Dermatological diseases and treatments
Rosacea is an inflammatory skin disease, of unknown cause, which is usually located on the face, eyes and, more rarely, on the torso and neck. Patients with rosacea present redness (initially transient) of the skin in response to certain stimuli. Over time, this redness becomes persistent, with the onset of vasodilation in the affected areas (telangiectasias). It is sometimes associated with red spots and pus (papules and pustules). The evolution of rosacea is chronic and therefore, in addition to treating the 'outbreak', maintenance treatment must be established in order to prevent or slow down the progression of the disease. At the Dr. Javier Bassas Dermatology Centre we will do a rigorous and personalised study of each patient, informing them of the most appropriate treatment options.