Information About Breast Reconstruction Procedures

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Breast reconstruction with tissue expanders gently expands the skin to allow placement of a saline or silicone implant after breast cancer surgery.

After breast cancer surgery, DIEP flaps are one of the most innovative, effective ways to perform breast reconstruction to restore breast appearance.

Latissimus flap reconstruction uses a flap of tissue from beneath the shoulder blade to cover implants to reconstruct breasts after cancer surgery.

After breast reconstruction on one breast, it’s important that the opposite breast matches, which can be accomplished with a variety of procedures.

TRAM flap reconstruction is a common reconstructive procedure to repair breasts after cancer surgery by using a flap of tissue from the abdomen.

General reconstruction can restore a patient’s appearance that has been damaged by a wound, birth defects, cancer, burns, or any type of trauma.

Cosmetic surgery involves a number of procedures aimed at enhancing the appearance of the face, body, breast and skin to boost a patient’s confidence.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.