Published on December 14, 2021. Last Updated on July 14, 2022.
AKN Removal Amazing 7-Month Transformation
Say Goodbye to AKN Bumps: AKN, also known as Acne Keloidalis Nuchae, is a rare condition that may affect some men of color or men with particular hair types. If you have been dealing with this condition, do not lose hope. Although AKN is a relatively new condition that the medical world has not fully explored, Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA The Bumpinator, is here to help. If you are looking for a permanent solution to your AKN bump, such as Acne Keloidalis Nuchae Laser Surgical Removal, or perhaps other forms of AKN removal, rest assured that Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, a pioneer and expert in this relatively new field of AKN removal, has several solutions that can help you rid of these bumps. Continue below to see the before and after picture results of this particular AKN removal patient who had a severe case of AKN, helped by none other than Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator himself.
AKN Removal Before & After Results: 7 Months Post AKN Surgery
A licensed and experienced medical professional best does Acne Keloidalis Nuchae surgical removal with extensive experience dealing with AKN patients.
There are 2 different ways to treat AKN:
- Acne Keloidalis Nuchae laser removal
- Acne Keloidalis Nuchae radiation therapy
For the most part, Acne Keloidalis Nuchae laser removal is sufficient for most cases of AKN – but there have been cases even more severe than the patient below where AKN had to be treated using radiation therapy. In the case of the AKN patient below, Dr. U only had to use Acke Keloidalis Nuchae laser removal to remove the thick AKN scarring on the back of the patient’s head.
In 7-months’ time, this AKN patient’s transformation and AKN healing can be documented in the before and after picture results shown below:
The Bumpinator & Dr. Pimple Popper: An Unstoppable Power Duo Against Acne Keloidalis Nuchae
Initially, the story of this now triumphant AKN patient started with Dr. Sandra Lee, AKA Dr. Pimple Popper.
When she saw that this was a severe AKN, she contacted Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, to work together to help remove this severe case of AKN.
In this case of Acne Keloidalis Nuchae removal, it was decided that Acne Keloidalis Nuchae laser removal was necessary to remove the AKN bumps surgically and other pervasive AKN scarring found along the back of the patient’s head.
Dr. Pimple Popper and Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator were able to help remove the AKN scarring on the AKN patient’s back of the head, and the near-full recovery and hair growth that was possible afterward can be seen in the before and after picture results shown above.
In his own words, this now satisfied and happy AKN removal patient “could not be happier with the results.”
Now, this man can have complete confidence to go out in public without needing to cover up his AKN bumps with hats or other accessories.
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Different Types of AKN Explained: AKN Types, AKN Classification by Dr. Sanusi Umar
Although AKN (Acne Keloidalis Nuchae) is a relatively new condition just recently discovered in the medical world, Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA The Bumpinator, is known for his pioneering work in AKN research, AKN removal, and more.
One such significant finding in AKN is the newly discovered AKN classification system, which was discovered, researched, and published by none other than Dr. Sanusi Umar himself:
Although AKN is a relatively new condition in the medical world, Dr. Sanusi Umar is one of the leading experts on AKN.
With numerous cases of AKN treated successfully, ranging from light to the most severe, Dr. Umar has several options available to help treat your AKN.
To get in touch with Dr. U, follow the “free consultation” page below and click here to schedule a free consultation, or use the free consultation link here.
Click here for more information regarding the peer-reviewed medical journal Dr. U has published on Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (AKN) classification.
Visit here for more research and information regarding how the AKN this classification system can significantly help diagnose and treat AKN conditions.
Eliminate Unwanted AKN Bumps Now with The Bumpinator
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If you are experiencing an AKN or believe you might have AKN, know that the Bumpinator is here to help. Although AKN or Acne Keloidalis Nuchae is a relatively new condition in the medical world, know that Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA The Bumpinator, is recognized worldwide as one of the pioneers of successful AKN removal methods, who has had extensive experiences and successes with AKN patients of all types and severities.
Whatever case you may have, Dr. U can help diagnose your condition and help guide you through the AKN removal process seamlessly – so far, he stands undefeated against all bumps!
If you are experiencing bumps on the back of your head and believe it may be AKN (Acne keloidalis nuchae) and would like to talk to Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator himself, schedule a free consultation now using the button below.
FAQ – Commonly Asked Questions About Removing A Large-Sized AKN Bump
Is AKN Acne?
Although AKN is an abbreviation for “Acne Keloidalis Nuchae,” AKN is not 100% related to acne.
AKN does not occur “as a result of acne vulgaris, but rather a folliculitis” due to an ingrown hair inflaming the hair follicle.
Rather than oils, dirt, or other substances blocking the pores, which happens with regular acne, AKN typically occurs due to an ingrown hair blockage of the hair follicle.
Thus, the ensuing painful and uncomfortable bumps, and scarring which generally accompany AKN, often happen due to the body’s autoimmune or natural responses to these ingrown hairs and the area surrounding these ingrown hair follicles.
Does AKN Affect Men of All Hair Types?
AKN is a condition that develops almost exclusively in young, Black, or African American men and men of Hispanic descent.
Where Does AKN Develop?
Generally, AKN develops in the regions near the occipital scalp and posterior neck.
AKN scarring can include keloid-like bumps or outer growth of the skin in these areas, thickening of the skin affected or around the AKN, AKN bumps, other outer growth, and more.
How do I know if the bump or bumps on the back of my head is Acne Keloidalis Nuchae or just regular Acne?
In one way, AKN is progressive and, for the most part, will continue to grow over time, increasing in size and complexity.
Additionally, there is often new skin growth, or developments of skin scarring, that is unique in AKN and not found in the case of acne patients.
Suppose this is the case, and you continue to experience skin bumps, developments of pus, increased inflammation, or discomfort. In that case, it is best to have these symptoms checked by a doctor specializing in AKN treatment and removal before the condition complicates or worsens.
Does AKN Get Worse Over Time?
Due to the nature of the condition, AKN can develop into worse and worse conditions over time, especially if left unchecked or untreated.
Suppose you think you may have AKN or Acne Keloidalis Nuchae. In that case, it is best to first consult with a licensed and qualified medical professional such as Dr. Umar to understand the core nature of your condition and to help plan an effective countermeasure for it as soon as possible, before the condition gets worse or much harder to treat.
Is AKN A New Medical Condition?
AKN is a relatively new condition just discovered in the medical world, so there may not be many physicians or licensed medical professionals who may be aware of AKN and its treatment options.
It is recommended that you schedule a consultation as soon as you can with an AKN expert such as Dr. Umar to ensure that the condition does not get worse and so that measures can be taken to prevent further damage as soon as possible.
What is Acne Keloidalis Nuchae?
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- Emedicine.medscape.com. 2021. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (AKN): Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology of AKN. [online] Available at: <https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1072149-overview> [Accessed 10 November 2021].
- S, U., DJ, L. and JJ, L., 2021. A Retrospective Cohort Study and Clinical Classification System of Acne Keloidalis Nuchae. [online] PubMed. Available at: <https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34055191/> [Accessed 11 November 2021].
- Practical Dermatology. 2021. New AKN Classification System May Improve Treatment – Practical Dermatology. [online] Available at: <https://practicaldermatology.com/news/new-akn-classification-system-may-improve-treatment> [Accessed 11 November 2021].