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Steroid Rosacea
Chronic use of topical steroids or cortisones can produce a "steroid Rosacea" that includes redness, blood vessels, and/or pimples. It is necessary to stop the application of these steroid creams as soon as the patient can tolerate the change. Gradual reduction is necessary.

New and very promising non-steroidal topical medications are available for treatment of steroid rosacea. These treatments should be monitored closely by a physician (preferably a Board Certified Dermatologist). If you'd like to make an appointment to see me, please call my office at 212-755-2237.

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Interested in treatment by Dr. Jay personally? Call our office at 212-755-2237 to setup an appointment.

Patients of all skin colors respond to Dr. Jay's Ultimate Light™ treatment

Dr. Jay Personally Treats ALL Patients

Dr. Harvey H. Jay

Harvey H. Jay, M.D.
* Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical School
* Fellow of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
* Board-certified Dermatologist

45 East 62nd. St.,
New York, NY 10065
Tel: 212-755-2237

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