Breast Reconstruction Surgery & Surgical Procedures
There are many reasons why someone might need or want reconstructive breast surgery including trauma or congenital breast deformity, but by far the leading reason is a mastectomy, the removal of part or all of the breast because of breast cancer.
Every year, thousands of women, as well as some men, are victims of breast cancer. While great advances in cancer treatment are being made, the unfortunate reality is that breast cancer is a frightening and devastating experience.
Breast Reconstruction Surgery Financing
Please note that starting January 1st, 2023, we will no longer be accepting insurance. As we are now scheduling well into next year, no new procedures are able to be covered. This change does not apply to established breast cancer patients currently in our practice.
Unfortunately, some insurance carriers may still have us listed as a provider after the New Year, and we are working diligently to ensure all provider directories are updated and accurate. We appreciate your understanding.
We realize that plastic and cosmetic surgery can be a major investment. Most patients choose to finance at least a portion of the cost of their surgical procedure or procedures. Many plans are available to cover the cost of plastic surgery, including 0% interest options. Please see our financing page for information about the different plans we accept.
Breast Reconstruction Surgery Procedure
At Panacea Plastic Surgery, breast reconstruction is one of our most important and meaningful specialties. It is our goal to make the restoration of your breasts a positive ending to a difficult experience and to do so with unmatched professional skill, and with sincere compassion, and understanding.
Breast reconstruction is typically performed to restore a woman’s breasts after breast cancer has necessitated either a partial or a complete mastectomy. It may be done immediately after the mastectomy or can be delayed for months, or even years, afterward.
Breast reconstruction surgery typically involves using breast implants or your own tissue (typically from your abdomen or your back), or a combination of both, with the goal of restoring the breast to a normal shape, appearance, and size. If only part of your breast is removed, our doctors are often able to rearrange your tissue on both sides so that you look as though you have had a breast reduction. This is called an oncoplastic reduction.
Breast Reconstruction Surgery Recovery
Recovery from breast reconstruction varies depending on the procedure you chose to have. All procedures involve general anesthesia in a hospital setting, typically with an overnight stay of 1-4 nights.
Your doctor will discuss your planned incisions, the use of drains when indicated, as well as specific postoperative instructions. Our doctors will also start you on a physical therapy program after surgery to assist with swelling and range of motion of your upper body. Your doctor will discuss pain management with you prior to your surgery.
To learn more about our Breast Reconstruction procedures or to schedule your consultation with Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons Dr. Abboushi & Dr. Singh, please fill out the form on this page or call Panacea Plastic Surgery at 770-929-0634. We look forward to working with you!
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