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    Weekly Skin Care Tip from Oasis Plastic Surgery

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Eat more fruits and vegetables. The key, says Kraus, are their antioxidant compounds. These compounds fight damage caused by free radicals (unstable molecules that can damage cells), which in turn helps skin look younger and more radiant, and protects against some effects of photo-aging.


    Who is a Good Candidate for a Tummy Tuck?

    Last updated 2 years ago

    The tummy tuck is a cosmetic procedure with increasing popularity, because it can help to flatten the stomach and enhance feminine curves. During the procedure, excess fat in the abdomen is removed and the skin is tightened. The muscles are also tightened so that you can retain a slender tone long after your surgery. Below are some signs that you may benefit from this procedure:

    • Diet and exercise are ineffective: With age, the skin loses its elasticity and the muscles lose strength, so you may have increasing difficulty tightening problem areas like the stomach. When this is the case, your best exercise efforts may not be enough to flatten your belly. Ideal candidates for tummy tuck surgery are physically fit and within 30% of a healthy weight.
    • You are a new mom: Pregnancy takes a toll on your abdomen, and you may be feeling a lack of self-confidence due to your new mommy figure. A tummy tuck is a great way to restore your pre-pregnancy body, especially when combined with breast enhancement and liposuction for a complete mommy makeover.
    • You have realistic expectations: The tummy tuck is not a method of weight loss, but it does help you achieve the slim figure you desire. Surgery is most successful for patients with no preexisting medical conditions who are committed to a healthy lifestyle. If you only have a small pooch of excess skin and fat that you are trying to eliminate, a mini tummy tuck may be right for you. This procedure is less invasive than a traditional tummy tuck, and usually focuses exclusively on the lower abdomen.

    Learn more about the tummy tuck and other procedures to improve your body with Oasis Plastic Surgery & Skin Spa. Call us at (480) 264-6428 or visit our website to schedule a consultation. 


    Weekly Skin Care Tip from Oasis Plastic Surgery

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Eat more fish -- particularly salmon. Not only is salmon (along with other cold-water fish) a great source of protein -- one of the building blocks of great skin -- it's also an awesome source of an essential fatty acid known as omega-3. Perricone tells WebMD that essential fatty acids help nourish skin and keep it plump and youthful, helping to reduce wrinkles.


    What's Your Favorite Valentine's Day Gift?

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Valentine’s Day in upon us! What is your favorite gift to receive? Flowers, chocolates or a facial? 

    At Oasis Plastic Surgery we offer several different signature facials. From our signature Fire and Ice Facial to our Oasis Purifying Facial we've got just what you need for the PERFECT Valentine's Day gift! Give us a call at (480) 264-6428 to book your appointment today.

    Beginner's Guide to a Tummy Tuck

    Last updated 2 years ago

    If you have excess skin and fat in your abdomen, a tummy tuck may be the right solution to help you flatten your belly. This procedure is especially popular with new moms looking to get in shape after pregnancy. This video can help you understand the potential benefits of the tummy tuck procedure. The surgery can be customized to your needs by focusing only on the lower abdomen, tightening the muscles, or removing skin where stretch marks are highly problematic.

    Schedule a consultation with Oasis Plastic Surgery & Skin Spa to see if a tummy tuck is ideal for your figure. Learn more about us on our website or by calling (480) 264-6428. 


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