Dr. Mitchell B Austin MD, Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (ENT)
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Dr. Mitchell B Austin MD

Plastic Surgeon | Otolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery

4/5(10)
2835 West DeLeon St 202 Tampa Florida, 33609
Rating

4/5

About

Dr. Mitchell Austin practices Facial Plastic Surgery and Otolaryngology in Tampa, Florida.

 

Education and Training

Univ of Nv Sch of Med, Reno Nv 1987

Board Certification

OtolaryngologyAmerican Board of OtolaryngologyABOto

Provider Details

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Dr. Mitchell B Austin MD
Dr. Mitchell B Austin MD's Expert Contributions
  • Is nose surgery permanent?

    Changes to the outside of your nose due to cosmetic surgery will occur. What results you have that please or displease you should be discussed with your surgeon at any time. Swelling may takes months to balance out your results. READ MORE

  • How impaired should your breathing be for a septoplasty?

    Ask these things: Do I mouth breathe a lot? Is one side always blocked? Do I snore? Changes in senses of smell? These are the few top questions. READ MORE

  • What is the best nose straightening procedure?

    There are open procedures that give physicians better access to complex problems. A closed procedure, where the incisions are only inside the nose, is good for most patients. READ MORE

  • How painful is a nose job recovery?

    7-10 days of pain medicine, resting at a thirty degree angle, no lifting , no chores, work, school, then things improve, activity is tolerated. READ MORE

  • What is the fastest way to recover from a septoplasty?

    Do what your doctor tells you READ MORE

  • How long after septoplasty will I look normal?

    Great question. A standard septoplasty, with out cosmetic tip and or dorsal plastic surgery ( termed septorhinoplasty), usually takes about seven days to begin to show reduction the mild swelling. Most people return to light duty at a weeks time as well, and may begin to return to exercise and lifting by two weeks. By that time, very little swelling is even noticed, and the nose inside is well on its way to give better airflow. Enjoy a quality life! READ MORE

  • How long does a nonsurgical rhinoplasty last?

    If I understand correctly, this may be the use of fillers in the addition of deep subcutaneous hyaluronic acid filler usually mixed with hydroxyapatite . The first observation of this technique, rather novel, is a surgeon may sculpt portions of asymmetrical dorsal curves and even add to the slope angle and height of that area. This filler lasts longer than others. Resorption ranges of 1-3 years is average. Reinjection and resculpting is possible of course. And second and third treatments are usually easier. READ MORE

  • Can I sneeze 2 weeks after rhinoplasty?

    Sure. And work on sneezing through your mouth will reduce discomfort at anytime until you feel back to yourself. READ MORE

  • What is the fastest way to recover from eyelift surgery?

    Rest. No vaping or smoking. No alcohol. Vitamin C. Use ice packs 15 minutes on and 15 off several times a day. Keep brushes covered with concealer or sunblock. Don’t lift anything more than a phone. Keep your head elevated 30 degrees for one week. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Laser skinBotoxLiposuctionRadio frequency micro needling

Awards

  • Best Doctor 2015 Beast Doctors 
  • Top Doctor 2021 Top Doctors 

Dr. Mitchell B Austin MD's Practice location

2835 West DeLeon St 202 -
Tampa, Florida 33609
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New patients: 813-877-2685
Fax: 813-867-5872

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Patient Experience with Dr. Austin


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Dr. Mitchell B Austin MD has a rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on the reviews from 10 patients. FindaTopDoc has aggregated the experiences from real patients to help give you more insights and information on how to choose the best Plastic Surgeon | Otolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery in your area. These reviews do not reflect a providers level of clinical care, but are a compilation of quality indicators such as bedside manner, wait time, staff friendliness, ease of appointment, and knowledge of conditions and treatments.

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2835 W De Leon St, Tampa, FL 33609, USA
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2835 W De Leon St, Tampa, FL 33609, USA
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