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Rosacea Treatment in New York, NY

Rosacea is a common but poorly understood disorder of the facial skin that is estimated to affect well over 16 million Americans. With common symptoms including and not limited to redness, broken capillaries, acne-like pustules and surface dryness, it is common to mistake rosacea for other skin disorders. This is why we recommend having a thorough consultation with one of our dermatologists at Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology to get to the root of the issue in order to heal properly. We serve patients in New York City and surrounding communities of Queens, Staten Island, and Brooklyn, NY.

“I have researched the causes of rosacea and learned that it is predominantly caused by abnormal oil made by the skin. My treatments target the problem and that’s the key to ensuring my patients have clear skin.”

– Dr. Dennis Gross

What is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that primarily affects the face and can sometimes appear on the neck, chest, scalp, or ears. Rosacea causes redness and small, red, pus-filled bumps, which can sometimes be mistaken for acne. Over time, visible blood vessels may occur on the skin as well.

Rosacea Treatment in New York, NY
While rosacea typically affects lighter-skinned patients that tend to flush easier, it can happen to anyone. The specific cause of rosacea can be unknown but there can be a long list of symptoms and lifestyle habits that can worsen or enhance its appearance.

How Much Does Rosacea Treatment Cost in New York, NY?

The cost to treat rosacea depends on the best rosacea treatment for your skin, how many sessions you require, and whether you have health insurance coverage. To find out your individual cost, please contact us to schedule a consultation with a board-certified dermatologist.

How Can I Treat My Rosacea?

Finding the right rosacea treatments and medical therapy can help control and manage this condition. Without treatment, rosacea can often worsen. Since the signs and symptoms of rosacea can vary from one patient to another, we customize treatments based on each individual patient.

These rosacea treatments can include a mix of topical treatments including antibiotics and anti-inflammatory gels, oral medications, and in-office procedures including chemical peels, LED therapy & laser treatment for rosacea. Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology uses the VBeam laser treatment to reduce overall redness and rejuvenate the skin.

Because rosacea is different for everyone, we develop tailored treatment plans to help you see the best results. Acne rosacea treatment is different than ocular rosacea treatment, for example. For some patients, rosacea natural treatment options may work best.

Our patients have achieved remarkable results, often by combining multiple different therapies in order to resolve their individual condition. Our team of experts can prescribe your best course of action to not only heal any current rosacea you may be suffering from, but to also prevent any flare-ups in the future.

Can Certain Foods Trigger Rosacea?

Yes, certain foods and drinks can cause a rosacea flare-up or make current rosacea more inflamed. Some more common foods that can cause a flare-up include alcohol, especially red wine, hot beverages and foods, especially if they contain caffeine and spice. Also keep in mind that wind and exposure to the cold, extreme exercise, and stress can all aggravate the symptoms of rosacea, too.

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You don't need to suffer with the symptoms of rosacea. At Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology, we offer a range of effective rosacea treatment options to help you enjoy clearer skin free of the redness and inflammation of rosacea. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more about how we can help. We welcome men and women in New York City, Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn and surrounding communities.