Broken Blood Vessels on Face
Although rosacea can affect anyone, it is most common in middle-aged women with light skin. While there is no definitive cure for rosacea, the right treatment can control and reduce the signs and symptoms, which include:
- Persistent redness in the central part of the face, manifest in small blood vessels on your nose and cheeks that often swell and become more visible.
- Swollen, red bumps that resemble acne. Sometimes, these bumps contain pus, and your skin may feel hot and tender.
- Dry, red, swollen, and irritated eyes and eyelids. This is referred to as ocular rosacea and can precede skin symptoms.
- Enlarged, bulbous nose.This symptom occurs more often in men than women but is nonetheless unflattering.
Treatment Options for Facial Redness and Veins
Our Excel V laser by Cutera is a non-invasive laser therapy that targets the red color of the blood vessels, leaving normal skin intact. This results in a quick, comfortable procedure with minimal downtime.
Vascular conditions may require a series of treatments to achieve maximum results, but dramatic improvement is usually seen with each treatment.
If you are experiencing persistent facial redness and veins, see the skin specialists at Georgia Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Dermatology for diagnosis and proper treatment. Call us at (706) 543-5858 or using our convenient online Request an Appointment form.