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Learn the Latest From Austin, TX, Plastic Surgeon Christine Fisher MD

With a commitment to staying at the forefront of plastic surgery technology and techniques, as well as non-surgical aesthetic procedures, Dr. Christine Fisher keeps her patients informed about the latest news and events related to cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery and non-surgical procedures at Dr. Christine Fisher's office and medspa in Austin, TX.

October 9, 2018

State-of-the-Art Breast Surgery Center Opens in Austin

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 ofRead More…

October 2, 2018

RevitaLash Special – Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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September 19, 2018

Christine Fisher MD at Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure®: September 30, 2018

We are privileged to be a sponsor of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® in Austin, taking place Sunday, September 30. This year’s race will include almost 6,000 participants, from breast cancer survivors, thrivers and fighters to the loved ones and co-survivors of those who have been personally affected by breast cancer. ThisRead More…

September 17, 2018

How Long is Breast Implant Recovery?

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 andRead More…

September 10, 2018

Staff Picks – Skincare Products We Love: RevitaLash & RevitaBrow

This blog is written by Claire Spera, patient care coordinator for our breast reconstruction patients. It is part of our Staff Picks Series, where we highlight the medical-grade skincare products that our staff and providers use and love. When I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 27, I had no idea what was inRead More…

September 7, 2018

Grand Opening Celebration: September 13, 2018

Be sure to RSVP for our biggest party of the year! Christine Fisher MD

June 6, 2017

Application of Embrace® Scar Therapy

What is Embrace® Scar Therapy? For patients with thick, raised, visible scars after surgery, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Christine Fisher may recommend Embrace® Scar Therapy, a dressing containing medical-grade silicone. Embrace® may be used on practically any part of the body to reduce the appearance of scars, including surgical scars resulting from breast reconstruction and cosmeticRead More…

February 15, 2017

Why Choose Christine Fisher MD In Austin, Texas

While all plastic surgeons receive basic training in breast reconstruction during their residency programs, not all plastic surgeons are comfortable performing all types of reconstructions and many do not practice breast reconstruction frequently in their practices. Dr. Fisher’s primary focus is breast reconstruction. She has performed hundreds of reconstructions using natural tissue or implant-based methods.Read More…

January 30, 2017

Why Do I Need To Have A CT-Angiogram Before My DIEP Flap Reconstruction?

DIEP flap reconstruction has come a long way since the early description of the procedure in the early 1990s. Our understanding of the perforating vessels that supply circulation to the lower abdominal skin and fat has evolved. Everyone’s anatomy is unique, and a CT-angiogram provides a clear road map of a patient’s anatomy. The benefits ofRead More…

January 15, 2017

Radiation And Tissue Expanders: What Should I Know?

Sometimes, a breast cancer patient will be offered radiation in addition to surgical therapy to give her optimal opportunity to avoid recurrence of her cancer. Radiation is typically delivered only to the breast and armpit area on the side of the cancer. While undergoing treatment, the radiated area can become red and inflamed, similar toRead More…

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