Eisemann Cosmetic Day Surgery Center
Led by Houston, Texas cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Michael Eisemann, The Eisemann Cosmetic Day Surgery Center is a unique, office-based medical facility. The Center, located in Houston, TX, makes it possible for Dr. Eisemann to provide procedures which had previously been performed in the hospital. Through the latest technology in cosmetic surgery, treatment is safely completed without an overnight stay, using local anesthesia and intravenous sedation.
The Center's approach to patient care is to provide cosmetic surgery services which are high quality, cost-effective and convenient. The highly trained medical staff is sensitive to the individual needs of each patient and provides the personal touch which makes any procedure more comfortable.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Eisemann is listed in the "Guide To Top Doctors" as a top-rated Plastic Surgeon in Texas and has been selected by "Inside Houston Magazine" as one of the top cosmetic surgeons in Harris County and Bayou City.
The Eisemann Cosmetic DaySurgery Center is accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Plastic Surgery Facilities and is located in Smith Tower, which is conveniently connected to the Methodist Hospital.
To schedule a consultation or to ask a question, please call our office at (866) 731-3198, or simply send us an email.
About Dr. Eisemann
Dr. Michael Eisemann is a "triple" board certified plastic surgeon serving Houston, Texas and its surrounding cities and counties for over 20 years. He currently operates at the Eisemann Cosmetic DaySurgery Center and also at Methodist Hospital, St. Lukes Hospital and other area hospitals.
Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery
Liposuction and Body Contouring
Breast Enhancement and Augmentation
Nasal and Facial Plastic surgery (i.e. facelift, eyes, chin, forehead, neck, etc.)
Unique Procedures and Techniques:
Endoscopic Breast Enlargement though Auxillary Approach
Full Spectrum of Aesthetic Surgery performed in office Day Surgery Center with Intravenous Sedation
Facelift, Mid Face and Brow Lift, Facial Rejuventation using small incision, Telescopes and Video Monitors
Intense Pulsed Llight for Photorejuvenation
Elected President of the Houston Society of Plastic Surgeons
Listed in the Guide to Top Doctors as a top-rated plastic surgeon in Texas
Selected by Inside Houston Magazine as one of the Top Doctors in Harris County and Bayou City.
Colgate University, B.A.
Jefferson Medical College
Yale University, Residency (General Surgery)
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Chief Resident, Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Baylor College of Medicine, Plastic Surgery Residency
American Board of Plastic Surgery
American Board of Otolaryngology
American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Assistant Clinical Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Baylor College of Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery
Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Fellow American College of Surgeons
Houston Society of Plastic Surgeons, President 1999-2000
American Board of Plastic Surgery
American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
Lipoplasty Society of North America
American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
American Society of Head and Neck Surgeons
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
American Board of Otolarngology-Head and Neck Surgery
American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory-Surgery Facilities
If you have a question for Dr. Eisemann or if you would like to learn more about the doctor and his practice, please call our office at (866) 731-3198, or simply send us an email.
The discomfort of heavy and drooping breasts associated with pain in the back, neck, and shoulder area can be relieved by breast reduction. Scars around the areola and vertically down to the breast fold will generally soften, flatten, and lighten over several months. Some loss of breast sensation and inability to breast feed are willing trade offs for this popular procedure.
Following mastectomy for breast cancer, an immediate or delayed reconstruction can be performed. Tissue expanders using saline implants or flaps of tissue in combination from the back or abdomen can be used to create a breast mound. The TRAM flap (transverse rectus muscle flap) is most popular to create a natural appearing breast. The nipple and areola are reconstructed usually as a separate procedure using composite skin fat flaps, skin graft, or tattooing.
The breast is a symbol of femininity, nurturing and female sexuality. Saline or silicone breast implants are placed behind the glandular or pectoral muscles through small incisions in the breast fold, around the areola, or through the axilla. The goal is to achieve a soft breast in proportion to the hips and waist with individual patient preferences in mind. Epidemiological studies have not shown a higher incidence of breast cancer or connective tissue autoimmune diseases with or without breast implants in women. A small percentage of patients will develop some firmness or even hardening by scar tissue forming as a natural body response to the silicone envelope. There is also the possibility of leakage of the saline implant or rupture of the silicone rubber envelope which would require replacement of the implant.
A breast lift is performed to elevate the nipple and areolar to the correct position corresponding to the level of the breast fold. Scars around the nipple or vertically extending to the breast fold will soften, flatten, mature and lighten over many months. A breast implant is commonly inserted at the same time to enhance breast projection and fill the loose skin envelope surrounding the glandular tissue. Breast feeding is generally not affected by this procedure.
Nose Reduction and Reshaping
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)