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Multiple Large AKN Bumps Removal: AKN Surgery Success Before & After Results

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

Multiple AKN Bumps Removal: AKN bumps, which primarily collect around the back of the head or scalp, can have adverse negative effects on your health, quality of life, comfort, and emotional health. Known to worsen over time,  AKN should be diagnosed and treated immediately or as soon as possible so that it does not worsen and become unmanageable or harder to treat.

Suppose, for any reason; you suspect that you may have AKN. In that case, it is highly recommended to consult a specialized AKN dermatologist such as Dr. Sanusi Umar, AKA The Bumpinator, to diagnose the condition immediately so that it does not get any worse and so that your precious time and money are not wasted on treatments that do not work.

Benefits of AKN Removal: What Does it Feel Like to Have AKN Bumps Removed?

Many of Dr. U’s AKN patients come from all walks of life. They have reported great satisfaction, relief, and personal triumph in finally being able to attain the personal freedom and liberty they had always yearned for from the painful day-to-day realities of living with AKN:

  1. No more bloody pillows
  2. No more aching pain in the back of the head
  3. No more strange looks from strangers or others in public
  4. Elevated feelings of self-confidence

One such patient who has had a successful AKN removal surgery at the hands of Dr. U can be seen below.

AKN Removal Surgery: Before & After Picture Results Post-Surgery

Below is an example of AKN removal surgery results done by Dr. U himself in the Dr. U Skin & Hair Clinic, located in Manhattan Beach, California, USA, where a patient was able to successfully leave behind his AKN bumps for a smoother, more natural look for the back of his head and scalp.

Using precise surgical methods, Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator was able to effectively remove these large AKN bumps and leave a natural-looking scar for the patient.

Using precise surgical methods and patented recovery methods, Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, effectively removed these large AKN bumps and left a natural-looking scar for the patient. One of Dr. U’s greatest strengths in treating these severe cases of AKN is found not only in his ability to remove AKN bumps effectively but also in his professional ability to leave his patients with a clean and natural-looking scar similar to a natural, dashing hairline.

AKN Removal: Combining Cutting Edge-Medical Knowledge with an Artistic Sensibility

Known as a pioneer in the field of AKN removal, from diagnosis to treatment, Dr. U is also known for his artistic hand and eye.

A critical part of AKN surgery is not only the success of its removal and the prevention of its reappearance but also the healing and scarification process.

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 following the patient’s natural hairline.

This critical cosmetic part contributes much to the patient’s satisfaction and happiness in their AKN removal results post-surgery.

Using specific methods of AKN diagnosis and removal, Dr. U can successfully remove AKN bumps from his patients, leaving a clean and natural-looking scar reminiscent of a natural hairline that harmonizes following the patient’s features.

Below you can find a clear before and after video presentation of this one man’s successful AKN removal and the post-healing results after his surgery.

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

AKN Classification by Dr. Sanusi Umar

Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, is known for pioneering work in AKN diagnosis and treatment. You can find information below regarding Dr. U and his work in AKN classification, which is now used in studies and clinics worldwide to help classify and treat AKN patients from all walks of life 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.

Experience Freedom From Unwanted AKN Bumps, Now & For All With The Help of The Bumpinator

Once AKN bumps have been removed, many patients report that a “weight” has been lifted – physically from the back of their heads and mentally – knowing that they are now finally free from the constant pain and unwanted attention that comes with having AKN. 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.

Know that no matter your situation, from minor bumps to large, Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, has got your back.

Schedule a free video consultation now using the button below.

Claim your free consultation now to see how Dr. U AKA Dr. Bumpinator Can Help Your AKN.

FAQ – Commonly Asked Questions Regarding AKN

What can I do to prevent my AKN from getting worse?

Due to AKN bumps being painful and often itchy, it is common for AKN patients to scratch, rub, or pop AKN bumps.

Yet, scratching, rubbing, or shaving the back of your head or neck where AKN bumps lay may cause your AKN to worsen.

It is also best to keep the area where your AKN bumps are as clean as possible while touching or irritating it as little as possible.

Suppose you have AKN or suspect that you have AKN. In that case, it is best to schedule a free consultation with Dr. U, AKA The Bumpinator, using the button above to diagnose and treat your AKN immediately –  before the situation worsens into something more painful, significant, and harder to manage.

What are some signs of AKN worsening?

AKN follows many stages, as shown in Dr. U’s AKN Classification Types Chart.

Signs of AKN worsening can be seen in the growth of merged papules, nodules, bumps, plaques, and more.

Typically, if your AKN bumps are getting bigger, it is a clear sign that your AKN is growing in severity and, therefore, should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible.

As one can see from the AKN Classification Chart mentioned above, AKN can spread to the whole back of the head or converge together into a large tumor or plaque that is hard to hide and manage.

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.

Further Reading

20+ Years of Living with AKN Finally Cured by Dr. U AKA The Bumpinator

Learn more about the real-life man behind Dr.Bumpinator himself, Sanusi Umar MD

What is AKN?

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].
  4. 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].
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