Autologous Breast Reconstruction

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Posted: October 30, 2022
Women going through cancer are already suffering, so finding out that you need a mastectomy to remove the entire tumor will be troubling. The good news is, however, that breast reconstruction and enhancement surgery have come a long way. Some women will be eligible for a direct to implant breast… Read Full Post
Posted: October 15, 2022
Breast reconstruction surgery can help relieve emotional discomfort after receiving a high-risk diagnosis or undergoing a mastectomy or lumpectomy. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or already done with treatment, our board-certified plastic surgeons can help you restore your sense of wholeness and… Read Full Post
Posted: September 15, 2022
DIEP Flap breast reconstruction is a rewarding alternative to breast implants. In many cases, it offers results that look more realistic, feel more natural, and last longer than implant-based surgery. However, those aren’t the only benefits you can expect from the DIEP Flap technique. Because this… Read Full Post
Posted: September 15, 2022
Autologous breast reconstruction techniques are popular among women who want results that look natural, feel natural, and can last forever. After all, these procedures use your own tissue to rebuild your breasts instead of saline or silicone implants. However, one flap surgery can be very different… Read Full Post
Posted: August 30, 2022
It’s common to start or complete breast reconstruction immediately after mastectomy surgery. However, you can choose to delay it for months or years. Ahead, our Lone Tree breast reconstruction surgeons explain how factors such as your cancer treatment, emotional readiness, and access to modern… Read Full Post
Posted: August 15, 2022
Capsular contracture is the most common problem with implant-based breast reconstruction. Although surgeons employ several preventative strategies, such as thorough health screenings, minimal implant handling, and under-the-muscle placement, capsular contracture still happens. Learn how to… Read Full Post
Posted: June 30, 2022
You already know how important it is to lay the right groundwork for surgery. After all, you have experience getting ready for a mastectomy procedure as well as breast reconstruction. But now that you’re pursuing corrective surgery to address complications or aesthetic imperfections, you might want… Read Full Post
Posted: June 18, 2022
Implants are often used to restore a fuller breast shape after mastectomy surgery. In fact, they’re the most common option for breast reconstruction. However, they’re not the only option.  Instead of getting breast implants, you can decide to pursue something called autologous or “flap”… Read Full Post
Posted: May 30, 2022
Plastic surgeons differ greatly in their level of experience and the techniques they can perform. This is something you may already know after having a disappointing experience elsewhere. If you’re considering breast reconstruction revision, you’ll need to choose your surgeon carefully. Here are a… Read Full Post
Posted: April 07, 2022
The recovery process is an essential part of any surgical procedure. Breast reconstruction is no different. Here are six recovery rules that will promote healing and help things go smoothly: Don’t eat a big meal: It’s best to start with clear liquids. Eat bland foods such as toast and crackers and… Read Full Post