Acne Scar Treatments Portland Oregon
At Cascade Medical Aesthetics, our practitioners will determine your best treatment option during your free consultation.
Our acne scar treatments consist of laser, Microneedling, and PRP/Microneedling combination which is one of the latest and greatest advancements in acne scar treatment technology.
Microneedling uses tiny rolling needles which breakdown the structure of the scar and stimulate the formation of new collagen. Our amazing Rejuvapen is used to improve depressed scars such as acne scars and stretch marks, or raised scars such as surgical scars.
When treating scars, typically more than one treatment is needed. Over the course of a series of treatments, the scar will become softer and more evenly toned.
How Many Treatments Do You Need?
The number of treatments you will need for your acne scars will be determined by the type of acne. Often, a 3 treatment series is recommended for optimum results. For scar revision, more treatments may be needed depending on the severity of the scar and/or laser treatment. The Physician at Cascade Medical Aesthetics will determine what type of scarring you have and the best treatment option for you.
"Alison Schulz is the perfect doctor for me. She doesnt judge me just tries to help me as a patient thru education. Alison explains what is happening with my body, why its happening, and what I can do to be healthier in a natural and cost effective manner."
-K.M. - July, 201
Why We Use The Rejuvapen!
How does PRP work?
“I would recommend Dr. Alison Schulz to anyone. She takes the time to listen to all your concerns and conditions, then works with you to create a plan to regain wellness again. She goes above and beyond any Dr. I’ve ever been with!!”
-T.M – Jan, 2016
Common- Ice pick scars are deep pits that are usually less than 2mm across. They extend into the skin, giving the skin an appearance of having been punctured by an ice pick.
Common- Rolling scars are caused by damage under the surface of the skin. They give the skin a wave-like appearance. They tend to be wide and shallow.
Common- Boxcar scars are angular scars with sharp vertical edges, and resemble the scars left by chicken pox. They may be shallow or deep, and are most often found on the cheeks and temples.
Less Common- Hypertrophic scars are raised and lumpy. They tend to appear on the back and chest, but can also appear on the neck and face. Often the result of severe acne (cysts or nodules), they generally stay within the boundary of the original wound, and may decrease in size over time.