Breast Recon TECW 22758298

Bilateral Nipple Sparing Mastectomies with immediate Breast Reconstruction using Tissue Expanders.  Followed 3 months later with placement of permanent implants and revisions.


Delayed Breast Recon 22663362CW


Breast Recon DIEP CW22755879

Bilateral immediate Breast Reconstruction following mastectomies.  Followed 4 months later with breast revisions with fat grafting.  Followed 3 months later with nipple reconstruction and finished with areola tattooing.


Breast Recon DIEP CW22754169

Bilateral mastectomies with immediate breast reconstruction using TRAM flap.  Followed 5 months later with breast breast revisions.  Followed 3 months later with nipple reconstruction and finished with areola tattooing.


Breast Recon DIEP CW22749686

Bilateral mastectomies with immediate breast reconstruction using TRAM flap.  Followed 4 months later with breast revisions and cosmetic liposuction.  Followed 3 months later with Nipple Reconstruction and finished with Areola Tattooing.


Breast Recon TE CW22663337

Bilateral mastectomies followed by immediate breast reconstruction using tissue expanders.  Followed 4 months later with placement of permanent implants and breast revisions.  Followed 5 months later with nipple reconstruction and breast revisions finished with areola tattooing.


Breast Recon DIEP CW22746078


TRAM AO4642

58 yo who five years earlier underwent bilateral mastectomy for Stage II left breast cancer. We proceeded with delayed breast reconstruction with muscle sparing free microvascular TRAM flaps. Photos are taken one year later. Patient does not wish nipple reconstruction.


TRAM AO6228

56-year-old patient presented with T2N1 left breast cancer and underwent adjuvant chemotherapy, modified radical mastectomy of the right breast and prophylactic mastectomy of the left breast and adjuvant radiotherapy. She underwent bilateral microvascular DIEP flap breast reconstruction. Photographs are taken in 1 year.


TRAM AONOID

38 yo with strong family history of breast cancer and two separate, positive biopsies for ductal carcinoma in situ. Patient elected to undergo bilateral mastectomy and immediate reconstruction with muscle sparing free microvascular TRAM flaps. She did not wish nipple reconstruction. Postoperative photos are taken 6 years later.