Microdermabrasions Procedures in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Lake Orion, Troy, and the rest of Southeast Michigan

Parisian Peel Medical Microdermabrasion, the original skin renewal process from France, is a quick, gentle and affordable way to restore the beauty of your skin. It’s the non-chemical, non-surgical European approach used successfully since 1992 to treat fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, acne scars and other superficial skin blemishes. Refresh, renew, revitalize your skin using the new Parisian Peel Medical Microdermabrasion process!

Conditions Treatable With Microdermabrasion

The Parisian Peel Medical Microdermabrasion skin renewal process has been used successfully since 1992 to treat superficial skin damage caused by aging, sun exposure or injury. Conditions treated successfully include:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Age spots/superficial pigmentation
  • General exfoliation/rejuvenation
  • Acne scars
  • Enlarged or oily pores
  • Blackheads and whiteheads
  • Post-traumatic pigmentation
  • Adjunctive to cosmetic surgery
  • Blending post-lasered skin

Non-Treatable Conditions

Parisian Peel Medical Microdermabrasion should not be used for the following conditions:

  • Malignant cutaneous tumors
  • Certain keratoses
  • Evolving dermatosis
  • Use with the drug Accutane® (isotretinoin)


The Parisian Peel brand Medical Microdermabrasion is a quick, gentle skin renewal process that can treat superficial blemishes on your skin caused by aging or too much exposure to the sun. Originally developed in France, the Parisian Peel process has been used successfully throughout the world to treat fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, acne scars and similar skin conditions.

Microdermabrasion is not a chemical, not a laser and not a surgical procedure. Instead, the Parisian Peel system gently buffs the surface of your skin to remove the rough outer layer of cells and uncover the smoother, softer skin beneath. Works well on all colors of skin. It is more affordable than laser, surgery or other methods.


No recovery time (return immediately to your daily activities).


Requires no anesthesia.


A typical Parisian Peel treatment takes 30 to 45 minutes. A series of 5 to 10 treatments may be required to obtain the best results. Your physician will recommend a treatment plan that fits your skin type and condition. Because Parisian Peel is so gentle, you can have as many treatments as you need without worrying about side effects.


You’ll feel minimal discomfort, only the glow of newer, fresher skin. Benefits of Parisian Peel Microdermabrasion causes minimal discomfort (a temporary “wind-burn” sensation) No recovery time (return immediately to your daily activities) Produces no side effects.


During this entire surgical experience, Dr. Hainer and the entire staff at North Oakland Plastic Surgery is committed toward availability. Dr. Hainer will provide each patient with his personal beeper number that is available 24hrs a day. Your well-being and smooth recovery is of utmost importance to us all. We strive to meet all of your needs and make ourselves available at all times for any questions that may arise. Our goal through the entire process is to inform and educate you so that there are no surprises and that all your expectations are fulfilled. Care is individualized and personalized to make this entire experience a pleasant one.

Aluminum Oxide Controversy: Facts or Fallacy

At a recent physician’s meeting in Southern California, concerns were expressed regarding the use of aluminum oxide as part of the treatment of microdermabrasion and specifically, statements were made relating this material to the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease and/or pulmonary fibrosis.

aluminum oxide ControversyReports cited as correlating exposure to aluminum oxide with the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease or pulmonary fibrosis have frequently been misquoted or taken completely out of content. To be precise, these reports deal specifically with aluminum mine workers. In a report entitled “Pulmonary Fibrosis in Aluminum Oxide Workers,” the writers specifically indicate that the nine subjects in question had an average duration of working place exposure to aluminum oxide of 25 years and all had smoked or continued to smoke cigarettes. What the study also indicated was that these workers had excessive and prolonged exposure to dust in work environments without the use of OSHA recommended respirators. Other published studies indicate similar results and all study subjects were mine workers.

To date, many neuroscientists have indicated that the two prominent marks of Alzheimer’s, called beta amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles, may well be the cause of Alzheimer’s. There is no mention of any connection between aluminum or any derivative thereof and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Additionally, accordingly to the Journal of American Dentistry Association (JADA), a study indicated that aluminum oxide crystals have been in use since the 1940’s as the medium for air-abrasion systems. These systems use aluminum oxide crystals to abrade teeth for removing caries (decay) and in preparing teeth for bonding. This means that the crystals were being put directly into the mouths of humans.

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are documents that contain information about the potential health effects of exposure to a particular chemical. Beyond the minimum information required by OSHA to ensure that the hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are evaluated, and that the information concerning their hazards is transmitted to employers and employees, some suppliers put more details in their MSDS than is required. This unfortunately provides an opportunity for unscrupulous companies to exaggerate and promulgate scare tactics about particular substances to serve their commercial needs.

The Aluminum Oxide Controversy: Facts or Fallacy, By Laura L. Root, CIDESCO Diplomate, Published in Dermascope, 2000:25;4