Left Breast Mastectomy with Tissue Expander and Alloderm to Implant

Procedure Details


Tissue Expander to Implant

43 year old female with a diagnosis of left breast cancer. Patient was originally thinking about having a lumpectomy with radiation; however, after her MRI and further testing, she decided to have a mastectomy. Patient had her annual mammogram for screening which showed a sub-centimeter focus of pleomorphic calcification in the left breast, a biopsy confirmed the diagnosis: left breast DCIS. Patient denied any breast masses or bone pain. Patient had no family history of breast cancer and this was her first breast biopsy. Prior to surgery patient was a 32B, she desired to be bigger after surgery. Patient underwent a Left Breast Mastectomy with Insertion of Tissue Expander and Alloderm. Patient went on to have removal of the Left Breast Tissue Expander and placement of Silicone gel breast implant. Patient also had a right breast augmentation (insertion of breast implant) for symmetry. The photographs shown here are one month after her Left breast Tissue Expander to Implant and Right Augmentation surgery.


White Plains, NY Facility

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