Breast Reconstruction Procedure Pictures
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3 RESULTS FOR Breast Reconstruction
Breast Reconstruction Patient 1
This 45 y/o female was diagnosed with right breast DCIS. Bilateral nipple-sparing mastectomies were performed with immediate placement of tissue expanders. Subsequently the tissue expanders were inflated to 660cc. At a secondary surgery, the tissue expanders were removed and replaced with 616cc silicone gel filled implants. She also underwent fat grafting of the upper poles to improve the fullness of her upper breast. She is shown at 2 months postop.
Breast Reconstruction Patient 2
This 51 y/o female was found to be at very high risk for breast cancer. Bilateral prophylactic nipple sparing mastectomies were performed with immediate placement of tissue expanders. After inflation of the expanders, 475cc high profile silicone gel implants were placed. Her 6-month postoperative photographs are shown.
Breast Reconstruction Patient 3
This 45 y/o female was found to have left breast cancer. She underwent bilateral mastectomy with tissue expander placement. After inflation of expanders to optimal volume, form stable (gummy bear) implants were placed with fat grafting of the upper breast. She subsequently had nipple reconstruction with an areola tattoo.