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Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion

Resurfacing is a technique for removing the topmost layer of skin leaving it supple and vibrant. The DiamondTome™ removes this layer of skin by gently exfoliating the skin with natural diamond chips while vacuuming the dead skin cells away in a sterile manner. Removing this outer layer of dead skin cells leaves a smoother texture, and promotes the growth of healthy new skin cells.

For those who do not want the downtime associated with peels and laser procedures, microdermabrasion is a wonderful alternative as it is non-invasive and requires no social down time after treatment. Normal activities may be resumed immediately. Your skin will have a radiant glow—free of irritation. Patients experience softer, smoother skin after the first treatment. A treatment series ranges from four to ten sessions depending on your skin type and condition.

A microdermabrasion treatment can be used to improve the skin on your face, neck, and hands. It is a rejuvenating treatment appropriate for:

  • Sun damaged skin
  • Age spots
  • Minor to moderate early aging fine lines
  • Blackheads and whiteheads
  • Minor scar revision
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Oily skin

Contact The Waldorf Center for Plastic Surgery in Portland, Oregon

We will be happy to answer any microdermabrasion questions you may have.

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