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    Understanding What Happens During Arm Lift Surgery

    Last updated 7 months ago

    Extra fat and skin on the upper arms makes any woman feel self-conscious and can hinder her ability to feel comfortable in sleeveless shirts and dresses. If you are tired of your upper arms being uncooperative with your ideal body image, an arm lift can help. Keep reading to learn more about this cosmetic surgery and the benefits it can bring:

    The Necessary Anesthesia
    Since this procedure is a form of plastic surgery, it does require anesthesia. You will get the necessary amount of medication to ensure that you are comfortably asleep during the procedure.

    The Procedure
    Once you are safely under, Dr Jennifer Geoghegan will make an incision based on her previous consultations. Usually, the cut is made on the inside or on the back of the arm so it is as minimally visible as possible. The Dr Geoghegan can use liposuction to remove excess fat from the area. He or she will also make the necessary changes to reform the shape of the arm.

    The Finishing Touches
    Once the arm has been lifted to its new position, Dr Geoghegan will either stitch up the area or use absorbable sutures to safely close the incision. You will return for some follow-up visits so Dr Geoghegan can check on your progress, but the results will be visible almost immediately after the procedure.

    If you are ready to get firm, toned arms, Dr. Jennifer Geoghegan and the team at Oasis Plastic Surgery & Skin Spa are here to help. Whether you want an arm lift or skin treatments, our staff is dedicated to bringing you the best results. We make it easy to get the cosmetic procedures that you need to feel your best in Scottsdale, Arizona. To learn more about our services or to schedule a consultation, visit us online or call (480) 264-6428.

    How Dermaplaning Compares to Microdermabrasion

    Last updated 8 months ago

    Our skin care spa offers a variety of treatments that help reduce blemishes and other imperfections that affect the appearance of your complexion. Dermaplaning and microdermabrasion are two procedures that offer real results. Keep reading to learn more about the differences between these procedures:

    Dermaplaning is an exfoliation technique that takes off the outer layer of damaged skin cells to leave you with a smoother, more even complexion. It is also used to remove unwanted facial hair and decrease the appearance of fine lines. Microdermabrasion also removes the outer layer of dead skin cells to smooth out the skin. Both give you a quick and easy way to improve your complexion.

    Come to Oasis Plastic Surgery to get the best skin care and med spa services in the Scottsdale area. Led by Dr. Jennifer Geoghegan, our experienced team is trained to provide treatments that get to the root of your cosmetic concerns. To learn more, call (480) 264-6428.

    Conditions that Can Be Treated by a Chemical Peel

    Last updated 8 months ago

    A chemical peel can help improve a variety of skin conditions that could otherwise detract from your appearance and might even prematurely age you. Chemical peels gently remove damaged outer layers of skin, improving the tone, texture, and clarity of your complexion. If you have noticed any of the following conditions, make an appointment with our skin care spa to see how a chemical peel can work for you:

    Wrinkles and Fine Lines
    Wrinkles and fine lines on the face can make you look older than you actually are. If you are ready to see a more youthful complexion when you look in the mirror, a chemical peel can help you get rid of these imperfections and once again recognize your youthful, beautiful self.

    Mild Acne Scars
    If your face still shows evidence of acne scars, a chemical peel can help. This treatment option actually decreases the appearance of mild facial scars. It can even be used to treat some acne. Talk to our skin care specialist to see if a chemical peel is the right treatment option for your acne and scarring issues.

    Age Spots, Freckles, and Dark Patches
    Enjoying time outdoors under the Arizona sun can easily lead to skin imperfections. If you notice new age spots, sunspots, freckles, or even dark patches on the skin of your face, it might be time to make an appointment for a chemical peel. This treatment can even out your skin tone and reduce hyperpigmentation.

    Oasis Plastic Surgery is here to provide all of the cosmetic services you need to look and feel your best. Our dedicated staff can give you a chemical peel that diminishes skin imperfections and allows you to literally put your best face forward. To learn more about our Scottsdale skin care and med spa, visit us online or call (480) 264-6428.

    Excellent Review for Oasis Plastic Surgery

    Last updated 8 months ago

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    • It was several weeks out to make the first appointment. I like the many services provided. I like that the instructions are clear to understand and written for easy review. The surgery went well and follow up was good. Taking the supplements for surgery did help with less bruising and swelling. I like that Dr. Geoghegan asks, "What... More


    Understanding Your Breast Reconstruction Options

    Last updated 8 months ago

    A breast cancer diagnosis is terrifying for anyone to hear. It is important to remember, though, that you are not alone. Teams of medical professionals are available to help you fight and beat cancer and to regain your normal life afterward.

    If you have breast cancer and will undergo a mastectomy, talk to Dr Geoghegan about reconstructive surgery that can restore your breasts and your confidence. If you reach out for help in your time of need, you will soon feel and look more like yourself. Learn more by watching this video.

    Oasis Plastic Surgery’s qualified team and board-certified plastic surgeon can help you explore your reconstruction options if you are dealing with breast cancer. Call (480) 264-6428 today to make an appointment for a consultation at our Scottsdale location.

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