Breast Reconstruction
Is Breast Reconstruction Right for Me?

Breast reconstruction is a broad term used to describe surgical procedures developed by plastic surgeons to reconstruct the female breast after breast cancer treatment. During breast cancer treatment, patients will have a surgery that removes all or a portion of the breast. The nipple and areola may also be removed during the cancer treatment. Immediately after the breast cancer surgery, the plastic surgeon may reconstruct the breast using implants, expanders, or the patient’s own abdominal tissue to rebuild the breast. The goal of breast reconstruction surgery is to recreate a breast and restore the female breast in form, to achieve symmetry of the bilateral breasts. Additionally, the goal of breast reconstruction surgery is to improve a patient’s self-image and self-confidence after breast cancer treatment.

Breast reconstruction surgery encompasses a wide range of procedures. The procedures range from fat transfer to the breast, direct implant placement, tissue expander and implant placement and flap reconstruction with the patient’s own tissue.

+AM I A CANDIDATE FOR BREAST RECONSTRUCTION?
+WHAT TO EXPECT FROM A CONSULTATION
+HOW BREAST RECONSTRUCTION IS PERFORMED
+RECOVERY AFTER BREAST RECONSTRUCTION
+POTENTIAL RISKS OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION
+WHAT DOES BREAST RECONSTRUCTION COST?
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