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Rosacea Laser Treatment
I am suffering from bad rosacea and want laser treatment to help cure it, would i get this treatment for free if i'm still at school?
So with rosacea there is not treatment unless you have laser, which i can not afford. Does anyone know of anything to help it ?
Yes: Yes it can happen, especially if your skin was not well-prepared prior to treatment. Rosacea patients are sensitive to things that will "trigger" a flare up. Wine, spices, anxiety and heat are types of triggers. Inflammation is a major trigger and a part of many skin treatments. Make sure you have an experienced plastic surgeon or dermatologist caring for you, don't skimp on expertise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With having amyopathic dermatomyositis and acne rosacea at the same time, can I have laser therapy for the acne scars or what treatment would work?
Lasers for scars: Your question is a little unclear as in rosacea there is not usually acne scars. Perhaps you meant acne vulgaris rather than acne rosacea. Anyway, you would be able in most circumstances to be able to receive laser for the redness of rosacea or laser for acne scars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here's an idea!!!: STOP DRINKING!! If you have acne rosacea or other predisposing causes of alcohol-induced flushing (like enzyme deficiencies found in Native Americans and people of Asian background), then alcohol is going to cause damage to your skin, as well as to your heart, liver, nervous system, pancreas, stomach and every other organ system. If you have already caused damage, lasers and other treatments help ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Potentially yes: Lasers can be used to reduce or remove brown spots and vessels and to improve skin texture. They are very effective that way in brightening one's complexion and we use them every day with great results. Of course there are many variables such as sun exposure, skin color, underlying conditions, laser choice, etc. That will determine the overall short term and long term success of the treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It Depends: The doctor will use a laser as a tool to essentially burn a very small amount of tissue, but it is used for eye disorders, vaginal disorders, and during some types of surgery. When used for diabetics, they burn blood vessels in the eye that have grown abnormally large. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please advise: the dermatologist or plastic surgeon who performed the tx. ...Read more
She had laser treatment for her face and she have harmons problem so for that she take medicines,,,can she take medicines regularly?
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