Rosacea is a frequent medical condition where the fine veins in the face enlarge giving the face a red appearance. Rosacea is usually easy to treat. We use many non-drug therapies, like medical lasers to treat rosacea.
Rosacea is a non-infectious, widespread chronic skin disease affecting predominantly adults over the age of 30 years. It is estimated that 3-5% of adults suffer from rosacea. Rosacea develops in stages. In the first stage it appears as a fleeting, occasional redness on the face. Subsequent the redness remains permanently visible. It is caused by a lasting dilation of the small, superficial blood vessels in the skin. In later stages, red papules and small pus blisters develop, which in men can lead to nodular thickening of the skin, often around the nose (bulbous nose). The eyes can also be affected and become inflamed.
Rosacea is one of the most common dermatoses in adults. It is associated with a high degree of suffering due to its predominant occurrence on the face. It is therefore gratifying that the symptoms can be treated well and permanently by our individual rosacea therapy, even if the otherwise chronic disease cannot be cured.
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