Published on April 14, 2022. Last Updated on July 14, 2022.
AKN Removal Results Los Angeles: AKN bumps, which can be found as small or large acne-like or keloid-like bumps around the back of the head, are often mistaken for barber’s rash. AKN is not a condition caused due to hygiene or dirty razors, but it is borne from a genetic condition. It is similar to Folliculitis in that ingrown hairs cause inflammation at the follicular level, creating itchiness, bumps, and scarring pustules that can grow bigger and deeper over time.
Due to AKN being a condition and a disease that is known to worsen over time, AKN should be diagnosed and treated immediately to prevent further damage to the scalp and hair.
Fortunately, if you suspect that you may have AKN, Dr. Sanusi Umar, MD, AKA The Bumpinator, is here to help as a dermatologist with specialized experience in diagnosing and effectively treating AKN. Results of his permanent AKN-removal surgery can be found in the pictures and videos below.
AKN Removal Surgery: Before & After Picture Results Post-Surgery
Dr. U completed this AKN removal surgery at the Dr. U Skin & Hair Clinic, Manhattan Beach, California, USA.
Note how Dr. U, using self-invented, patented, and patent-pending techniques provided his AKN removal patient with a clean and natural-looking hairline post-AKN surgery.
The patient needs to heal a natural-looking scar where the AKN used to be so that the back of the scalp or head can naturally heal per the patient’s natural hairline.
This critical cosmetic part contributes to the patient’s satisfaction and happiness in their AKN removal results post-surgery.
VIDEO: Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator Large AKN Bump Removal Results
AKN Classification by Dr. Sanusi Umar
AKN Removal Results Los Angeles: Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, is a pioneer and expert in AKN research and removal. One of his most significant contributions to modern medicine was this AKN Classification Chart & System shown below, which is currently used by doctors worldwide to diagnose and treat AKN cases. There are few standardized processes or treatments that have been successful in the general realm of modern medicine. Still, Dr. Sanusi Umar’s approach to AKN removal has been successful, permanently for a long list of patients.
Experience Freedom From Unwanted AKN Bumps, Now & For All With The Help of The Bumpinator
Many patients suffering from AKN (Acne Keloidalis Nuchae) have traveled far and wide through numerous dermatologists everywhere, searching for a permanent cure.
Often, their final stop is at Dr. U’s clinic here in Manhattan Beach. If you suspect you have AKN, it is best to consult with an experienced dermatologist who has had extensive experience in diagnosing and treating AKN patients.
If you experience painful or unwanted bumps on the back of your head or scalp, it may be time to talk to Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, to figure out precisely what it is you have and what can be done to treat it.
Schedule a free video consultation now using the button below.
FAQ – Commonly Asked Questions Regarding AKN
How big can AKN bumps get?
Unfortunately, AKN is known to worsen over time, meaning that AKN bumps can grow in size ranging from their depth, width, the affected area, and more.
Many cases of severe AKN require extensive treatment such as radiation therapy and laser removal to remove successfully.
Whether you have AKN bumps in the size of small peas, or AKN bumps in the size of wide scars or bands, plaques, nodules, or more on the back of your head, it is best to consult with a dermatologist who has had extensive experience with AKN, such as Dr. Umar AKA The Bumpinator. To do so, schedule a free video consultation using the “Free Consultation” button above.
Is AKN related to Folliculitis?
In a sense, AKN is related to Folliculitis because there is a genetic condition that results in ingrown hairs in the patient, which eventually cascades into significant inflammation in the back of the head. Other related conditions to AKN, such as Folliculitis Decalvans (FD), which Dr. Sanusi Umar also diagnoses and treats successfully.
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- 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].
- Clinics, U., 2022. Acne keloidalis nuchae (AKN). [online] University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics. Available at: <https://uihc.org/health-topics/acne-keloidalis-nuchae-akn> [Accessed 22 January 2022].