What is Rosacea?
Rosacea is a condition that causes the skin to appear red and inflamed, typically occurring around the cheeks and nose. It is often mistaken for other skin ailments but when diagnosed properly it can be treated. Imperial Dermatology utilizes a number of innovative solutions, including laser therapy, to lighten the skin and minimize the symptoms of this chronic disease. Rosacea is most prevalent among middle-aged or older women with fair skin. While there is no actual cure for rosacea, it's possible to manage the condition and lessen flare-ups. During a consultation in Hollywood, FL, Dr. Simona Bartos will evaluate your skin for rosacea and develop a custom treatment plan to keep the symptoms at bay.
"I have been struggling with rosacea for over 5 years and I was tired of taking antibiotics constantly , I finally found the right person to help me treat it! Dr Bartos Simona was amazing, she carefully listened to my concern and frustration and offered to do a laser treatment that would permanently get rid of my rosacea. Amazing results, I have done one treatment so far and can see so much improvement already! Staff is so sweet and the office feels like a spa!"- S.K. / Google / Dec 31, 2021
"For about 4 years I have been treating my acne with Rosacea by myself at home. After getting mild eczema on my elbow, I decided it was time to go be seen by a Dermatologist. I found Dr. Bartos’ office very clean, modern, and inviting. All the staff there, Liliya, Monica, Alexa, and Stephany are all very kind and always make sure I am comfortable. They always offer me coffee and water. Dr. Bartos does a thorough assessment and assures that I get the correct medications based on my diagnosis. She explains the medications and politely answers all the questions I have. I have never seen my face this clear…Especially without any makeup! You won’t be disappointed."- P.M. / Google / Dec 01, 2022
Rosacea Symptoms and Treatment
Rosacea is believed to be caused by a combination of environmental and hereditary factors. There are many other elements that could aggravate rosacea by increasing blood flow to the surface of the skin, including spicy foods, alcohol, hot beverages, sun, extreme temperatures, hot baths or showers, stress, embarrassment, overexertion, and certain medications. The most obvious signs of rosacea are redness and swollen bumps on the central part of the face. Some rosacea sufferers have eye problems, as well as thickened, bulbous skin on the nose. There are a number of treatment choices available to help with flare-ups, including oral acne drugs and antibiotics, while topical creams, lotions, and gels can be effective to control inflammation and reduce redness. For many patients, laser treatments can help to minimize the appearance of blood vessels and reduce excess tissue buildup.
Fight Rosacea Flare-Ups
Rosacea not only affects your physical appearance, but the reddened skin can lead to emotional distress, embarrassment, and social anxiety. If you believe you may have rosacea, please call Imperial Dermatology in Hollywood, FL to schedule an appointment so that you can start putting your best face forward. Dr. Bartos is extremely knowledgeable about cutting-edge remedies and can offer help and hope.
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