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You Don’t Have to Live with Rhinophyma

If you have ever noticed someone with an oversized, red, bulbous nose you may wonder what causes this condition. An old adage is that this is caused by alcoholism – something that could not be further from the truth for many patients. In fact, this condition also known as rhinophma is often associated with advanced rosacea.

Rhinophyma can also lead to a fibrous thickening of the skin on the nose and extremely prominent pores. While normally not a health concern, rhinophyma is often an aesthetic concern for patients that even negative affects the self-esteem. Luckily, there is a way to treat rhinophyma.

rhinophyma repairCO2RE Laser Fractionated Resurfacing is available to treat even the worst cases of Rhinophyma. This form of laser technology uses water to literally evaporate the imperfections caused by rhinophyma. CO2RE Laser Fractionated Resurfacing can quickly and safely remove the redness and bulbous shape of the nose.

This treatment will also stimulate the growth of collagen within your skin, allowing the growth of beautiful, unaffected skin. Contact our office to learn more today.

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