Here at Burgess Plastic Surgery, we use a cutting-edge light and laser treatment to help correct many skin conditions.
Burgess Plastic Surgery is excited to offer its newest skincare treatment, the microneedling device SkinPen. Microneedling is a nonsurgical procedure designed to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, sun damage, large pores, and even stretchmarks!
A chemical peel is a topical application of a combination of beta and alpha-hydroxy acids that can be used to treat superficial skin issues such as a dull complexion, poor skin texture, or blemishes. Chemical peels may vary in strength and may be applied on a variety of skin types.
An Skin Care Specialist can provide facials, peels, eye lifts, wrinkle and acne treatments in our relaxing spa-like room.
Burgess Plastic Surgery carries three skin care lines that can be purchased in the office; Neocutis®, Obagi®, and Epionce®. Click to learn more about the advanced skin care products available in Portland.
Latisse® is a topical, apply-at-home treatment patients can use to add fullness and length to inadequate eyelashes. In addition to adding length and fullness, Latisse® may also darken existing eyelashes, providing the patient with a more aesthetically pleasing result.
Hyperhidrosis is a condition of excessive sweating, beyond what is required for regulating body temperature. Specific body parts can be affected, such as the hands, feet, armpits, face, or the body in general. The problem can occur at different times of day, including the middle of the night. Our hyperhidrosis treatment can help dramatically improve your condition so you can live without the embarrassment of excess sweat.
Learn more about massage therapy options at Burgess Plastic Surgery MedSpa.
For patients who are advised to limit sun exposure following a procedure, Obagi SunShield is a SPF 50 and Neocutis Journee is an SPF 30, and both are sold in our office.
Dr. Burgess offers bioCorneum®+ as a means to minimize scars following surgery and help flatten and shrink existing scars through silicone treatment. The silicone sheet serves as a protective barrier that is waterproof, breathable, and flexible. It is the only FDA approved silicone scar treatment that contains SPF to further protect against hyperpigmentation and increased erythema.