We want to review the methods of removing dimples in this article. What treatment methods can be used to eliminate this complication? What should be done for large and bulky dimples? What are the appropriate drugs for this complication?
A pimple, abscess, or pus is a painful buildup of pus at one point that often occurs due to a bacterial infection. Dimples can occur anywhere on the body, often skin (under the skin) or internally (inside the body, inside an organ, or between organs).
Dermal dermatitis usually appears as a swollen purulent gland under the skin. Sometimes it may be accompanied by symptoms such as fever and chills.
Internal dimples are more difficult to diagnose, but are associated with symptoms such as pain in the affected area, high body temperature, and general malaise.
The dermis may dry out on its own or it may simply shrink and disappear without special treatment. Larger dimples require antibiotics, and sometimes pus may be needed (with a syringe and needle or by making a small incision next to the abscess).