Category Archives: Vancouver Community

SCPS Donates to Elder Abuse Prevention Fundraiser

Elder-Coalition-BasketSalmon Creek Plastic Surgery is proud to donate a basket full of skin care products, gift certificates and other goodies to the Southwest Washington Elder Abuse Prevention (SWEAP) fundraiser.

The event  is called “Agents Against Elder Abuse – Casino Night in Monaco” and is April 18, 2014 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the Heathman Lodge. SWEAP dedicates itself to providing services that promote independence, enhance the quality of life and prevent vulnerable abuse. For more information, see the organization’s website.

Pink Lemonade Project Party with a Purpose

Salmon Creek Plastic Surgery is donating a gift basket for the Pink Lemonade Project fundraiser   Pink Glow, A Party with a Purpose. The event is March 22, at 5:30 pm at the Leftbank Annex in Portland. Tickets are $75. This is the event’s first year, with proceeds benefitting Pink Lemonade Project, which helps survivors of breast cancer.

Pink-Lemonade-BasketThe SCPS Pink Lemonade Project gift basket includes the full line of Obagi skin care products  – Foaming Gel Cleanser, Toner, Clear, Exfoderm, Blender, Sun Shield SPF 50, Elastiderm Eye Cream and a skin care consultation with Karen Kent.  Also included are a gift certificate for a laser consultation with Dr. Green, a gift certificate for 3 laser Genesis treatments, and a bottle of Pink Lemonade.

Must Love Dogs Annual Dinner and Auction

Salmon Creek Plastic Surgery is proud to be participating in the Must Love Dogs NW “There’s No Place Like Home, An Emerald Affair”  annual dinner and benefit auction Saturday, March 15, 2014  at 5:30pm at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, WA.

Must-Love-Dogs-BasketThe SCPS Must Love Dogs gift basket includes the full line of Epionce skin care products, including Gentle Foaming Cleanser, Lytic Lotion, Renewal Facial Lotion, and Renewal Eye Cream.  You’ll also meet with our Aesthetician Karen Kent for a skin care evaluation and instructions on how to use the Epionce products. There’s also a gift certificate for a laser consultation with Dr. Richard Green and a gift certificate for three laser Genesis treatments.  Finally, for your canine friends, we have a water dish, doggy shampoo, a doggie blanket, and a cute porcelain Scotty dog.

If you’re interested in attending the event, you can learn more here.

SCPS Hosts Reception for Notre Dame Prospects

We were honored to host a reception in January for students from the Portland and Vancouver metro area who had been accepted early to the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Green’s alma mater.

The admissions office would like these very bright and talented young people to choose Notre Dame over the other fine universities to which they have been accepted.

We spent time talking about the merits of the University and the wonderful experience they would have in beautiful Northwest Indiana.  We conveniently forgot to mention the weather at this time of year (15° below zero during a stretch near the beginning of the year).


Salmon Creek Plastic Surgery’s Annual Furry Friends June Fundraiser

Just as we like to make a difference in the lives of our patients, we like to make a difference in our community. During June we will be working to help Furry Friends, a Vancouver non-profit organization that helps homeless, abandoned, and abused pets by providing foster shelter, medical care, spaying, neutering, and homes.

From June 3 to June 28, make a donation to Furry Friends in the amount of $50 or more and be entered to win a gift basket valued at $1,000 and receive a gift certificate for an Interlude Facial valued at $90. In addition, Salmon Creek Plastic Surgery will donate to Furry Friends 20% of all proceeds from Botox and Filler injections done June 10-14.

In the meantime, here’s one furry friend that could use a new home:



Noah has been with Furry Friends for a while now. He loves people. He loves to be where you are, watching you and laying in the middle of the floor so you have to step over him; impressing upon you that he cannot be ignored. He really needs someone to open their heart and welcome him into their home. People are afraid because he has this disease called Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) also called Feline Aids, which he caught when he was left on the streets to fend for himself. Since he has been with us he has been healthy and not shown any signs of illness. He was buddies with another FIV male cat but Zavie was adopted and Noah was left behind. It was a great day for Zavie, but Noah has been lonely ever since. Do your research, consult your vet and please consider adopting Noah.

Color: Gray Tabby
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Birthdate: March 2004
Sex: Neutered Male