Salmon Creek Plastic Surgery’s Dr. Rick Green Joins Other Top Physicians on Cutera’s First Medical Advisory Board

Rick Green, MD, FACS, joins five other renowned surgeons on the 2017 Medical Advisory Board for Cutera, Inc., a leading provider of laser, light and other energy-based aesthetic systems for practitioners worldwide. Read the full press release on the Cutera website.

At local clinic, restoring hair likened to ‘planting flowers’

Hair restoration has gotten less painful, thanks to new medical technology that replaces scalpels and sutures with needles and tiny incisions. Read the full article in The Columbian »


Dr. Green and Dr. Huang (retired) on AM Northwest discussing Pearl Fractional Treatment

Dr. Green and Dr. Huang (retired) discuss the latest in laser treatments: the Pearl Fractional (fractional ablative) and Pearl (epidermal skin renewal). Together, they offer a unique solution for treating wrinkles, uneven skin texture, pore size, brown spots and sun damage.

Dr. Green and Dr. Huang (retired) on AM Northwest discussing a Short Scar Facelift

Dr. Virginia Huang (retired) and Dr. Richard Green describe the advantages of the short scar facelift and how it can be combined with the Pearl laser resurfacing procedure.

Dr. Huang (retired) on CBS in Portland, Oregon discussing Pearl Laser Treatment

Dr. Virginia Huang (retired) explains Pearl as a new way to treat extensive sun damage by resurfacing the skin and improving the skins texture. Dr. Huang (retired) also combines the Pearl treatment with her short-scar face lift procedures.

Dr. Richard Green Introduction

Vancouver plastic surgeon, Dr. Green, introduces himself and talks about his dedication to you as a patient.

Dr. Green on CBS in Portland, Oregon discussing Pearl Fractional Treatment

Dr. Richard Green of Salmon Creek Plastic Surgery explains the Pearl Fractional procedure as a very effective treatment for repairing lines in the skin formed as a result of sun damage, smoking and general aging.

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