Botulinum toxin may help address erythema and flushing in patients with refractory rosacea, according to data presented by Hema Sundaram, MA, MD, FAAD, at the AAD Virtual Meeting Experience (VMX) on June 12.
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In part three of our discussion with Dr. Sundaram, she explains how botulinum toxin can be used to address erythema and flushing caused by rosacea, as well as other considerations providers will want to keep in mind when using this treatment in their patients.
More from Dr. Sundaram’s presentation at the AAD Virtual Meeting Experience (VMX): How does botulinum toxin treat scars?
Coming soon: Dr. Sundaram tackles an topic of laser-assisted drug delivery.
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Questions? Contact Dr. Sundaram by messaging her through Instagram at @drhemasundaram.
Sundaram H. What's new in aesthetic therapeutics. Therapeutic Hotline Session. AAD VMX 2020; June 12, 2020.