Mastectomy with Tissue Expander to Implant Reconstruction

Procedure Details


Tissue Expander to Implant

62 year old female with a diagnosis of right breast cancer. After her consultation with her breast surgeon,  she decided to have a right breast mastectomy. Patient was referred to Dr. Koch by her breast oncology specialist. Patient had a suspicious mammogram which led to other findings. She had gotten a biopsy which then confirmed her diagnosis. Patient also had an MRI which showed the lesion as well. Prior to the imaging, patient had no breasts complaints; she felt no masses in either breast and had noted no skin changes on either side an had no nipple retraction/discharge on either side. Patient had the following surgery procedures with Dr. R. Michael Koch: 1. Right Breast Reconstruction with Insertion of Tissue Expander immediately following Right Breast Mastectomy. 4 months after her initial insertion of the Tissue Expander to Left Breast Dr. Koch performed a Left Breast Lift and Right Breast Tissue Expander Removal with Implant placement. 3 months after her second surgery the patient had her right nipple reconstruction and Left Breast Implant Exchange. Patient also had a tattoo for the areola/nipple on Right Breast. The final after photograph shown here is 13 months post her first surgery and just 4 months from her last surgery. Patient is feeling great and is healthy! 


White Plains, NY Facility

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