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Rosacea

Rosacea is a common, long-term inflammatory skin condition that causes redness and bumps, most often on the nose, cheeks and forehead.

What is it?

A long-term inflammatory skin condition that results in reddened skin or a rash. Rosacea is most common in middle-aged and older adults and people with fair skin. Be careful: sometimes rosacea can be mistaken for acne, an allergic reaction or eczema due to their similar symptoms.


Rosacea emerges in the form of small, red, pus-filled bumps on the cheeks, nose, forehead — and sometimes the eyes. Symptoms include facial swelling, dry, flaky skin, visibly broken blood vessels, enlarged nose and persistent skin redness.


Rosacea is one of the more common conditions our board-certified providers treat at our locations in in Berkley, West Bloomfield, Commerce, or Novi, Michigan.


How is it treated?

There’s no comprehensive cure for rosacea, but the Associated Dermatologists team can help you with a treatment plan to keep symptoms at bay. Treatments such as topical medications, oral antibiotics, light therapy and laser therapy will help ease your discomfort.


Our team can also help identify the unique causes of your rosacea flare ups. Knowing your triggers can help reduce the frequency and severity of your symptoms.


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