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Wrinkles, scars, redness and acne are skin conditions that can be bothersome and unattractive—and they’re extremely common. In fact, the National Institutes of Health found them to be among the 10 most common skin diseases. And they affect as many as one in three Americans at any given time. No matter your age, they can impact your appearance as well as your self-confidence. Vascular lesions are often dilated, small blood vessels on the skin causing redness to your skin.


The Treatment

The Art of Skin Dermatology offers cosmetic dermatology services that can help improve the appearance of your skin, including laser that:

  • Treats wrinkles, redness, acne, scars and other signs of aging
  • Stimulates collagen production, which gives skin its structure, strength and elasticity; increases fibroblast production, which makes collagen
  • Reduces inflammation, decreasing healing time after certain procedures
  • Rejuvenates skin



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Rosacea is a common skin condition that affects more than 14 million people. It tends to be seen in people between 30 and 50 years of age, however, children can also get rosacea. While fair-skinned people tend to get rosacea, people of color can also get it.

Rosacea causes redness and often, red, acne-like bumps on the face. The redness can spread to the forehead and chin. Even the ears, chest and back can be red all the time. Yet rosacea can cause more than just redness. Over time, people with rosacea often see permanent redness in the center of their face—from visible blood vessels and thickening skin and bumpy texture, to red and irritated eyes, swollen eyelids and what looks like a sty.

Rosacea, a persistent inflammatory condition affecting the skin on the face, presents itself initially as a sunburn or blushing that refuses to fade away. If left untreated, it gradually worsens, leading to additional symptoms and increasing discomfort.

Cherry Angioma

A commonly found type of angioma, known as cherry angioma, is a harmless skin growth resembling a mole. It occurs due to an excessive growth of tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Typically, cherry angiomas are more prevalent in individuals above the age of 30 and tend to increase in number as one gets older. However, if a sudden appearance of numerous cherry angiomas takes place, it may indicate the presence of another type of angioma that necessitates immediate medical examination by a dermatologist.

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