Prophylactic Mastectomy, Breast Reconstruction for BRCA 1 and BRCA 2

Prophylactic Mastectomy & Immediate Breast Reconstruction for BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 Genes Today, Angelina Jolie’s decision to go public with her choice to undergo bilateral prophylactic mastectomy and immediate implant-based reconstruction is shedding new light on patient’s healthcare choices in breast cancer therapy. For most women who will unfortunately develop breast cancer during their […]

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Breast Reconstruction with Human Acellular Dermis

Human Acellular Dermis Breast Reconstruction, When it comes to breast reconstruction over the last decade, the use of acellular dermal matrices in conjunction with subpectoral tissue expander placement has become commmonplace. Some of the advantages that the use of acellular dermal matrices allow, are: 1) higher initial expander fill volumes. 2) better definition of the […]

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Alloderm in Breast Reconstruction: Efficacy and Morbidity

In recent years, the use of acellular dermal matrices (i.e. Alloderm) has significantly changed the manner in which breast reconstruction and breast revision surgery are performed. Using acellular dermal matrices (ADMs) allows: 1) improved control over placement or creation of the inframammary fold 2) better control over breast contour 3) reduced absolute number of expander […]

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Breast Surgery Recovery: 7 Things to Remember after Breast Augmentation

Recovering from breast surgery sounds complicated to many patients, but it is actually very straightforward.  So here are seven things to remember while your body is healing after breast augmentation, breast lift (mastopexy), breast reduction or breast reconstruction surgery, during your breast surgery recovery:   1) Wearing Bras After Breast Surgery: At the conclusion of […]

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Single Stage Breast Reconstruction with Breast Implant & Alloderm

  When it comes to breast reconstruction, there are many options for patients and their surgeons to consider. For instance, breast reconstruction technique will often depend on the type of mastectomy (or other breast procedure) that was performed in order to adequately remove the initial breast cancer. Some women choose to have no breast reconstruction […]

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Late Seromas after Breast Augmentation: Why did I get it and What do I do now?

The development of a fluid collection (known as a seroma) after breast surgery with implants (either breast augmentation or breast reconstruction) is a well established potential complication. Historically, most fluid collections will develop within the first few weeks or months of an operation. This can manifest as an increase in the  size of the affected […]

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