M. Scott Haydon MD
About the Practice
I am committed to providing the highest level of surgical skill with attention to detail to achieve results that exceed expectations. It is important my patients feel like they are involved in the process. Over the last 15 years I have molded by practice into procedures that I am most passionate about. As a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, I continually strive to achieve excellence. I attend meetings and review journals to maintain a cutting edge for my patients.
My most commonly performed procedures are breast surgeries, including breast augmentation, lifts, reductions and cancer reconstruction. I employ a special preoperative assessment and detailed measurements in breast augmentation consultations to determine an ideal implant size. This system along with precise surgical technique results in minimal pain and the ability to return to normal activities the very next day. I utilize a short scar “lollipop” incisions to minimize unsightly scars and provide a better long term shape for most of my reductions and lifts. It’s very common for me to perform a lift and augmentation at the same time. Since breast augmentation has been around since the 1970s, a large percentage of our patients are revisions and implant exchanges. Modern day implants have revolutionized breast augmentation and fortunately have very low risk of reoperation.
Other commonly performed cosmetic surgery involves body contouring. The popular mommy makeover was coined to deal with areas of the body most affected by pregnancy. Abdominoplasty along with liposuction with PALS (power assisted liposuction) are performed by themselves or coupled with breast procedures to balance the entire body.
Facial rejuvenation with eyelid and brow lifts and face and neck lifts can restore a more youthful refreshed appearance. Rhinoplasty can be done for nasal reshaping and to improve breathing.
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Background & Certification
Dr. Haydon received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1994, and then served a six year general surgery residency at Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport. He then returned to Texas to complete a two year plastic surgery fellowship at the internationally acclaimed University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Immersed in plastic surgery while working with many of the recognized leaders in the field, he developed a particular interest in cosmetic surgery as well as skin cancer and breast cancer reconstruction. Dr. Haydon continues to be committed to providing cancer patients with aesthetically pleasing reconstructive procedures which contribute to a heightened self-esteem.
Fellowship: Plastic Surgery
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Resident: General Surgery
Louisiana State University Medical Center
The University of Texas Medical Branch
Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance
The University of Texas
Awards & Honors
American Burn Association, Robert Linberg Award, April 1992 Co-Recipient
Class President, University of Texas Medical Branch, 1992, 1993
Outstanding House Staff, Louisiana State University Medical Center, 1997
Distinguished Surgeon of the Year, 2009
America’s Top Plastic Surgeons, 2009
Affiliations & Memberships
Alpha Omega Alpha
American College of Surgeons
American Society for Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
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
Staff & Facilities
APSI's Plastic Surgery Center offers the best quality medical care, improved aesthetic results and the widest range of surgery procedures available in one practice. From tummy tucks to facelifts, we are guaranteed to have a procedure that is right for you.
"Ask a Question" Responses
I had a bilateral breast reduction 9 weeks ago to relieve back pain symptoms and because I have spent my life hating them and wanted them gone. I am...
I'm hopeful that your swelling has continued to resolve and that your shape is getting better. One of the most difficult things about doing a...
6 MONTHS POST-OP: Is it okay for me to get nipple piercings now?
If your incisions are healed, there should not be any reason you can't.
Is 920g of removal from each breast a lot? I’m due for a breast reduction March 15th and my surgeon wants to remove 920g from each of my...
Congratulations and best of luck with your surgery. 920gm is a large amount to remove, but not uncommon in those with very large breasts. Normally...
My BMI is 36. Am I a good candidate for a tummy tuck?
Typically, BMI should be closer to 30 to allow you to have a safer surgery. Complications go up dramatically with higher BMIs (above 30). In...
Five years ago I had an implant removed and had a bilateral lift and replacement implants in both breasts. I've been experiencing intermittent...
Sorry for your trouble. That is very confusing. The portal vein is not related to the breast and so it's hard to imagine how the two would be...