Board-certified Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Austin's primary mission is to help you make an educated decision, treat you with respect, and provide you with the finest medical service in a safe, comfortable, and professional environment. Dr. Austin performs procedures to improve the appearance of the face, breast, body and skin. Patients who undergo plastic surgery can look forward to gaining self-confidence and a sense of well-being from looking, feeling and functioning at their best.

For those who wish to enhance their appearance, today's cosmetic surgical procedures offer patients the opportunity to reshape physical features and improve their self-esteem. Modern reconstructive surgical procedures can eliminate or minimize a wide range of physical abnormalities caused by accidents, disease and congenital defects, enabling patients to enjoy full and normal lives.

Dr. Austin understands that the decision to undergo surgery can be difficult, and he strives to make certain his patients have all the information they need to make their decision. He believes that well-informed and educated patients progress more easily through surgery and are generally more satisfied with their results. You will find, upon meeting Dr. Austin, that he is a very caring physician willing to spend the time to give you the individualized care that you deserve.

Meet Dr. Austin

Originally from California, Dr. Austin practiced in Mt. Vernon, Washington before relocating to Salem, Oregon in 1996. He was educated at Stanford University and UCLA School of Medicine, and received his residency training at the University of Washington, Seattle, and at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Dr. Austin’s practice encompasses a broad range of aesthetic cosmetic surgery, as well as reconstructive surgery following cancer surgery, trauma, and congenital anomalies.

 
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