Acne can sometimes leave scars behind if not treated properly. These scars can often be difficult to remove, with various forms of facial surgery being a typical option. In most cases, the scars can be prevented by just taking a few measures while the acne is still present, such as using the medication properly.
Modern plastic surgery has its origins in World War I, when a man called Sir Harold Delf Gillies, known as the father of plastic surgery, pioneered many of the techniques being used on patients today. He stressed the need to achieve aesthetically pleasing results along with restoring the lost function to patients undergoing reconstructive surgery.
This article is about Lyme disease. This disease is transmitted through bites of infected deer ticks. Early stage symptoms of Lyme disease may include red, bulls-eye like rashes that are most often accompanied by flu-like symptoms. Muscle and joint pain may also occur. If left untreated, Lyme disease may cause further complications like meningo-encephalitis, myocarditis, and Lyme arthritis.