Rosacea is caused by inherent defects in the body's immune system and vasoregulatory processes. Treatment is directed toward symptomatic control and disease prevention rather than cure. When treating ocular rosacea, a stepwise approach can be undertaken, using first lid hygiene and artificial tears, followed by topical and oral anti-inflammatory medications, with late surgical intervention as required.Ocular rosacea is related to a common inflammatory condition affecting skin of the face and chest, as well as the eyes. H pylori plays an as yet undetermined role in rosacea, and some have advocated H pylori eradication in the treatment of rosacea. Thus, in some cases of rosacea, antiulcer combination regimens, such as amoxicillin or clarithromycin, metronidazole, bismuth, and an H2 antagonist, have been used with varying efficacy. Other treatments in the treatment of rosacea include intense pulsed light therapy, ablative lasers, and electrosurgical loop.
More than 10% of the general population in Brazil exhibits dermatologic characteristics of rosacea; of these, up to 60% experience ocular complications.Those who suffer from ocular rosacea may be treated with warm compresses, artificial tears and washing the area around the eye with warm water, including the eyelids, to help relieve symptoms. Additionally, oral antibiotics, typically doxycycline, may be prescribed. Some people with ocular rosacea feel that dietary restrictions of caffeine, spicy foods, and alcoholic beverages may reduce or eliminate symptoms. Most of the Researches focusing on Use of the PlasmaBlade and Acellular Dermal Matrix in Rhinophyma Surgery: A Case Report.[Eye redness: think of rosacea].Combination of new multifunctional molecules for erythematotelangiectatic rosacea disorder.