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Wellspring Plastic Surgery in Austin and Dallas

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We hold ourselves to the highest standards of patient safety and care, and provide the best in surgical technology

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Austin and Dallas Facial Rejuvenation


Our goal is to focus on what makes you as an individual beautiful. More

Austin and Dallas Breast Enhancement


We create a beautiful, natural, safe and long-lasting result. More

Austin and Dallas Body Contouring


The procedure is a great reward for the hard work given to weight loss. More

Skin Care


Skin rejuvenation and enhancement without surgeries. More

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Meet Our Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons

Our team of plastic surgeons, Dr. Hobar, Dr. Cone and Dr. Langevin, understand that appearance and self-confidence interplay. They enjoy improving a patient's looks because it often also improves their lives. With several years of experience in different areas of cosmetic surgery, our plastic surgeons are dedicated to helping you feel comfortable about your procedure.

Drs. Hobar, Cone and Langevin are available to answer any questions you may have, so that you can achieve your best aesthetic results.

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The History of Rhinoplasty

In 2015, more than 200,000 nose jobs, or rhinoplasty procedures, were performed, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. A well-proportioned nose can make your face seem slimmer and take years off your […]

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Shedding “light” on before and after photos

An entertaining aspect of being a plastic surgeon is the kind of conversations that invariably arise at parties.  Everyone has a question that they’ve been eager to ask, but didn’t have the person or the context […]

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