Rosacea is a very common skin disease that causes facial redness, persistent flushing, broken blood vessels, bumps, pimples, rhinophyma (enlargement of the nose) and eye irritation. Rosacea can also cause burning, stinging and other types of discomfort. Left untreated, Rosacea may become worse, therefore, it is very important to seek medical attention to control symptoms. Treatments for Rosacea include antibiotics, laser therapy, skin care products and the appropriate lifestyle changes.
Frequently Asked Questions About Treatment Rosacea in New Haven County:
Is Rosacea contagious?
No, Rosacea is not contagious.
Is there a cure for Rosacea?
No, Rosacea is a chronic disease, However, there are certain medication and steps you can take to control your symptoms and “look normal” again.
What kinds of treatments are used to help reduce the symptoms Rosacea?
Treatments for Rosacea include topical creams, laser and light based treatments, and other similar procedures.
How can I get started treating my Rosacea at The Dermatology Group in New Haven County?
To learn more about how The Dermatology Group can help treat you Rosacea, schedule your appointment by calling (203) 865-6143 or contact us here.