Is your skin plagued by bumps and enlarged pores? Sebaceous hyperplasia may be to blame.
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As you’ve gotten older you may have noticed enlarged pores, or bumps or flesh colored or yellowish elevations appearing on your skin, most likely on your forehead, nose, or cheeks. You are not alone. Many men develop sebaceous hyperplasia, a skin condition marked by enlargement of the oil glands, as they age.
Sebaceous hyperplasia is a problem that we can solve
Now A day the most up to date and effective treatments available to combat sebaceous hyperplasia.
Laser and light therapies — a game changer
In the past, most sebaceous hyperplasia patients were treated as if they had acne. But it’s a new day –– the most effective treatment for sebaceous hyperplasia is the use of lasers and light therapy. And at Excellence, we have the most effective and widest array of options available to get your skin under control.
Take charge of your skin with the latest innovations in treating sebaceous hyperplasia.
What are my options?
SmoothBeam is often used in treating sebaceous hyperplasia. This diode laser delivers a special wavelength of energy deep below the skin, stimulating collagen and smoothing the skin’s surface.
Another option is the application of dichloroacetic acid (DCA) to each individual lesion. A series of carefully performed treatments can make annoying facial bumps fade away.
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is another treatment that begins with a deep cleansing or skin resurfacing to prepare your skin for the application and absorption of Levulan, a light sensitizing gel that is placed on the treatment areas prior to targeting the glands with a laser and/or a light. The glands absorb the heat from the laser and reduce in size, sometimes with long-term suppression of the oil glands. A variety of tools such as blue light therapy, intense pulsed light (IPL), pulsed dye laser, or LED light may be utilized, depending on the goals of therapy.
A series of laser and light therapies are typically required to produce long-lasting results. Be transformed — both inside and out
*Results may vary: sebaceous hyperplasia typically requires a series of treatments to see best results, and may require long-term prescription medications or laser/light therapies to maintain skin clearance.