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Last Quarter Witnessing More Treatments at Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics Medical Spa
Date:11/26/2013

Prescott, Arizona (PRWEB) November 26, 2013

Whether due to the holiday rush or insurance deductibles being met, Dr. Robin Fleck, founder and medical director of Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics and Medispa, Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute and Prescott Vein Specialties has seen increased procedures requested in the past six weeks at all three businesses. This is exciting news since, for the past several years with stagnant economic conditions across the country, patients appear to be spending again.

It’s that time of year again when cold weather is upon us, and winter clothes are on. The holiday season is approaching with family reunions, dinner parties, shopping and maybe even an end of year bonus! Health insurance deductibles are met, and income tax refunds are just a few short months away. This is the perfect time to have Botox or cosmetic filler done before the next dinner party, or get varicose veins treated now that the insurance deductible is met. Winter is ideal for the medical and cosmetic treatments not only financially, but offers the ability for patients to schedule more time off to heal if the need arises. Friends and family that live far away are now closer to offer a helping hand.

Located in Prescott, Arizona, Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics and Medispa, Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute and Prescott Vein Specialties provide cutting edge laser and cosmetic dermatology services under the direction of board certified dermatologist, Robin Fleck, M.D. Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute offers a full complement of dermatologic treatments including skin cancer and melanoma screening and treatment, Botox and cosmetic fillers, treatment for acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. Prescott Vein Specialties concentrates on the diagnosis and treatment of venous disorders including chronic venous insufficiency, varicose veins and spider veins. Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics offers laser hair and tattoo removal, laser resurfacing for premature aging, laser liposuction to treat double chin and jowls, platelet rich plasma therapy for treating wrinkles and for hair restoration, and the new Noveon nail laser treatment for nail fungus.

With varicose vein laser treatment, having the procedure done in the winter ensures patients a more comfortable experience. After the procedure, patients are required to wear compression stockings for up to a month. During the colder months the compression stockings provide another layer to keep them warm, while in the summer the heat can become uncomfortable. “Patients are very pleased with the entire experience, and their legs will have time to fully heal before bathing suit season arrives,” adds Audrey Hoke, medical assistant at Vein Specialties.

Cosmetic patients find the fall and winter months an opportune time to have their laser treatments done, such as the Active FX CO2 resurfacing laser. In just 2 weeks, patients look 10 years younger with this remarkable procedure. The Active FX procedure requires the client to avoid sun exposure for several months after the laser treatment. Most clients find this restriction easier to comply with during the holiday season when their attention is focused indoors on family and friends. In the first six weeks of this quarter, Dr. Fleck reports having performed one of these procedures every week.

Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics and MediSpa has also just acquired the latest technology for the treatment of toenail fungus called the Noveon laser. Most patients do not want to show off their feet until the fungus has vanished. Treating the toenails in the fall and winter allows healing to occur and when it is time to pull out those sandals, clients have beautiful, healthy, fungus-free nails.

Finally, laser hair removal usually requires monthly treatments for six consecutive months. Therefore starting this series of treatments in the fall makes a lot of sense and can have you ready to show off your legs by summer. “Whether financially or medically advantageous, patients are finding fall and winter the perfect times to get the treatments they have been putting off for months,” adds Sunny.

To learn more about the treatments offered at Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics, Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute and Prescott Vein Specialties, please visit http://www.rejuvadoc.com or call us at (928) 778-7000.

Robin Fleck, M.D., is a double board certified dermatologist and internist, recognized by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Internal Medicine. She is founder and medical director of Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute and Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics. Dr. Fleck is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, American College of Physicians, American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, American Venous Forum and the American College of Phlebology. She is also the medical director of Vein Specialties in Prescott, Arizona, where she treats chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins.

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