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Santa Fe-Albuquerque Plastic Surgeon Dr. James Green Now Offers Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction Treatment

Proven cosmetic treatment defies aging with advanced radiofrequency technology

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Renowned plastic surgeon James Green, MD, announces that his office will now offer the Pelleve® Wrinkle Reduction System, a new technology for non-invasive skin tightening.

Pelleve treats mild to moderate wrinkles, is pain-free and comfortable. Patients report the one-hour treatment feels like a warm massage. The effectiveness lies in the radiofrequency technology, which delivers heat into the deep layers of skin to stimulate the growth of skin-tightening collagen.

With a focus on patient safety, and a desire to educate and provide patients with realistic expectations, Dr. Green chose Pelleve because it requires minimal downtime, less care post-treatment, and is less likely than other procedures to cause unwanted side effects, like discoloration.

"I've watched the research on this treatment for years, and all the data has been positive. Pelleve fills a specific niche in the suite of facial rejuvenation. It is a good treatment for the reduction of fine lines on the face and it can effectively target areas that are difficult to treat like the nasal-labial folds and fine lines around the mouth, smoker lines on upper lip, crows feet, and laugh lines. It can also be used alone or in combination with other treatments such as surgical lifting procedures or injectables like Botox® and fillers."

Dr. Green is excited to offer Pelleve into his practice so that patients could receive a full range of care. He has a more 'ongoing' approach to facial rejuvenation that involves skin care, relaxers like Botox and fillers, and surgical procedures. "I serve to bring only the most effective anti-aging treatments to my patients.  Pelleve is an ideal treatment for my practice because of its impeccable safety profile and proven track record of producing results." 

The Plastic Surgery Office of James Green, MD, is located at The Physician's Plaza, 1631 Hospital Drive, Suite 150 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. (505) 988-2215

For more information, visit www.jamesgreenmd.com 

About Dr. James Green: In practice for over 20 years in Santa Fe, James Green, MD, is certified by the America Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Board of Surgery. He has performed thousands of breast implants, breast enlargements/reconstructions, facelifts, tummy tucks, Botox®, Dysport® and Juvaderm® injections, among other cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures.

About The Pelleve Treatment:
Available only through physicians, including dermatologists and plastic surgeons, the Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction System is a proven, effective, safe and painless cosmetic treatment that reduces wrinkles on the face using advanced radiofrequency technology. To view a video of how Pelleve works, please visit: http://www.pelleve.com/science.html

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