Treatment for rosacea is a phone call away to a Plano area Dermatologist


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Treatment for Rosacea from Dr. Bryan Selkin
Patients who struggle with a persistent red, flushed face may be dealing with a skin condition known as rosacea. It can cause patients to become embarrassed about their appearance, especially when they are unable to disguise the issue with cosmetics. Dr. Bryan Selkin of the Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery is an experience Dermatologist who can not only provide a proper diagnosis but also treatment for rosacea, for patients in the Plano, TX area.

What is rosacea?

Rosacea is a skin disorder that causes redness and swelling on the facial area. This may also include bumps filled with pus, and broken blood vessels. It is extremely common, with three million cases diagnosed each year. Rosacea is most often seen in patients with fair skin in their 40s or 50s. The condition can be chronic, but treatment for rosacea is available. Patients begin with an examination with a Dermatologist to determine the type and severity of rosacea present. Then they discuss treatment solutions that can be used to reduce and control symptoms.

Treatment options

Rosacea can be treated in various ways. The path chosen depends on the patient’s response to treatments. Solutions may include:
  • Creams to reduce redness and inflammation
  • Antibiotics for pimples and pustules
  • Vitamin supplements
  • Laser and light therapies to reduce redness and pimples

Seek treatment for rosacea

At the Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery, we offer comprehensive skin care services for new and existing patients. Dr. Selkin evaluates patients to give proper diagnosis of their conditions, while also providing education to teach them how to care for their skin. Rosacea is one of many skin concerns patients seek to address.

Our practice offers four convenient locations, with offices in Flower Mound, Grapevine, McKinney, and Plano, TX. Call our central number at 972-985-9003 to schedule a consultation visit and initial examination.

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