is designed to give you practical information in order
to help you understand your Rosacea. My suggestions are based on
my personal experience treating patients with Rosacea. I am a Board
Certified Dermatologist and a
Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Cornell Medical School.
I have been in private practice of Dermatology in Manhattan, New
York City for over 25 years.
For more information about me please visit my website, www.mdlaserderm.com.
For specific medical information you should be seen by a Dermatologist
to evaluate your individual needs. Every person is unique and requires
a specific in-person evaluation by a Dermatologist.
can only give you my
broad personal and practical opinions. My opinions may change with
time, as new information is made available. Hopefully, my experienced
opinions will assist you in obtaining better medical care of your
Definition: Rosacea is a facial rash usually composed of prominent redness and sometimes pimples as well. Rosacea usually occurs in the central part of the face and involves the nose, cheeks, chin and/or forehead. Long term Rosacea may produce Rhinophyma, an enlarged nose, typified by W.C. Field’s nose.