October 16, 2018

Breast cancer is a widespread disease that impacts many women in the United States and around the world. At The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery, we want to help women gain a better understanding of breast cancer, and of the breast reconstruction options that are available in the face of a cancer diagnosis.

We created the infographic below to help convey essential information about breast cancer and breast reconstruction. If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, please schedule a consultation with our board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeons. They will take the time to understand your unique situation,...

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October 10, 2018

October 17th, 2018 marks the 7th annual Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day, also known as BRA Day. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons and The Plastic Surgery Foundation lead this yearly initiative with the help of plastic surgeons, nurse navigators, survivors, and other passionate individuals and organizations.

The goal is to inform women of their breast reconstruction options after a mastectomy or lumpectomy. Numerous studies have shown that many women do not know all of the reconstruction options that are available to them.

At The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery, we strongly believe that all women...

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July 12, 2018

The decision to undergo breast reconstruction after a mastectomy is a very personal one. Some women never pursue reconstructive surgery, and that is perfectly fine. However, many women find that breast reconstruction helps restore a sense of wholeness and femininity.

We know that this can be an overwhelming time. Our board-certified reconstructive surgeons Dr. Jeremy Williams and Dr. Christopher Williams will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each option in detail to help you make an informed decision. If you are considering breast reconstruction, then implant reconstruction is an option. Here is what you can expect from the...

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July 12, 2018

The DIEP flap technique is a method of autologous breast reconstruction, meaning your own tissue is used to reconstruct one or both of your breasts. This muscle-sparing technique offers women natural, long-lasting results without the use of breast implants. Less than 5% of surgeons in the United States perform this intricate procedure, and the board-certified reconstructive surgeons at The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery are proud to be among them.

If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer or high-risk factors and are considering breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, it is important to know what you can expect...

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June 15, 2018

An increasing number of women are pursuing breast reconstruction to restore the shape and appearance of one or both of their breasts. DIEP flap breast reconstruction is an innovative technique that can help women achieve results that look and feel natural. There are several factors to consider that may affect your candidacy for this procedure.

What is DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction?

DIEP flap is a method of autologous tissue breast reconstruction. This means that your own tissue is used to recreate your breast. The DIEP flap procedure removes a flap of skin, fat, and blood vessels from the lower portion of your abdomen. This flap...

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May 07, 2018

At The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery, we advocate for breast cancer awareness. We want to be there for women at every step of this journey, from early awareness to healing after cancer through breast reconstruction. Please take our quiz below to learn more about breast cancer risk factors.

If you have any questions or if you want to discuss your breast reconstruction options, please call us at 720-457-4461 to schedule a consultation. Our experienced surgeons serve Denver, Lone Tree, and throughout Colorado. 

 

March 27, 2018

At The Breast Center of Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery, we understand that when it comes to breast reconstruction, the details matter. One of the specific procedures that sets us apart is areola pigmentation. This procedure is typically the final step in the breast reconstruction process, and it is often a very beneficial step because it is really the finishing touch on re-creating the appearance of the breasts.

What is the Areola?

The areola is the circle of darker skin that surrounds your nipple. The areola is a natural feature on the human body, so, much like the rest of the structure of your breast, it can be restored as part of...

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November 14, 2017

It is a humbling experience to witness the strength and courage demonstrated by our breast reconstruction patients every day. At The Breast Center of Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery in Denver, we understand that spreading awareness every October about breast cancer and its effects on women across the country is only the beginning of fighting this disease. Diagnosis, treatment, and recovery are the real journey that every woman with breast cancer must travel every day of the year. If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, we are committed to helping you find your way along that path.

Your Courage Inspires Us

Mary, Marie, Janet,...

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October 20, 2017

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is an important time to reflect on the impact this disease has on all of the women in our lives. It is also a good time to learn more about the risks and symptoms of the disease. Early detection is the best chance for winning your battle against breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Understanding Risks and Symptoms from Page 1 Solutions

At The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery, we are dedicated to helping women through their breast cancer journey, from diagnosis through reconstruction. If you have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, please call us today at...

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September 29, 2017

It’s been common advice from the medical community since the 70s – women should give themselves a breast self-exam each month to check for tumors. However, studies have shown that women who perform regular self-exams have the same mortality rates from breast cancer as those who don’t go through the monthly ritual.

The reasons that self-exams are not as effect as once thought are varied. Some women would forget to do them at all. Some women were too concerned with how to perform a self-exam that they could miss warning signs. And some cancers spread alarmingly quickly, so that by the time a lump is noticed, the cancer has already...

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