What If I Don't Have Enough Fat For DIEP Flap Reconstruction?
DIEP flap breast reconstruction uses your abdominal tissue to create a natural breast. See whether you are a candidate for autologous procedures.Read
How Much Bigger Can I Go With Breast Reconstruction?
There are many different breast implant sizes for reconstruction. Now you can gain natural-looking breasts through this restorative breast surgery.Read
How is Breast ReSensation® Performed?
ReSensation breast reconstruction may return feeling to your breasts. Learn how the process works by meeting with a board-certified plastic surgeon.Read
How Does Latissimus Dorsi Flap Reconstruction Work?
Latissimus dorsi flap breast reconstruction uses your own natural tissue to rebuild the breast. Learn about this option when getting a consultation.Read
Is it Safe to Breastfeed With Breast Implants?
Do you have questions about breastfeeding with implants? Learn about the risks of breastfeeding with implants from a board-certified plastic surgeon.Read
How Long Does Swelling Last After Breast Reconstruction?
Breast reconstruction recovery may include some swelling and inflammation in the treatment area. Follow our tips for reducing swelling after surgery.Read
Can Breast ReSensation® Be Performed Years After A Mastectomy?
Breast reconstruction after mastectomy may not be enough to restore loss of sensation. ReSensation can repair damaged nerves and return feeling again.Read
How to Decide Between Breast Augmentation and a Breast Lift
Should you choose breast augmentation or breast lift surgery? Learn about the differences between each procedure and how they enhance your appearance.Read
Where Are Incisions Made In A DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction?
DIEP flap reconstruction takes tissue from the lower abdomen to restore your breasts. Learn about DIEP flap incision placement and other details.Read
What To Do If Your Breast Implant Ruptures
Signs of breast implant rupture include asymmetry and loss of volume. Breast revision surgery can address this issue and restore your bustline again.Read
Can Breast ReSensation Be Done At The Same Time As A Mastectomy?
Mastectomy after a breast cancer diagnosis can be devastating. Patients can get ReSensation at the same time as their breast reconstruction surgery.Read
How To Sleep After Breast Reconstruction Surgery
Are you planning breast cancer reconstruction? You can learn how to sleep after breast reconstruction surgery to make yourself feel more comfortable.Read
What is the DIEP Reconstruction Recovery Timeline?
Breast reconstruction after mastectomy can make you feel more confident about your body. Learn about recovering from DIEP flap breast reconstruction.Read
What Is Capsular Contracture in The Breast And How Is It Fixed?
Capsular contracture can cause breast tissue to become hardened or distorted. Learn about capsular contracture treatment through breast revision.Read
How Long After Breast ReSensation Does Feeling Return?
ReSensation can help restore sensation to your breast. Learn about breast ReSensation recovery and how long it takes to get feeling back in the area.Read
How Does Breast Reconstruction Differ From Breast Augmentation?
Breast surgery can improve your appearance and enhance your chest. Learn the differences between breast augmentation and breast cancer reconstruction.Read
Why Do I Have Asymmetrical Breasts?
Want to know how to correct asymmetrical breasts after getting implants? Our board-certified doctor addresses uneven breasts through revision surgery.Read
What Are the Benefits of a DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction?
Learn how breast reconstruction techniques, such as the DIEP flap, can help restore the natural look and feel of your breasts after a mastectomy.Read
Who is a Candidate for Breast ReSensation?
Even though mastectomies are a life-saving procedure, they can cause loss of feeling. Learn if you are a breast ReSensation candidate at our office.Read
Five Reasons for Breast Reconstruction
Breast reconstruction helps women restore the appearance of their breasts. Learn the benefits of this procedure following a lumpectomy or mastectomy.Read
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