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Information About Breast Reconstruction Procedures

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Flap-based breast reconstructions require tissue flaps extracted from the abdomen, thighs, or buttocks. We offer DIEP, SIEA, TRAM, PAP, and GAP flaps.

Implant-based breast reconstruction is a wonderful option for women who do not want nor qualify for an autologous tissue flap breast reconstruction.

Lumpectomy reconstruction rebuilds breasts where a majority of the lump or breast tissue was removed but not reshaped for a natural-looking breast(s).

We perform lymphedema reconstruction if your lymph nodes were removed in a mastectomy to relieve the lymphatic fluid buildup near your new breasts.

Performed as a second surgery after breast reconstruction, a nipple reconstruction will enhance the appearance and symmetry of reconstructed breasts.

We offer breast resensation microsurgery with the hope that feelings or sensations will return to the breast and nipple after breast reconstruction.

When we perform breast implant removal after breast reconstruction, Dr. Pierre Chevray prefers the en bloc capsulectomy technique to revise breasts.

We perform breast reconstruction after a bilateral prophylactic mastectomy to prevent breast and ovarian cancer from an active BRCA1 gene mutation.

If you have the BRCA2 gene mutation, you may be recommended to have a prophylactic mastectomy if you are at high-risk for developing breast cancer.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.