Dr. Schulz offers aesthetic services including microneedling, sclerotherapy, injectables, laser treatments for skin discoloration, and minor surgical procedures. She received her professional injectable training at Pacific Northwest Aesthetic Academy (PNAA) and has hands-on experience with a number of dermal fillers and toxins.
The following are examples of conditions that can be treated in office by Dr. Schulz.
Acne and Acne Scarring
An extremely common skin condition affecting millions of people, acne can have a damaging effect on both your appearance and your self-esteem.
Age spots – also known as liver spots – are unsightly blemishes that can develop on the face and back of the hands as we age.
Melasma is characterized by dark patches that exist mainly on the face. Though it’s not a dangerous condition, it can dramatically alter your appearance.
Moles/ Skin Tags
Moles and skin tags can be bothersome when they rub on your clothing, or maybe you just don’t like the appearance. Many moles are benign and can easily be removed with no to little scarring. If your mole looks suspicious in any way it will be sent out for analysis by a pathologist.
Although scars are simply a sign that your body was able to heal itself, many patients want to remove these marks based on location and/ or associated discomfort. Scars can cause fascial restrictions and chronic pain which can be treated.
Spider veins are small red, purple and blue blood vessels that follow a branching pattern and commonly appear on the legs and ankles. These can be treated with laser or sclerotherapy.
Stretch marks can occur as the result of weight gain or pregnancy, or they can appear seemingly out of nowhere. Stretch marks can have a dramatic impact on your appearance, causing you to appear less toned than you really are.
Sun Damage/ Fine Lines and Wrinkles
No matter how carefully you protect your skin from the sun’s rays, damage does occur. Sun exposure, smoking, gravity (natural aging), and genetics contribute to aging patterns. Wrinkles and fine lines affect us all eventually – but they don’t have to appear before you’re ready.