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Large AKN Bump Removal: Amazing Before & After AKN Surgery Results

Published on January 22, 2022. Last Updated on July 14, 2022.

AKN Can Happen at Any Point During Adulthood: AKN is primarily known to affect people of color and can happen at any point during adulthood. What first appears to be small or large bumps on the back of the head or scalp, sometimes even mistaken as a barber’s rash, keloids, or acne, shaving bumps, AKN can quickly worsen time and grow into larger bumps that become harder to manage or treat. See more information about this patient’s large AKN bump removal below.

Suppose you suspect that you may have AKN. In that case, it is best to consult a specialized AKN dermatologist near you, such as Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA The Bumpinator, to diagnose the condition so that it does not get any worse with time.

One such example of AKN removal surgery success can be seen in this one patient who has had success with Dr. U’s Skin & Hair Clinic in Manhattan Beach, CA.

AKN can happen at any point during adulthood. Large AKN Bump Removal - Before & After AKN Surgery Results.

AKN can happen at any point during adulthood. Large AKN Bump Removal – Before & After AKN Surgery Results.

AKN Removal Surgery Patient Testimony:

According to this happy and satisfied patient, the staff and Dr. Umar had made him feel “very comfortable” at all points of the procedure.

“It was a pleasure having [Dr. Umar AKA The Bumpinator] for the operation.”

The “surgery [results] looks good, and Dr. Umar had done a great job.”

“I recommend that anyone with AKN come to Dr. Umar – he’s the best!”

VIDEO: Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator Large AKN Bump Removal Results

 

AKN Classification by Dr. Sanusi Umar

AKN (Acne Keloidalis Nuchae) is often mistaken for something else it is not, such as Barber’s Rash, acne, keloids, or other skin conditions.

Not all dermatologists or doctors who specialize in skin conditions are acutely aware of what AKN is and how to treat it in the best manner possible. Therefore it is best to consult a dermatologist with extensive experience in dealing with AKN to get the best results for AKN removal, whether it be post-surgery results or permanent prevention of AKN reappearance.

Fortunately, if you have come to Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, you have come to the right place.

Due to Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator’s cutting-edge work in AKN research and treatment, from countless successful procedures of AKN removal of all kinds and severities, Dr. U was able to publish an AKN classification system that is currently used at the forefront of modern medicine to help classify and treat AKN patients worldwide, more accurately and effectively.

This AKN classification system can be seen in the diagram shown below.

AKN Classification, Acne Keloidalis Nuchae Classification. Significant AKN findings researched and published by Dr. Sanusi Umar AKA Dr. U, The Bumpinator.

AKN Classification, Acne Keloidalis Nuchae Classification. These significant AKN research findings were discovered and published by Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA Dr. U, The Bumpinator.

Visit here for more information regarding the peer-reviewed medical journal Dr. U 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 Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator

Successful AKN removal procedures such as these are always inspirational and heartwarming to see.

If you experience or suffer from AKN, know that Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, has your back.

Schedule a free consultation now using the button below.

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FAQ – Commonly Asked Questions Regarding AKN

How do I tell if it is AKN, Acne, or Barber’s Rash?

When you have small bumps on the back of your head or scalp, it could be several conditions. Although AKN is not acne or Barber’s Rash, it is a condition that is very similar to it. Yet AKN, unlike acne or barber’s rash, can quickly worsen and develop into something that is much more painful, large, and hard to manage.

In summary, it is best to consult with a qualified AKN specialist such as Dr. U to see what you have and to conclude the best treatment methods.

What causes AKN?

Many rumors have spread around the internet about how dirty razors or shears cause AKN. Many people mistakenly believe that AKN is a form of “barber’s rash.”

This is not true. Recent research states that the root cause of AKN is folliculitis. In plain terms, folliculitis is a condition of ingrown hairs that grow back into the hair root or follicle, irritating it. Although modern medicine and science are still studying the root cause of AKN extensively, it is widely concluded by doctors and scientists that AKN stems from this folliculitis and the body or scalp’s inflammation as a response to it.

In summary, AKN is caused due to ingrown hair inflaming the hair follicle.

When is the best time to see a Dermatologist for AKN?

AKN is a complicated and relatively new condition. Diagnosing AKN immediately as soon as possible is crucial to prevent it from getting worse and more unmanageable. Coming to the right skin specialist who knows how to treat AKN effectively is also critical.

If you suspect that you have AKN, it is best to see a dermatologist who is an expert in treating AKN, such as Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA The Bumpinator. You can do so immediately using the “Free Consultation” button above to schedule a free consultation and get your possible AKN bump checked so we can help resolve this issue before it gets out of hand – before the AKN becomes more painful costly, and harder to manage.

Further Reading

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References

  1. 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].
  2. 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].
  3. 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].
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