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Lisa Taylor Plastic Surgery

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Dr. Taylor is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Lisa Taylor has been practicing plastic surgery in Oklahoma since 1998. She chose to return to her home state after finishing her plastic surgery fellowship from the University of California San Francisco. Thousands of patients have benefited from her surgical skills and professional judgment.

We hope this site answers general questions; however specific questions regarding your unique circumstances can only be addressed during a personal consultation.

“My goal is to have beautiful, harmonious, and natural results that physically and psychologically uplift our patients.  Listening to the desires and concerns of each individual and helping them achieve their goals in the most artistic and safest way possible is of utmost importance to me.  I am relentless, steadfast, and meticulous in perfecting our surgical plan delicately and precisely. The staff and I strive to educate our patients so they do not feel helpless in the decision process and to have realistic expectations.”

– Dr. Lisa Taylor.


Dear Dr. Taylor, Today I'm celebrating 5 years cancer free! As I reflect on my cancer journey; one of the things I'm so thankful for is that someone referred me to you and I ended up receiving your wonderful care and benefiting from your surgical skills! You and your staff have been one of the more

Lisa and staff, Thank you so much for the wonderful job you did on me. Your kindness and professional attitude were deeply appreciated. I feel so fortunate to have you as my doctor. Many thanks!

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What’s New

Covid 19 Update

January 2021

Our office staff and surgery schedule are open at this time. Your health and safety continue to be our top priority and we will continue to make every effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus or any other virus for that matter. We will continue to follow guidelines regarding Covid -19 pandemic, as we know it is a fluid and changing situation.

We continue to offer “telemedicine”, including in consultations and follow up by phone when applicable.

Patients who require an in office visit will be receiving a pre-screening questionnaire prior to their appointment. We continue to limit in office patients to one patient in the waiting room at a time. You may be asked to wait for your appointment in your car.

Patients are required to call the office when they have arrived to the parking lot prior to entering.
If patients have not already filled out their questionnaire, they will do so at the entryway. Patients will have their temperature taken, their sense of smell tested and be given hand sanitizer at the door. It will take more time between patients to re-sanitize the surfaces and rooms etc. please continue to be patient with us as we work through this together. Our staff will be wearing masks during your visit and especially if within 6 feet of your person.

Surgeries are being scheduled as normal. Testing for active COVID-19 must be negative prior to your surgery date. We will proceed incrementally with every effort to protect our patients and staff as circumstances dictate. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding!

We recommend taking good care of yourselves and your immune system by getting plenty of rest and drinking adequate daily fluids, particularly water.  It is recommended to drink between 12 and 15 cups of fluids per day.  Take vitamin supplements to boost your immune system, three of the more important ones would be:

Zinc gluconate or glycerinate 50mg per day

Vitamin D3 5000 IU’s per day

Vitamin C 2000mg per day

Ask your primary care physician if you qualify to take hydroxychloroquine 200mg twice a week for prevention of  COVID-19

If you have any additional questions or concerns please do not hesitate to call our office at 405-751-1321. We will keep you updated as changes evolve.

Stay Safe & Healthy!

Best Regards,

Dr. Lisa Taylor

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