Scott E. Kasden, MD
Scott E. Kasden, MD, is an ASPS Member plastic surgeon who is board certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery® and trained specifically in plastic surgery. ASPS members operate only in accredited medical facilities, adhere to a strict code of ethics and fulfill continuing medical education requirements in plastic surgery, including training in patient safety techniques. As your medical partner, Dr. Kasden is dedicated to working with you to achieve your goals.
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Meet Dr. Scott Kasden
Welcome to My Practice. My highly trained staff and I are sensitive to your unique concerns. We provide an environment in which you can feel safe and comfortable in discussing your issues. We ensure that you have the educational resources, you need, and we spend the time with you that you require so that we understand each other . In this way, we are better able to help you to safely accomplish your goals. We are committed to ensuring that your experiences in our practice are enjoyable.
Dr. Kasden offers personal, complimentary, no obligation, consultations to his patients.
Dr. Kasden has an in office surgical suite that can accommodate small cases that can be performed under local anesthesia and sedation. For cases that require general anesthesia, he utilizes the Southwest Surgery Center, Hurst, Texas, or a hospital.
Breast Implant Removal
Breast Implant Removal
Breast Implant Revision
Buttock Lift with Augmentation
Chemical Peels, IPL, Fractional CO2 Laser Treatments
Head and Neck Skin Cancer Reconstruction
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Male Breast Reduction
Post Burn Reconstruction
Skin Cancer Removal
Spider Vein Treatment
Ask a Surgeon
Dr. Scott Kasden participates in the ASPS Ask A Surgeon service. View responses to public questions below.
difference between mini facelift and lower faceliftFacelift
Hi Sally. A "mini" typically refers to a cheek lift only, while a lower facelift refers to a cheek and neck lift. Thread lifts are less invasive, less effective, and don't hold up as long. In my opinion they may be useful in patients with minimal signs of aging. Hope this helps. sek
Explant of under muscle implants under localBreast Implant Removal
I do this quite frequently and it is well tolerated. For anxious people, I prescribe Xanax pre-op You may call my office to ask for a quote if you would like. sek
Hernia repair and tummy tuckTummy Tuck
I do them all the time. Of course it depends on the hernia. I feel very comfortable fixing umbilical hernias at the same time. If the hernia seems complex OI will opt to have a general surgeon go in with me. Your safety is my first concern.
How crucial are overlapping edges of cut skin?Wound Care
Hi Andalay. Admittedly, this doesn't look pretty right now, however it will get better over time. If you were my patient I would advise you to hold tight and let it heal for about 9 months to a year. If at that time you are unhappy with the appearance, then go for a scar revision. This time, go to a plastic surgeon, or a different plastic surgeon. In the mean time, keep it out of the sun and get a good scar cream with silicone. Don't stress, for now, it will get better, or can be redone. sek
Silicone implants at 18 ?Breast Augmentation
It is true that Silicone breast implants are cleared for use in patients who are 22 years of age and older. There are a couple of exceptions, including deformities, etc. I don't agree with this policy, but here is the thing. When I agree to use the product, I agree to follow the rules. This is just me, and not a reference to anybody in specific, but I feel if I "cheated" by putting the device in patients that they are specifically not cleared for, how could I expect my patients to ever trust me to do the right thing for them? The answer is, I couldn't.
ExplantBreast Implant Removal
The answer to your question is yes rarely. The proper question is, given that a pre-op MRI was performed, ALL implants/implant material would have been known to the surgeon, so why wasn't it removed? I suggest that you gather hard copies of pre and post-op MRI's and get a second opinion. Something doesn't add up at all. sek
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