Must Reads

May 21st

Why choose CoolSculpting?

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Why choose CoolSculpting? Kim shares why CoolSculpting was the perfect choice for her and her busy life-style.

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May 14th

Laser Hair Removal Testimony

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Tired of waxing, razor burn, and ingrown hairs? Sydney shares why it was worth the investment.

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May 6th

Inside Scoop on Injectables

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Have you ever wondered what type of filler would be right for you? PA Michelle gives us the inside scoop on all the variations of injectables and their multiple uses. Come into our office and we’ll help you find the right filler for you!

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Apr 28th

CoolSculpting Helped This Mom Get Her Body Back!

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CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that kills fat cells forever! Based on the uniqueness of each person’s body, some of us carry deposits of stubborn fat in isolated areas of our bodies. For others, like Sydney, it’s post-partum baby fat!

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Apr 11th

Dr. Sassmannshausen & Skin Accumax

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I’m happy to introduce Skin Accumax™ which is a supplement that you can take which will help increase cell turnover, opening pores, and diminish the inflammation. -Dr. Jeffrey Sassmannshausen

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Mar 15th

Spring Break-Skincare Essentials

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Jeffrey Sassmannshausen, MD Bye bye winter blues and hello sunshine!! March means SPRING BREAK and time let loose, have fun, and enjoy some much needed rest and relaxation. But that doesn’t mean it’s OK to throw all caution to the wind. Here are some tips on how to stay safe this spring break: COVER UPProtective […]

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Feb 18th

Whoops I Did It Again!

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Dr. Sass talks Laser Tattoo Removal Now is the time for a new beginning. It’s time to reevaluate your life choices and focus on your goals for the new year ahead. So what’s holding you back? Could past regrets be glaring you in the face with every glance of your exe’s name tattooed on your […]

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Feb 11th

Fresh Faces!

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This time of year can bring many patients into my office with the hopes of achieving beautiful, glowing skin before Valentine’s Day. No one wants to be out on a date with a raging acne flare-up or dehydrated and lifeless skin! There are many different options and treatments to help you prevent the dry, cold […]

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Jan 25th

Microneedling

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Dr. Jeffrey Sassmannshausen I am excited to introduce microneedling to the Three Rivers Dermatology repertoire. Over the last several years, I have been unimpressed with many of the “new and cutting edge” technologies that have been introduced as anti-aging treatments. Most have results that are just not convincing, and many times have no results at […]

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May 17th

Which Foundation is Right for You?

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Let’s talk about foundation. As the name implies, it is the canvas for your makeup. Aside from your moisturizer and/or serum, it is the closest product to your skin. That’s why we have worked diligently to bring you the healthiest mineral formulations we can possibly create to make sure your base is contributing to your […]

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Apr 7th

Emily’s personal story

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Emily’s personal story… As a teenager, and as far back as I can remember, I enjoyed being in the sun. We would regularly take family trips to the beach, I would regularly lay in the sun with my friends, etc. I generally used sunscreen, but wasn’t usually too concerned with re-applying as I should. When […]

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Feb 23rd

Men: What’s Under That Beard?

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By Julie Bain · November 17, 2016   It could be skin cancer, says Ali Hendi, MD, a dermatologist and skin cancer specialist in the Washington, DC, area. And because they’re hidden, these skin cancers often aren’t detected early, when they have the highest chance for minimal treatment and a cure. While a super-dark and […]

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Feb 10th

Psoriasis and YOU!

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Jeffrey Sassmannshausen, MD A very common skin disorder treated at my practice with a lot of misconceptions is psoriasis. Psoriasis is a condition where areas of the skin grow much faster than normal and form red, scaly patches and plaques that are flaky and itchy. Many patients wonder if it is contagious but it is […]

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Jan 12th

Detect skin cancer

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Anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of skin color. It is estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. You can detect skin cancer early by following dermatologists’ tips for checking your skin. Download the AAD’s body mole map to document your self-examination, or […]

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Dec 16th

Photodynamic Therapy

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Written by: Jeffrey Sassmannshausen, MD With age comes wisdom, but also the telltale signs of years spent in the sun. This can take the form of fine lines, deeper wrinkles, pigmentation, precancerous spots, and skin cancer. As the number of precancerous spots have risen over the years, so has the need for treatment.  Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) […]

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Oct 5th

SHINGLES: WHO GETS AND CAUSES

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Who gets shingles? A person must have had chickenpox to get shingles. Some people who have had chickenpox have a higher risk of getting shingles. These people: Are 50 years of age or older. Have an illness or injury. Are under great stress. Have a weakened immune system.   Some illnesses and medical treatments can […]

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Sep 22nd

Dandruff: How to treat

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Dandruff is a common scalp condition in which small pieces of dry skin flake off of the scalp. If you have dark hair or you’re wearing dark colors, you may notice the flakes in your hair or on your shoulders. Dandruff may also make your scalp itch. Many people believe that dandruff is caused by […]

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Sep 13th

The first steps of sun protection: how to keep your baby safe

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Study shows some parents don’t properly protect children from harmful UV rays. OVERVIEW From childproofing to car seats, parents take all sorts of measures to protect their babies. According to new research presented at the American Academy of Dermatology’s 2015 Summer Academy Meeting in New York, however, some parents are not taking the proper steps […]

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Aug 23rd

Clear Skin Starts NOW!

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Written by: Jeffrey Sassmannshausen, MD If you’re fed up with your acne and have tried everything with little to no improvement you are not alone! I know how you feel, truly, because I  myself dealt with acne growing up. Even though it was many years ago, as a teen, I suffered from a severe case […]

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Aug 4th

How to prevent and treat blisters

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While we often think of blisters on our feet, these painful skin irritations can occur anywhere on the body where body parts rub together or rub against clothing. Fortunately, blisters can be prevented by preventing chafing. To stop them before they appear, pay attention to your skin and take precautions if you know you’re going […]

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