Procedures

Newport Beach Rosacea Treatment

Rosacea is a condition of the skin characterized by redness on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. It can also cause broken blood vessels and watery eyes. Left untreated, rosacea tends to be progressive, which means it gets worse over time. Rosacea is a common disorder of the facial skin that is estimated to affect well over 16 million Americans. Rosacea can cause significant psychological and social problems because of its huge effect on your personal appearance. call today for your free cosmetic consultation.

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How does Rosacea Treatment work?

Each individuals Rosacea symptoms are different, so your physician will help you with a treatment plan for your specific case. To remove visible blood vessels or reduce extensive redness, vascular lasers emit wavelengths of light that target tiny blood vessels just under the skin. Heat from the laser’s energy builds in the vessels, causing them to disintegrate. Generally, at least three treatments are required, depending on the severity of redness or visible blood vessels.

what are the uses?



Positive Results

Having Rosacea treated will not only help the current problem but will prevent the Rosacea from getting worse. The laser treats the dilated blood vessels which cause the redness and flushing. Not only does it help your physical appearance, it improves your self-confidence which is in most cases highly affected. There is no cure for Rosacea, but having laser treatments will drastically improve the problem and reduce signs and symptoms.


 

how many treatments will I Need?

Although most patients see a significant improvement in their symptoms following one laser session, several sessions are usually needed to complete the treatment.

how long does it last?

The procedure can be done in less than 1 hour.

What are the typical results?

The overall appearance of your skin will improve; it also targets the microvasculature (tiny vessels) beneath the skin surface, decreasing diffuse redness and ruddy complexions, including the redness caused by Rosacea.

Which areas of my body can it be done on?

You can have Rosacea treated on your face, neck, and chest.