While the exact cause of rosacea is not known, the most common symptom involves the growth of "telangietasia," dilated small blood vessels that are found near the surface of the skin, resulting in redness and sometimes excessive tissue growth or swelling. Often found on the nose, cheek, chin and forehead, rosacea can be treated with a regimen of oral and topical medications and laser therapy. Laser therapy is effective in treating redness and improving the acne-like pimples sometimes associated with rosacea.Request a Consultation
At Celibre, we offer the safest and most effective cosmetic skincare treatments available using the most current FDA-approved laser technology. By providing superior results and the highest level of patient care we have become the most trusted name in laser skincare.
Celibre differs from other medical facilities and medispas that use a "one size fits all" approach to laser skin care. Instead of using the same piece of equipment to treat every skin condition, we use over ten different state-of-the-art lasers - each one specifically designed to treat one particular condition.
Because we focus on using the most appropriate technology for each condition, we are able to customize a treatment program for your specific situation and deliver outstanding results.
Dr. Harold J. Kaplan, a renowned facial plastic surgeon with over 27 years experience, serves as Celibre's Medical Director. Dr. Kaplan has served as a clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at UCLA, and has used cosmetic lasers extensively in his practice since the early 1990's.
Other physicians' offices turn to Celibre's experience for their laser training needs. Our facility is a licensed continuing education provider, offering a premier training program for doctors, physician's assistants and nurses to advance their skills in the safest, most current cosmetic laser techniques.