Recurrent skin disease and rosacea can be efficiently treated whatever its state.
Redness on the face, small blood vessels noticeable on the nose and cheeks, inflammations or small pimples on the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin… you are a victim of rosacea? In order to reduce or even stop the evolution of that skin disease, see a doctor of the Parisian laser center; solutions do exist!
Rosacea is a chronic and evolutionary skin disease causing inflammatory state and redness on the face. The nose and cheeks are usually touched first, subject to a purplish complexion and then followed by the forehead and chin. It corresponds to a genetic elasticity of the vessels which can evolve into 3 states of evolution:
Quite common, couperose touches about 15% of the population
Couperose can touch any individual within an age of 20 to 70, but adults between an age of 30 to 50 with a fair complexion, and whose skin tends to get easily red are more often infected. Although women are more subject to couperose / rosacea than men, men are prone to develop rhinophyma which is characterized by a swollen, bumpy red nose and usually the cause of a rosacea acne that must have been neglected. The treatment require the use of an ablative continuous or fractional laser
For an adapted treatment against rosacea, schedule an appointment at the Parisian laser center.
Rosacea / couperose can appear and be noticeable through these following symptoms:
Rosacea is an life time disease but available treatments can eliminate symptoms, especially if you start at an early stage of the disease: otherwise, rosacea can generate irreversible face damage.
Treatment depends on symptoms. Efficient vascular lasers can give substantial improvement or stabilize the disease.
For acne, the doctor can prescribe antibiotics
This efficient treatment may require several treatments and may have various side effects:
Treatment cannot be undertaken in the summertime (there is a risk of causing brown marks). The treatment is inappropriate to people with pacemakers.
The vascular pulsed dye laser can eliminate, by photocoagulation or selective photo thermolysis, small dilated blood vessels which give that red colour to the skin. Without damaging the tissues around, the treatment is far more safe than other traditional treatments. The long-pulsed neodymium-Yag laser is also used for the treatment against couperose / rosacea and varicosities in the lower limbs.
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