What is Acne?
Acne is complicated. No two cases are the same and thus should not be managed the same. Acne is a common condition that can be experienced in both men and women, and can develop at any age as a result of a number of environmental conditions such as stress, genetics, diet and hormonal changes.
How It Works
Here at River Medical, we offer a complete acne treatment plan, with each patient receiving a thorough skin analysis and a personalised plan of action. Your River Medical Registered Nurse will advise you on the best combination of treatments to actively manage your acne, meaning the right treatment plan will be found for you.
Scars left behind from Acne can be a source of distress, however there is an effective treatment that can reduce the appearance of the scars, Fraxel has proven highly effective at treating Acne Scarring.
Frequently Asked Questions about Acne Management Programs
Does the treatment hurt?
The combination of treatments used to manage acne have minimum discomfort associated with them however your River Medical Registered General Nurse will advise you during your consultation.
How long is each treatment?
The treatment length varies depending on the what treatment or combination of treatments that your Registered General Nurse recommends to address your concern.
How many treatments will I need?
People often see results after one treatment however, your River Medical Registered General Nurse will advise you on the amount of treatments that will achieve your desired results.
How soon will I see results?
Again the speed with which you see results depends on the severity of the acne that your treating. Your River Medical Registered General Nurse will assess both your skin and your concern in a free consultation and will outline your treatment plan and the time it will take to achieve your desired results.
How long will it take to recover?
You can go back to regular activity straight after treatment. You may experience mild redness however this typically settles after a few hours.
Who will do my Treatment?
A Registered General Nurse