Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the U.S., affecting roughly 60 million people each year. While many cases are mild and can be controlled with medication and a consistent at-home cleansing program, many individuals have it so severely that scarring may occur. Acne generally is a combo of pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, small cysts, and other red, itchy, and inflamed areas on the skin. Caused by a blend of dead skin cells, bacteria, and clogged pores, it is most frequently seen in teenagers but can affect adults well into their 40s. Acne most often appears on the face, chest, and back. To return the skin to a healthy, glowing appearance, Jennifer Dharamsi, M.D. at Legacy Dermatology & Restoration Center in Frisco, TX and her team of practitioners can offer numerous treatment choices, ranging from custom at-home cleansing systems to medications and laser treatments.
"Absolutely amazing. Doctor Jennifer Dharamsi is the best in her field. I love her manner and approach to the patient’s issues , her prescription works like magic and I love how she has almost all products available on hand and never charges a cent above market value of the products. All other providers charge extra for products available at hand but not her. Her work ethic is superb and all the assistants are highly professional and very kind. I love my visits to this practice as it’s great value for money and the care provided is superb. My acne and dark spots cleared up and all my skin care and hair issues were resolved within weeks of starting on Dr J Dharamsi’s advice and products. Absolutely awesome."- A.A. / Google / Aug 19, 2020
"Dr. Dharamsi has been my dermatologist since I moved to Texas in 2018. The clinic is beautiful, the staff is kind, patient and helpful. Most importantly, Dr. Dharamsi is extremely knowledgeable, thorough and willing to address and discuss any and all of my skin related concerns from skin cancer to acne, and is even conscious of cost associated with procedures or recommended treatments. I highly, highly recommend."- J.W. / Google / Jan 19, 2021
"Finally on the path of correcting acne I have been struggling with my whole life. Thank you, Legacy Dermatology!"- A.C. / Google / Sep 25, 2021
"Patrice is the best! She listens to me and always has extra suggestions above and beyond the acne and redness issues I came in for!"- S.P. / Google / Oct 23, 2021
"Before finding Dr Jenny Dharamsi we tried 4 dermatologist in this area , had bad experiences. Both my daughters had acne , their confidence was low and they were teased at school. (12 and 15 years old) As a mother I felt helpless, was in search of a dermatologist that listened, heard us and treated the girls as individuals. Am happy to say both girls have clear complexions and glow with confidence. We highly recommended Dr Dharamsi and are so blessed we found her . She really cares!"- S.F. / Facebook / Jan 01, 2022
A flare-up of acne can occur for a number of different reasons, including hormonal fluctuations associated with puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. Additionally, certain medications and drugs (such as birth control pills) can cause acne, as well as stress and a poor diet. Once the precise cause of acne is diagnosed, a proper treatment plan can be established.
Acne symptoms can vary in conjunction with the kind of acne you have and its severity. Blemishes are a common, obvious symptom of acne and present in many diverse forms, such as blackheads, whiteheads, cysts, pustules, papules, and nodules. Each form of blemish ranges from mild to severe and will need to be treated accordingly. Studies have shown that acne can also create emotional symptoms, like low self-esteem and depression. Other symptoms associated with acne are dark spots on the skin and permanent scars.
Research indicates that over-the-counter medications don't treat acne effectively. Legacy Dermatology & Restoration Center offers numerous treatment alternatives to control and manage acne and clear its symptoms. For milder cases of acne, prescription medications, such as topical solutions and creams that contain salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, and retinoids, might help. There are also oral antibiotics, such as minocycline, doxycycline, or tetracycline, that are effective to use. Along with topical and oral prescriptions, laser treatments have also proven effective. Not only can a laser treatment help deep clean and attack dead skin cells under the dermal layer, but it can also help reduce redness and other pigmentation issues linked with acne. Chemical peels and extractions may also help, depending on the sort of acne you are experiencing.
Clear Your Complexion
If you are sick of covering your acne with makeup or enduring the physical pain, embarrassment, and emotional affliction that may develop from this condition, we encourage you to contact Legacy Dermatology & Restoration Center to schedule an appointment today. We will provide a thorough skin analysis and create a tailored treatment plan to help clear up your complexion as swiftly as possible.