Acne is a skin condition that can affect adults as well, not just teenagers. Acne can vary in severity and in some cases can scar the skin if left untreated. Effective, non-invasive treatments are available at Dr Victoria Clinic to help heal inflamed skin, reduce pimples, spots and prevent them from returning.
Acne scarring is caused by severe acne that is left untreated. Some cases of acne can leave you with acne scars which appear as depressed hollows or holes in your skin known as atrophic scars, or raised scars known as hypertrophic scarring. Redness and other discolouration from acne can also remain for a few months, but usually fades on its own.
Subconscious excessive teeth grinding, or bruxism that can cause you discomfort can be treated at Dr Victoria Clinic. Bruxism can occur when you’re awake or asleep so you may not even be aware of the disorder. However, some people can suffer from jaw disorders, severe headaches and damaged teeth if left untreated.
Cellulite is a very common, harmless skin condition that causes lumpy, dimpled like skin flesh mainly in the buttocks, abdomen and thighs area. Cellulite can affect both male and females, but is more common in females due to the different distributions of fat, muscle and connective tissue.
Labial sagging also know as labial hypertrophy describes the enlargement of the vaginal lips. It can affect both sets of labia, but is more likely to affect the labia minora, prominent inner lips, than labia majora the outer lips. The size and shape of people’s genitals vary significantly from person-to-person. Having asymmetrical inner lips is common but it is also normal for each side to have it’s own shape.
Some wrinkles can become deep crevices or furrows and can become especially prevalent around the mouth and neck, known as marionette lines or nasolabial folds. Marionette lines around your mouth can change your facial expression and sometimes make you look unhappy when you’re not. Nasolabial lines commonly known as smile lines or laugh lines are the lines which run from each side of the nose to the corners of the mouth.
Fungal nail infections can be stubborn to treat, unsightly, embarrassing and are very common. They are not serious but they can sometimes take a long time to treat if not done properly. Fungal infections usually affect your toenails, but you can get them on your fingernails too.