Breast Reconstruction Surgery is quite good to rebuild the shape. Our team of Plastic Surgeons do the thorough examination and prepare you for breast reconstruction surgery. It’s potentially beneficial to improve your body image, self-esteem, confidence, as well as personality. But you should know that this cannot be a perfect match or substitute for your natural breast. Our breast surgeon will give you clear instructions and advice. This will not only change your appearance but also give psychological benefits as well. High success rate, world-class facilities, and a proficient team of Breast Reconstruction Surgeons make us the BEST Reconstruction Surgery Clinic in Delhi.
Let’s have a quick overview of Breast Reconstruction options available at Clinic Eximus.
While doing this procedure, nipples and areola are removed during surgery. Nipple reconstruction procedure is mainly an outpatient procedure done with the help of local anesthesia. This procedure can be done after the breast reconstruction, and allows new tissues to heal and should settle into the place. In Nipple reconstruction procedure – your doctor can make small changes in the size as well as in the position of the breast.
To create a mound to reconstruct the breast, Tissue flap procedure is used. In this procedure tissue is taken from the woman’s abdomen or back. Tissue flap procedure is also called the pedicle of tunneling procedure.
This procedure involves stretching the skin with a tissue expander. The tissue expander is filled by adding saline usually once a week for a few sessions. You may have some pain but the results will be outstanding.
Clinic Eximus and Team have great exposure to deal with the breast reconstruction surgery.
That is the reason our family of patients has been continuously increasing since 2004
The options for reconstruction can be divided into three general categories:
All reconstructive options will require multiple surgeries and take time to achieve the final result.
The best method for you depends on many factors, including your:
During your consultation, the surgeon will discuss your reconstructive options, including the risks, benefits and choices for each procedure. You will also discuss the expected outcomes from reconstruction.
No. Some patients decide that they are not ready to have reconstruction for various reasons, or do not want to undergo any further surgeries. Many breast cancer patients may choose to wear a prosthesis (artificial breast) to allow better fit in clothing and minimize the lopsided feeling that the missing breast tissue or breast may create for some patients after cancer surgery. Living a long cancer-free life is our goal, but retaining your femininity is just as important.
The timeline for completing breast reconstruction varies, depending on how many surgeries are done and the need for other cancer treatments. The reconstruction process takes 6 months to one year, no matter what procedures are chosen, and if no further cancer treatment is necessary. Many patients may choose to not have a nipple reconstructed or may require multiple surgeries to make the reconstructed breast look like the remaining natural breast. Here’s a general reconstruction timeline:
Step 1: First surgery to create breast. Wait about three months for healing. Increase this time if you need chemotherapy or radiation treatment.
Step 2: Surgery to make any changes to refine or balance the reconstructed breast. Wait about two to three months for healing. This step may be repeated as needed.
Step 3: Surgery to add nipple and areola.
Yes. As with any surgery, there are risks. The plastic surgeon will review these risks during your clinic visits and answer any questions. Risks of breast reconstruction surgery may include:
The ultimate goal of reconstruction is to create a breast that is symmetrical with the remaining natural breast. Sometimes, getting the reconstructed and natural breasts to match is difficult unless surgery is performed on the natural breast, too. For some patients, this may involve placing an implant in the natural breast to make it larger (augmentation); making the natural breast smaller or less droopy by reducing the tissue (reduction), or lifting the breast skin (mastopexy). Your surgeon will discuss these options during your consultation. This “balancing procedure” is often done 3-6 months after your first surgery, to make sure the reconstructed breast has healed and is the desired size and shape.
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