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Search results for: “Breast Reconstruction”

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Exploring Breast Reconstruction: Flap Surgery and Alternative Options

What is the best flap surgery for breast reconstruction, what can you expect and other important facts.

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What is the difference between Round and Anatomical Breast Implants?

Round vs anatomical implants? Which is the best for you?

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What are breast tissue expanders and how are they used in Breast Reconstruction

Breast Tissue expanders are used after a mastectomy – partial or bilateral - to increase the amount of tissue doctors must work with to recreate a breast shape.

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Nipple and Areola Reconstruction after breast cancer

The final step to feel completely recovered

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Julián López Ledesma

Breast Reconstruction

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Juan Francisco García López

Breast Augmentation;;Breast Reconstruction

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Felipe Gonçalvez

Breast Augmentation;;Breast Reconstruction


What is it?

Breast reconstruction restores and rebuilds the breast shape after a mastectomy. It may be performed following removal of the whole breast (mastectomy) a part of the breast (lumpectomy). The aim is to reconstruct a breast of similar size and shape to your original breast. However, they won't be identical.


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