This young woman underwent bilateral mastectomy with immediate reconstruction with prepectoral 445cc moderate projection gel implants and Alloderm. She underwent a second surgery which included fat transfer from the abdomen to her breasts to soften her look. She is photographed almost 3 years after her mastectomy and 8 months after her fat transfer, 200cc/side. She loves her outcome!
This woman underwent bilateral nipple sparing mastectomy. She desired in the end to have larger fuller breasts. We therefore initially reconstructed her at the time of mastectomy with tissue expanders to get her to her goal size. After that she returned to the Operating Room to exchange the expanders to implants. She is very happy with her new breast appearance.
This woman presented after lumpectomy and radiation therapy, with lack of resolution with fat transfer and alloderm. She underwent latissimus flap reconstruction of the breast. The breast is more symmetric and the back scar is quite acceptable. She is photographed 2.5 years postoperatively.
This young woman required nipple sparing left mastectomy and she was immediately reconstructed with gel implant. In a second stage she underwent exchange to a larger implant and placement of a breast implant in the right breast. She is photographed 10 months later, and is very happy with her outcome.
This woman underwent right-sided nipple sparing mastectomy performed through an incision under the breast. She had 2 stage reconstruction, first with expander, then gel implant. She is photographed 9 months after her preoperative photos were taken. Postoperative photos and preoperative photos are so similar in appearance!