are dedicated to helping each patient look and feel his or her best. You can request a one-on-one consult and personalized treatment plan from a dermatologist by calling (801) 266-8841.
One common skin issue dermatologists see in patients is acne scarring. The inflammation caused by acne can promote the loss of collagen in the area. This results in a pitted scar, also known as an atrophic scar. Acne scars detract from one’s appearance and can be challenging to conceal with makeup. Fortunately, there is an FDA-approved solution available: Bellafill.
Watch this video to find out how Bellafill works to instantly restore volume to the sunken area of skin. Bellafill has been approved to treat moderate to severe acne scars on the cheeks of patients who are at least 21 years of age.
For effective acne treatments in Salt Lake City, including Bellafill, you can turn to Swinyer-Woseth Dermatology. Schedule an appointment with a dermatologist today by calling (801) 266-8841 or visit us online to view our full menu of cosmetic services .
The red, inflamed pimples may have receded, but now off-colored pockmarks stand in their place. Acne scars are usually tricky and expensive to treat, and even then, these scars are sometimes resistant to treatment. However, you may find success with Bellafill, the only approved injectable that successfully treats certain types of acne scars. Instead of simply filling pockmarks, Bellafill penetrates the deeper layers of skin to restore skin from within. This means that the scars will “rise” and create the smooth, uniform skin surface that you deserve. Bellafill is a safe, commonly used filler, and better yet, the results are permanent—there’s no need for you to take time out of your schedule to make several office visits.
Swinyer – Woseth Dermatology offers a variety of cosmetic treatments so you can look your best. Since injectables and fillers are administered by our licensed and experience dermatologists, you can rest assured knowing that you are in good hands. To learn more about our dermatologists and services, visit our website or call us at (801) 266-8841 to schedule an appointment.
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