Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

3 Early Detection Tips for Breast Cancer

In honor of National Cancer Prevention month, we’re providing tips on how individuals can better protect themselves in the fight against breast cancer. Next to lung cancer, breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer in American women¹. While breast cancer cannot be prevented, there are protective factors that women can take to […]

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Thursday, January 28th, 2021

February and March 2021 Aesthetic Specials

Now is the perfect time to fine-tune your body for the coming summer months or try something new. During February and March, we have included a special on body contouring and introduced a new procedure for skin rejuvenation. By popular request, we also added a Botox special! Not sure which treatment is right for you? Complimentary consultations are […]

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Friday, December 18th, 2020

Reflections on 2020

At Dr. Elisabeth Potter’s practice, our patients are always our priority. While this year has been challenging in many ways, it provided an opportunity for us to be even more present and engaged with our patients. If ever there was a time to prioritize self-care, 2020 was it and we are honored to be a […]

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Tuesday, December 1st, 2020

December 2020– January 2021 Aesthetic Specials

“‘Tis the season for skin care. This holiday season is the perfect time to treat yourself to some self-care or treat someone you care about! This winter we have included specials on treatments for hair loss, an aging neck and fine facial lines as well as skin care. Not sure which treatment is right for you? Complimentary consultations […]

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Wednesday, November 25th, 2020

Q&A with Dr. Elisabeth Potter

Excellence. Empowerment. Education. Patient care. These are the four main pillars that comprise Dr. Potter’s practice and while this year may have been different than any we’ve previously seen, we’re thankful to have remained connected to our patients and to have continued building upon these values. Putting our patients first, Dr. Potter leads by example […]

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Monday, November 16th, 2020

YouTube Live: Meet Dr. Elisabeth Potter

[00:00:22] Hi, I’m Dr. Elisabeth Potter, I am an Austin-based board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in natural breast reconstruction. I am so glad you’ve joined me today. We’re halfway through November, and as I reflect upon the last month and year, I’m so thankful to have been involved in so many patient journeys over the last […]

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Friday, October 30th, 2020

YouTube Live: Debunking Breast Reconstruction Myths for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

[00:00:10] Hi, I’m Dr. Elisabeth Potter, I am a board-certified plastic surgeon based in Austin, Texas, and my specialty is breast reconstruction. As a DIEP flap surgeon, I have the privilege of being able to help women on their journey to reconstruction feel more confident and whole in their skin. In honor of Breast Reconstruction […]

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Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Where Does Breast Reconstruction Fit In Your Journey?

Navigating breast cancer or a genetic predisposition to it can be overwhelming. Empowering women to remain the captains of their own ships, my goal as a plastic surgeon is to provide advanced breast reconstruction options that make them feel confident and whole in their skin. Depending on a patient’s unique circumstance, preference and in consultation […]

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Thursday, October 15th, 2020

Fall 2020 Specials

“I love Fall! It’s the perfect time to refine your skincare plans in response to the change of seasons. I’m personally looking forward to a Fotofacial! This month we have included specials on Cosmetic Fillers, Treatments and Skin Care products tailor-made to correspond with the season. Not sure which treatment is right for you? Complimentary consultations are available […]

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Monday, September 28th, 2020

Is Natural Breast Reconstruction Right For You?

When I was training, I very vividly remember being taught by an older plastic surgeon that the goal for breast reconstruction was for a woman to appear symmetrical and balanced in clothing, and that out of clothing “all bets were off.” This statement immediately struck me as unsatisfying, and I aimed to set a different […]

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