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Acne Education, Process

Board-Certified Dermatologists: The Acne Professionals

When you’re having car troubles, you call a mechanic. When you want to get in shape, you work with a personal trainer. When the pipes below the sink crack and leak, you contact a plumber.

When your acne flares up, you see a board-certified dermatologist.

 

Anyone with acne knows it can be painful, troublesome, and can destroy your confidence. Dealing with the pain and appearance of acne day in and day out can cause tons of added stress and worry. We get it. And we’re here to help.

Skin Care

The Difference of Refine Acne Clinics 

We offer many specialized treatment options to meet your unique skin needs. Because we are operated by a board-certified dermatologist, RAC can offer some very unique advantages. Not only is the dermatologist’s expertise more likely to create an effective treatment plan, but that plan can also include a variety of dermatology-grade solutions. 

Everyone’s skin is different; therefore everyone’s treatment plan should be, too. Helping you find the best treatment or combination of treatments is our number one priority, and we won’t stop until you’re confident in your skin.

Sure, you could seek skin solutions from less specialized providers– or even attempt to do it yourself. But, your skin is your largest organ and proper acne care has many nuances, so it’s important to seek professionals with the proper training to assess and treat acne.

Board-certified dermatologists are the go-to medical professional for all your skin needs. They’ve received years (we’re talking 12+ years) of school and training to ensure they’re equipped to understand the complexities of acne and offer clients specialized treatments that get them the clear skin they desire.

A board-certified dermatologist has completed medical school, an internship, and a specialized dermatology residency program. They have a license to practice medicine and have passed the exams given by the American Board of Dermatology.

 

Not all acne programs or online doctor visits are the same. Most online platforms use “dermatology providers”, which is a loose term that includes medical professionals, but likely not board-certified dermatologists. Many of these dermatology providers are qualified, accomplished medical providers, but there is no replacing the training and expertise of a board-certified dermatologist. 

If you’re ready to see real results from certified professionals, contact Refine Acne Clinics today.

 

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