Skin Oasis Dermatology

Menopause and Your Skin

February 18, 2017 | Women’s Journal | Dr. Katina Bryd Miles  — “Menopause is a season of transition within the female body.  A coveted perk of menopause is no longer having the monthly, but this perk comes at a cost.  Common and known menopause symptoms include hot flashes…” READ MORE   To schedule a[…]

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Skin Oasis Dermatology is 2 Years Old!

December 22, 2016, Skin Oasis Dermatology will be 2 years old.  What an accomplishment!  Skin Oasis Dermatology has grown to over 6,000 patients.  Our goal is to treat our patients with integrity and respect.  During the past two years, we have had the privilege of meeting and treating amazing people.[…]

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‘Tis the Season…For Eczema

What is eczema?  I normally tell my patients that eczema is dry skin with an attitude.  It is often used as a catch-all word for atopic dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, nummular dermatitis, diaper dermatitis, allergic and irritant contact dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is usually diagnosed in infancy.  The incidence has been increasing[…]

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Unwanted Neck Fat Doesn’t Have to Stay | Kybella

Kybella Kybella is a refined version of a substance called deoxycholic acid, which is naturally produced by your body. Deoxycholic acid’s primary role is assisting with fat absorption. It destroys fat cells wherever it is injected, causing them to be absorbed by the body. This makes it an innovative and[…]

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Reveal Your Natural Glow | Chemical peels

Summer has ended and the fall season has arrived.  Now it is time to address the skin damage caused by the sun.  One of the safest and least invasive ways to rejuvenate skin, chemical peels can be customized to not only reverse the effects of sun, cold and wind exposure[…]

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PRP for Skin and Hair

Coursing through our blood vessels is our very own rejuvenating serum. PRP stands for platelet rich plasma. Blood tubes in two layers divided by centrifuge after. cosmetic manipulation Blood consists of a variety of cell types. Red blood cells are the nurturers of the body. They provide oxygen and nutrients[…]

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Skin Care Matters

Skin care matters. The skin is the largest organ. It protects us from dehydration, infection,  and maintains temperature regulation.   In fact, significant disruption of the skin can be catastrophic. Here are basic actions that you can take to maintain your skin health.  Take short lukewarm showers. Long hot showers dry out the[…]

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