Every week, I have the privilege of caring for patients undergoing facial reconstruction following skin cancer. The process can be… Read More
As a Mayo Clinic trained surgeon, Dr. Jess Prischmann has had the privilege of caring for patients from around the world with a spectrum of ailments, from common to extremely rare. This knowledge and experience have been incredibly valuable in her career as a facial plastic surgeon. Dr. Prischmann performs a variety of reconstructive procedures, including, but not limited to, the following:
- Diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer. Dr. Prischmann believes in a combined approach with Dermatologic Surgeons.
- Reconstruction following Mohs surgery. Dr. Prischmann has had the privilege of caring for a number of patients following Mohs surgery. Her before and after photos demonstrate how reconstructive surgery can restore a sense of normalcy following surgery. (*Due to the graphic nature of these photos, access to the photo gallery is restricted to those who are 18 years of age and older. If you wish to continue, click here).
- Treatment of Rhinophyma
- Removal/Treatment of skin lesions
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Epidermoid cysts
- Sebaceous cysts
- Precancerous lesions
- Skin tags on/around the eyelids
- Removal and treatment of Head and Neck lipomas. Dr. Prischmann uses an endoscopic technique with hidden incisions to remove forehead lipomas.
- Head and neck trauma: Dr. Prischmann is credentialed at Fairview Southdale Hospital. She will offer all aspects of trauma reconstruction with the exception of mandible and base of skull fractures.
- In-office laceration repair. Most adult (and some older pediatric) lacerations can be performed in office under local anesthesia. Over the past 18 months, Dr. Prischmann has performed 150 laceration repairs. Importantly, these patients need to be followed for 6 to 12 months to ensure satisfactory scar outcomes.
- Scar revision: Dr. Prischmann has revised numerous scars on the face from trauma and skin cancer. Advanced techniques are usually required. It is better to refer patients for scar revision sooner rather than later, even though most surgical revisions occur at least 6 months following generation of the scar.
- Earlobe repair: Cosmetic or Trauma
- Auricular Hematomas and Injuries
- Avulsion injuries on the Head and Neck
Dr. Prischmann accepts most major insurances. Verification of benefits occurs during the consultation/scheduling process.
Please contact our facial plastic surgeon for more information on reconstructive surgery options available at our practice. Dr. Prischmann can meet with you for an initial consultation and answer any questions you may have.