Centreville, VA patients who want to reduce the redness on the face caused by rosacea may be unsure of their treatment options and about the advantages of laser light therapy. At Dermatology Associates of Northern Virginia, now a part of U.S. Dermatology Partners, we are dedicated to helping individuals achieve the results they desire and offer a variety of treatments for patients with conditions such as rosacea.
What is Laser Therapy?
Laser therapy has been used for many years to provide innovative solutions for a wide range of dermatological concerns. Laser light can penetrate deep into the skin. Treatment can be used not only for patients with rosacea, but individuals struggling with:
- Pigmentation concerns
- Sun damage
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Stretch marks
- Acne and surgical scars
- Broken capillaries
At Dermatology Associates of Northern Virginia, we use the Palomar system and the Candela pulsed dye laser for the treatment of rosacea. These treatments effectively decrease the amount of redness on the face to give patients a more even skin tone.
Can Treatment be Combined with Other Therapies?
It is important for patients to talk to their doctor about counter-indications. However, in most cases, traditional rosacea therapies such as topical products will not interfere with the use of laser treatment. It is best to speak with the dermatologist about medications currently in use that may affect the way in which laser therapy works and those that may have an impact on the results. This discussion about medical history is essential.
Learn More Today!
Patients in Centreville, VA who are interested in reducing the redness on the face caused by rosacea and would like to discuss treatment options with a professional, contact Dermatology Associates of Northern Virginia Centreville. We assist patients of all ages in our state-of-the-art facility. We provide medical and cosmetic dermatology solutions to men and women at both our Centreville and Sterling locations. Our Centreville location can be reached at (703) 222-2773 and is conveniently located in Suite #301 at 13880 Braddock Road. We accept new patients who are ready for quality, comprehensive dermatological care.