Tuesday, January 22, 2013

There are Different Subtypes of Rosacea, Treat Them All the Same

Dermatologists debate the various subtypes of acne rosacea and their varying mechanisms of action but treatment recommendations are the same, oral tetracycline and either oral or topical metronidazole. These medications can be helpful in controlling this very frustrating problem, but they also can cause significant side effects, mostly due to yeast overgrowth. Our experience shows that 3 or 4 laser treatments at monthly intervals can wipe out the rosacea process for many months. Patients are delighted with these results, and there are no side effects to worry about. Smoothbeam laser website for more details. www.healthcelebration.com

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