Gnathophyma rosacea is a rare subtype of rosacea that results in the swelling of the chin.
What is the treatment for Gnathophyma rosacea?
Possible topical treatments include metronidazole cream, azelaic acid, atenolol, and clonidine
Possible oral antibiotics include metronidazole, clarithromycin, minocycline, doxycycline, cephalosporins, ivermectin, and oral isotretinoin.
But, only antibiotics and oral isotretinoin can reduce phymas. To treat severe types of phymas one can make use of carbon dioxide laser and surgery.
Note: make sure to consult a professional dermatologist as they can only the best treatment that is suitable for you.