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  • Jonith Breadon, MD

Acne treatment physician reviews professional care with Chicago patients


Acne is a problem that may develop at any time. Troublesome spots on the skin are not reserved only for the teen years, but have the potential to affect adults and even children. Dr. Breadon consults with patients of all ages who want to find relief from acne and the scars it can leave. Because acne is linked to hormonal fluctuations, women find themselves particularly susceptible to this skin concern. Everything from stress to the monthly cycle to hormonal contraceptives can increase a woman’s chances of breaking out. With specific acne treatment, it is possible to see a reduction in inflammation quickly. Dr. Breadon reviews various options for care with her Chicagopatients.


Acne can be extremely challenging and very distressing. Inflammation and the presence of cysts, bumps, blackheads, and whiteheads, cannot be fully disguised, which can cause embarrassment and a dramatic loss of confidence. Depending on the severity and persistence of acne, depression may also occur. The enormous weight of acne can be felt by people of all ages and can have lasting effects, which is why finding the right form of care is so important.


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Most people, when they experience a breakout or inflammation, will seek immediate relief with commercial acne products such as face wash or ointment. Sometimes, this works. In many cases, however, one of two things happens: either acne persists or the condition is worsened by the application of the products. If you have tried over the counter acne products with limited results or increased inflammation, it is time to seek professional care from a dermatologist trained to identify the most suitable form of treatment.


Every person’s skin is different. To treat acne successfully takes personal attention that identifies the type of acne and the state of the skin. It is for this reason that commercial products may not be effective. They are not made for the individual. In the office of your experienced dermatologist, you can learn of the various options for the improvement of acne and the prevention or treatment of acne scarring. In addition to medical grade acne creams, your dermatologist may suggest oral medication, chemical peel treatment, or innovative technologies such as laser therapy.


Your skin is one of the first things others see, and one of the things you deserve to feel good about. Call our office at (855) 400-3818 to get the care you need for clearer, healthier skin.

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