If you have redness and visible blood vessels on your face, you may have a condition known as Rosacea. This common but unsightly skin condition affects around 16 million people, including people of all skin types. Most sufferers are patients that have fair or sensitive skin. If you are struggling with Rosacea, Dr. Darm and the team at Aesthetic Medicine have proven solutions to help keep your flare-ups at bay.
Rosacea is characterized by redness of the skin on the face accompanied by:
Rosacea has no known cause, but sufferers often find specific factors that can cause their condition to flare. Exposure to the sun, drinking hot beverages or eating spicy foods, strong emotions, and even exercise can contribute to flareups.
Though rosacea is not a health risk, it can make you feel self-conscious. Aesthetic Medicine offers a solution through laser therapy to reduce inflammation and redness to restore confidence.
Ongoing maintenance is necessary to keep flare-ups at bay.
Our center has performed thousands of treatments for Rosacea over the past 20 years. Laser treatment at Aesthetic Medicine can lessen redness and inflammation, remove spider veins, and reduce the appearance of the small red bumps associated with Rosacea. Treatment depends on the extent of Rosacea and how well the patient responds to treatment. With minimal pain and downtime, we can ease the discomfort and appearance that Rosacea brings.
Our team will schedule a series of appointments three weeks apart for most patients, and treatments will continue until we achieve the desired results. Depending on the extent of the problem, this can take between three and nine treatments. Again, sometimes touch-up appointments are needed to keep rosacea under control and limit future flare-ups.
Over the years, our center has performed over 10,000 treatments, and people come from all over the world to have their rosacea treated by Dr. Darm. If you are ready for effective, non-invasive treatment for rosacea, schedule a consultation to discuss laser treatment with Aesthetic Medicine today.