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Subcision in acne scarring: A review of clinical trials

Acne scarring is the most common long-term result of acne vulgaris. The article "u2010acne scarring is the most common permanent sign of acne vulgaris. Subcision is a surgical procedure in which a needle or blunt cannula is introduced under the scar and bounces back and forth to remove fibrotic strands and establish new connective tissue, thus raising the atrophic scars. We investigated the effectiveness and adverse effects of various subcision techniques alone or in combination with other modalities to treat acne scars in this review. Four articles reviewed blunt cannulau2010-based subcision as a novel technique, while others explored the combination of subcision with other modalities. Subcision is a safe and effective treatment for atrophic acne scars, according to our results. Both Needleu2010-based subcision and cannulau2010-based subcision have similar success, with the former causing fewer side effects and inducing greater patient satisfaction. Microneedling or fractionated microneedle radiofrequency combinations have also been safe and efficient.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jocd.15480


The impact of face masks on acne‐prone skin in Polish young adults during COVID‐19 pandemic

For the first time, the aim of the research was to investigate the effects of respiratory protective products on reported skin disease in patients with acne or reporting acne. Acne exacerbations were deemed more common and more severe in women than in men, according to reports. The number of days per week that a mask was worn was attributed to acne exacerbation was between changing cosmetic products and facial skin decontamination before or after using masks. Masks, according to respondents, contribute greatly to skin condition worsening by exacerbating current and causing new acne lesions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dth.15922


Which is more effective in atrophic acne scars treatment microneedling alone or platelet rich plasma alone or combined both therapeutic modalities?

In the treatment of atrophic post-u2010acne scars, we wanted to compare the effectiveness of microneedling alone, intradermal injection of platelet rich plasma alone, and mixed microneedling with PRP. Adult patients with facial scars from the 2010acne scars were randomly selected and divided into two groups: A and B. The left sides of their faces were treated with microneedling by dermapen and PRP, while on the right side of the faces microneedling alone was carried out. Group B: contained 15 patients; the left sides of their faces were treated with microneedling and PRP, while the right sides of their faces were treated with intradermal injection of PRP. Skin microneedling, PRP, and combined microneedling with PRP are all effective therapeutic techniques in atrophic postu2010acne scars treatment.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dth.15925


Therapeutic Efficacy of Metronidazole by Needle‐free Jet Injection Combined with Blue Light Therapy in Moderate‐to‐Severe Facial Acne Vulgaris

The blue light+metronidazole group demonstrated a bigger improvement in skin lesion removal and skin barrier restoration in comparison to the baseline and the two control groups. In conclusion, NTJI's combination of blue light and metronidazole has a synergistic result and can be used to treat acne skin lesion within 6 weeks in the treatment of moderate and moderate acne vulgaris from 2010 to 2011, according to u2010, this therapy has good stability and a high adherence rate.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jocd.15442


Ablative fractional carbon dioxide laser combined with autologous platelet‐rich plasma in the treatment of atrophic acne scars: A systematic review and meta‐analysis

Atrophic acne scars are the most common cutaneous seqaule of acne vulgaris, accounting for 80%–u201390% of all acne scars. The gold standard treatment for atrophic scarring is the Ablative fractional carbon dioxide laser. The aim of the present systematic review and metaanalysis was to determine the efficacy and safety of PRP and Ablative FCO2 laser therapy of moderate to severe atrophic acne scarring. With respect to the effectiveness and safety measures that were included, randomized controlled trials that compared PRP in combination with a ablative FCO2 laser to a ablative FCO2 laser alone were compared. The use of laser and PRP combined resulted in statistically significant clinical growth and patient satisfaction in comparison to laser alone use. In treating moderate to severe atrophic acne scars, the combined therapy of laser and PRP was highly synergistic, efficient, and safe.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dth.15888

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