Rosacea, previously known as acne rosacea, is a skin condition that most commonly occurs in patients between the ages of 30 and 60 years old, presenting itself as a chronic rash that is bright red in colour, appearing on the face. Though the exact cause of rosacea is unknown, this is a condition that is seen to be most common in those with fair skin and blue eyes and is thought to occur for a number of genetic, environmental, and even inflammatory factors.
Rosacea can be a topic of insecurity for those who find themselves dealing with the skin condition, leading many to seek treatment that will help to resolve the problem at hand.
Our dermatologists are Birmingham Dermatology Clinic are available to help, restoring your confidence and helping you to achieve clearer looking skin overall.
How can Rosacea be treated?
Rosacea is a skin condition that can be seen to have long term side effects if left untreated, causing problems with eyes and vision, persistent swelling of the face, and even changing the shape and size of a patient’s nose in many cases. For this reason, it is important that rosacea is treated as early as possible as to avoid any further complications.
Treatment for this skin condition should begin with the elimination of any possible triggers that could be the root cause of the issue. Additional treatment is dependant upon the severity of rosacea, milder cases being commonly treated with topical antibiotics while patients dealing with severe rosacea may be treated using systemic antibiotics.
If you’re on the lookout for rosacea treatment within the Birmingham area but don’t want to be left on the waiting list, our team of dermatological experts at Birmingham Dermatology Clinic are on hand to help. Contact our skin care specialists now and book your consultation with Dr Camilo Diaz today.
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