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Minneapolis Facial Plastic Surgeon Reveals Potential of Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation

Dr. Jess Prischmann Offers a Broad Selection of Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Facial Procedures to Non-Surgically Treat an Array of Age Signs and Skin Conditions

MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- Recent statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) indicate non-surgical procedures account for 83 percent of all cosmetic treatments. Recognizing this growing trend towards minimally invasive aesthetic enhancement, Minneapolis facial plastic surgeon Jess Prischmann, MD provides comprehensive customized treatment plans utilizing lasers, injectables, and advanced skin care techniques to non-surgically achieve more youthful, natural-looking results for her patients.

Throughout a three-part blog series on minimally invasive facial rejuvenation options, Dr. Prischmann details the treatments that often provide significant aesthetic improvement without the use of surgery. In the first post titled, "Non-Surgical Aesthetic Enhancement: Dermal Fillers and Injectables," she explores the versatility of cosmetic injectables and dermal fillers in diminishing common signs of aging, particularly lines and wrinkles. In regard to administering injectable treatments, Dr. Prischmann maintains a "less is more" approach: "A natural face is a pretty face. You should be able to look at a face and never know that the person has filler."

In the second blog post titled, "Non-Surgical Aesthetic Enhancement: Skin and Laser Treatments," Dr. Prischmann expands on available laser and skin care treatments, focusing on the rejuvenation effects of laser skin resurfacing and advanced chemical peels. Often recommending a combination approach, the Minneapolis facial plastic surgeon may employ multiple techniques when addressing specific concerns, including:

  • Acne scars
  • Brown spots
  • Rosacea
  • Skin inelasticity
  • Wrinkles

In the final post of the series titled, "Non-Surgical Aesthetic Enhancement: Laser Hair Removal," Dr. Prischmann explains how advanced laser technology has allowed her to reduce excess or undesired facial and body hair on a variety of skin types. Dispelling common misinformation, she says, "It is a great misconception to think that all lasers work equally for hair removal. It is also a misconception to think that the same laser settings work on everyone." Utilizing two state-of-the-art lasers, Dr. Prischmann can often accommodate patients from many different ethnic backgrounds.

Ultimately, when seeking a non-surgical treatment to address one's cosmetic concerns, Dr. Prischmann reminds patients that practices often use proprietary terminology, adding that a particular treatment at one office could be called something different at another. "The lingo of minimally invasive treatments is an alphabet soup: IPL, BBL, MLP, etc. Also, everyone tries to brand their own treatments, so you really need to ask exactly what you are getting."

About Jess Prischmann, MD

Double board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery as well as head and neck surgery, Dr. Prischmann graduated from Boston University at the age of 19 and Louisiana State University School of Medicine at the age of 23. She graduated at the top of her class and was elected into the national medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha. She completed her residency in otolaryngology -- head and neck surgery -- at the prestigious Mayo Clinic before moving to Indianapolis to complete a fellowship in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery under director Stephen W. Perkins, MD. Dr. Prischmann then returned to Minnesota to found her practice in Minneapolis, becoming the only female facial surgery specialist in the area. In addition to numerous prominent accolades, Dr. Prischmann was awarded the Jack R. Anderson Prize for Scholastic Experience for achieving the highest score in the country on the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery exam. Dr. Prischmann is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Prischmann, visit mnfacialplastics.com or facebook.com/mnfacialplastics.

To view the original source of this press release, click here: http://www.mnfacialplastics.com/news-room/minneapolis-facial-plastic-surgeon-reveals-potential-of-non-surgical-facial-rejuvenation/

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