Rosacea is a common disorder of facial skin that is estimated to affect more than 16 million Americans. The most common presentations are red, burning, or irritated skin on the cheeks, nose and chin, or red bumps and pustules in these areas. Other types of rosacea can cause bumpy, irregular texture changes to the skin or even affect the eyes, causing symptoms of dryness, and irritation. Over time, many of these changes can leave behind lasting skin changes such as continuous redness of the face.
There are many effective ways to treat Rosacea, which include topical and oral medications, laser treatments, electrosurgery, as well as learning about the disorder and avoiding the known foods and environmental triggers. Give us a call today at Kessel Dermatology to discuss what we can do to make your rosacea less burdensome.
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