Choosing the right surgeon matters.

The quality, skills, and dedication of your plastic surgeon are important considerations. You have an aesthetic vision – there is something you want to improve in your appearance. The ideal surgeon for you will achieve a result that appears to have been created by nature – not overdone. When under the care of Dr. Hayden, your surgery will be performed with this goal at top of mind.

The care you deserve.

Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Hayden, brings years of experience to every procedure, and uniquely blends surgical procedures with cutting-edge technology for the optimal outcome. He is honored to be chosen by his patients to help them achieve relief, and free from negative self-image issues, with the glow of confidence restored.

Special skills and training

Dr. Haydon has refined his surgical skills over many years devoted to advanced education, along with years of experience. He is committed to helping patients achieve beautiful results. Widely known as being among the best cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons in Austin, Dr. Haydon is highly skilled in surgeries of the breasts.

He performs breast reconstruction surgery both immediately after mastectomy, or after a patient is released for the procedure by their general surgeon. Dr. Haydon continues to be committed to providing cancer patients with aesthetically pleasing reconstructive procedures, which significantly help to heighten confidence for women who have lost a breast due to mastectomy or have had a lumpectomy that altered the appearance of a breast.

Scope of practice Breasts, face, and body procedures

Since 2003, Dr. Scott Haydon, a board-certified plastic surgeon, has been serving the Austin and Central Texas area in cosmetic breast (augmentation, lift, reduction, and implant exchange) and breast cancer reconstruction surgeries. He also has vast experience in several other facets of cosmetic surgery and body contouring, including the mommy makeover, liposuction, abdominoplasty, and facial rejuvenation.

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Leading Austin plastic surgeon: Dr. Scott Hayden

Dr. Haydon holds memberships in numerous organizations, including the prestigious American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). He was recognized in 2013, 2015 and 2015 as one of the “Top 100 Surgeons” on RealSelf.com, a popular review site for plastic surgeons across America.

RealSelf.com also inducted him into their Hall of Fame for his outstanding patient reviews, as well as for his patient education. Dr. Haydon was selected by his peers as an outstanding practicing doctor in Texas.

After an extensive nomination and research process conducted by MSP Communications, the results were published in Texas Super Doctors, a special advertising section in the December 2019 issue of Texas Monthly.

Dr. Haydon utilizes the latest technology and employs advanced surgical techniques to provide his patients with enhanced health and self-esteem.

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In his own words…

What inspired you to become a plastic surgeon?

As a medical student, I started doing wound healing and research at the Shriners Hospital. This led to an exposure to not only burn reconstruction, but also craniofacial surgery like cleft lip and palate repair. My introduction to aesthetic surgery was in Dallas during my fellowship at UT Southwestern. I became enamored with the creativity and artistic component to cosmetic procedures. The quest to perform perfect surgery is my daily challenge.


What are the most popular procedures (surgical and non-surgical) that your patients are asking for right now?

Combination procedures such as tummy tuck with liposuction coupled with breast augmentation with a lift are becoming the norm. Since anesthesia is so much safer now, we are able to do these longer cases and improve multiple areas. This result is a much more balanced and harmonious result. Our facial and vaginal rejuvenation laser therapy provide remarkable results with minimal downtime. The O-Shot® and implementation of PRP (platelet rich plasma) has definitely been worthwhile to our patients.


How do you envision aesthetics changing in the next 10 to 15 years?

I think people will be doing things at a younger age. People will start thinking about face lifts and eyelid procedures in their 50s while competing in the workplace. The advantage is that the skin and underlying structures are better and so outcomes are better and longer lasting, without the “overdone” look. BOTOX and other fillers will also likely become more popular in younger age patients to act as a preemptive strike on aging

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Education

  • University of Texas Southwestern, 2002
    Dallas, TX
    Plastic Surgery Fellowship
  • Louisiana State University Health Science Center, 2000
    Shreveport, LA
    General Surgery Residency
  • University of Texas Medical Branch, 1994
    Galveston, TX
    Degree: M.D.
  • The University of Texas, 1990
    Austin, TX
    Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance

Professional memberships

  • Alpha Omega Alpha
  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS)
  • American Society for Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
  • Austin Smiles
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Travis County Medical Society
  • Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, University of Texas
  • Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity, University of Texas Medical Branch
  • University of Texas Alumni Association, Life Member

Awards

  • Inducted into the RealSelf Hall of Fame in 2019
  • Named one of the “Top 100 Surgeons” on RealSelf
  • America’s Top Plastic Surgeons, 2009
  • Distinguished Surgeon of the Year, 2009
  • Outstanding House Staff, Louisiana State University Medical Center, 1997
  • Class President, Sophomore and Junior Year. The University of Texas Medical Branch, 1992 and 1993
  • Co-Recipient of the Robert Linberg Award, American Burn Association, April 1992
  • Appointed Chairman of the Senate, Student Government, The University of Texas Medical Branch, 1992.

Publications

  • Kenkel, J.M., Rohrich, R.J., Haydon, M.S. Discussion: Blood Loss in Major Liposuction Procedures: A Comparison Study Using Suction-Assisted vs. Ultrasonically-Assisted Liposuction. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 2001. 108(1): 248.
  • Rohrich, R.J., Haydon, M.S. Discussion: Body Mass Index: Risk Predictor for Cosmetic Day Surgery by de Jong. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 2001. 108(2):562.
  • Haydon, M.S. Rohrich, R.J. Management of the Breast Explantation Patient: Technique and Breast Reshaping. Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2000. 7(3):150.
  • Heggers, J.P., Haydon, M.S., Robson, M.C. Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Exotoxin A: Its Role In Retardation of Wound Healing. The Lindberg Award. J. Burn Care Rehab, 1992. 13: p. 512-518.

Presentations

  • Haydon, M.S. A Rabbit Model for Capsular Contracture – Development and Clinical Implications. Presentation at The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. May, 2002.
  • Haydon, M.S. A Rabbit Model for Capsular Contracture – Development and Clinical Implications. Presentation at the Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons. San Antonio, TX, September, 2001.
  • Haydon, M.S. EIF4E in Solid Tumors. Presentation at The Louisiana Chapter of the American College of Surgeons. New Orleans, LA, January, 1999.
  • Haydon, M.S. Role of EIF4E in Malignant Transformation of Head and Neck Tumors. Presentation at The American Society of Academic Surgeons. Seattle, WA, October, 1999.
  • Haydon, M.S. Role of EIF4E in Malignant Transformation of Head and Neck Tumors. Presentation at The American Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. New Orleans, LA, September, 1998.
  • Haydon, M.S.  Measurement of Bladder Pressures in Gastroschisis as an Adjunct in Abdominal Wall Closure. Presentation at The Louisiana Chapter of the American College of Surgeons. New Orleans, LA, January, 1997.
  • Haydon, M.S. Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Exotoxin A: Its Role in the Retardation of Wound Healing. Presentation at the 24th Annual Meeting at the American Burn Association. Salt Lake City, UT, April, 1992.
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