At Austin Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, we offer breast augmentation surgery to help you achieve the look you desire. Breast augmentation is an elective surgical procedure that uses implants or even fat transfers to enhance the size and shape of your breasts. Our experienced plastic surgeons can tailor the procedure to meet your individual needs, […]
At Austin Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, we provide Austin, TX area patients with a wide selection of services to achieve better body contours and an overall improvement in appearance. Women who are unhappy with the size and shape of their breasts may be ready to speak to a cosmetic surgeon about undergoing breast augmentation. Dr.
Aging, hormone changes, childbirth and breastfeeding can dramatically impact the shape and firmness of breasts. Perhaps you have noticed that your breasts don’t sit as high as they once did, they feel deflated or maybe you have had surgery that has altered the appearance of your breasts. From creating voluptuous curves to rebuilding after a
Aging, hormone changes, childbirth and breastfeeding can dramatically impact the shape, size and firmness of your breasts. Perhaps you’ve always wanted a fuller bust, or you’ve noticed your breasts don’t sit as high as they once did. Perhaps your breasts feel deflated, or maybe you’ve had surgery that has altered their appearance. From creating voluptuous
Dr. Christine Fisher Observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month at New Location Austin, TX — Renowned breast reconstruction surgeon Dr. Christine Fisher has a new location in Austin, just in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. As a plastic surgeon specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the breast, Dr. Fisher spends much of
Breast augmentation is a procedure that boasts a high patient satisfaction rate, due to its ability to dramatically enhance your appearance. However, before you can enjoy your new breasts to the fullest, you will need to complete the post-operative recovery process. How long does recovery take and how does it feel? Dr. Christine Fisher and