How to remove pimples? (Photo)

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General dermatology review

Many ways, see a general dermatologist for this. Everything from LED lights to peels, abs, vitamin A creams, and isotretinoin. Video below on scar revision, however the rule is to treat acne first. Dr Davin Lim. Brisbane. Australia. 


Brisbane Dermatologist
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Acne problem

This needs professional attention, an evaluation by a dermatologist is recommended. Topical therapy including Retin A, hydroquinone, benzyl peroxide, and chemical peels are all probably needed. Possible oral medication including antibiotics or accutane as well. 

Steven F. Weiner, MD
Panama City Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Treatment for severe acne

Your acne condition needs to treated with a combination of oral medications and topical applications for several months at least. Without treatment your condition may persist for sometime which may lead to more acne scars later.

Regards, Dr Ivan Puah

Ivan Puah, MBBS
Singapore Physician
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Severe Acne Scars and best treatment

It appears that you have a great deal of acne and active pustules.  I would consult a board certified dermatologist for oral and topical medications which might include oral antibiotics or Accutane.  Please consult an expert.  After your acne is under control you will need treatment for any residual scars.  Best, Dr. Green

How to remove pimples from active acne

How to remove pimples from active acne. There a number different options you can do from oral anabiotic's as well as topical treatments to improve your current situation. We have a special way of doing this that I've treated many very severe active active clients. Ask your dermatologist or specialist in your area and they can help you with a combination that can help improve your current acne .

Philip Young, MD
Bellevue Facial Plastic Surgeon
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