Dr. Tess Mauricio adds La Jolla office

Tess Mauricio, M.D

Dermatologist Tess Mauricio, M.D., who recently expanded her practice to La Jolla, offers a non-invasive way to fight aging and get results.

“We specialize in non-surgical rejuvenation and lyposculpture to turn back the clock and make patient’s faces and bodies look younger without going under the knife,” Mauricio said.

Dr. Tess Dermatology & Cosmetic Center, with a second office in Scripps Ranch, offers Venus Freeze, magnetic pulses and radio frequencies applied to the face and body, for circumference reduction or to improve cellulite and tighten skin.

“It improves wrinkling,” noted Mauricio about Venus Freeze, which she said renders results — toning, tightening, removing loose skin, etc. — which can be maintained over time.
Services offered by Dr. Tess include chemical peels, Restylane dermal filler, GloMinerals, acne treatment, Replenix and Heliocare.

Mauricio said patients seek out her services as an alternative to invasive surgical procedures like facelifts and tummy tucks.

“Most people want a rested, youthful look, but not one where people know that they’ve had things done to them,” she said.

Mauricio’s practice also treats people with conditions like acne or pre-skin cancer.
“I remove moles, do exams if there’s a lesion that could be skin cancer,” she said, adding her practice is a “one-stop shop.”

She said she’s treated many patients for different conditions over long periods of time.
“I’ve had people come to me in their 20s and 30s for acne treatment and I’ve treated them years later for signs of aging in their skin,” she said.

The dermatologist keeps up with the latest treatments and advances in the industry.

“I have the latest and greatest in technology,” she said. “I work with many companies helping create protocols and launch products and technology.”

The practice is open Monday through Saturday at two different locations.

For more information, visit www.tessmd.com or call (877) 998-7755.

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