What Every Rosacea Sufferer Needs To Know About Facial Veins & Laser Surgery

I am one of the fourteen million men and women who suffer from rosacea. Sure, in the grand scheme of life it could be worse. But when you have a condition on your face the entire world can see that flares up, goes into remission, only to come back again, your self-esteem can get a bit beat up to put it mildly.

I have been suffering from rosacea and dilated facial veins, also known as telangiectasia, since my early twenties. I have tried everything under the sun to address it from acupuncture, diet change, and lasers of all types.

Several years ago I was introduced to Eric Bernstein M.D., M.S.E., Director of the Main Line Center for Laser Surgery located in Ardmore, Pennsylvania after being badly burned and scarred by a doctor who I had seen for several years prior without incident. I am not sure how I did not find Dr. Bernstein sooner. But, I am glad that I did. At forty years of age, honestly my skin has never looked better. Sadly, my story of what landed me in his office is one too often heard by Dr. Bernstein and his staff.

What rosacea sufferers need to know is that the responsibility ultimately lies in their hands to do the research in terms of the credentials of who performs the surgery. Unfortunately, without being fulling informed it is impossible to make a solid decision.

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