34 year old female undergoing bilateral nipple sparing mastectomies and with immediate tissue expander reconstructions. One year final postoperative result.
Preoperative before double mastectomy. Two years post-op after reconstruction with 600 cc silicone gel implants, fat grafts to the superior breast mound, and nipple reconstruction.
Bilateral breast cancer. Eight year result of bilateral breast cancer reconstruction with form stable silicone gel 550 cc implants and abdominoplasty.
Left mastectomy reconstructed with a tissue expander and then implant on the left, and a small augmentation on the right for symmetry.
Patient after left breast reconstruction by another surgeon. Her postoperative photos were after a revision by Dr. Dumanian to reduce the size of the reconstructed breast and performance of a nipple reconstruction.
46 year old patient undergoing immediate right mastectomy and DIEP flap microsurgical breast reconstruction. Pictured is her final result one year after the mastectomy.
Patient with a prior right mastectomy, reconstructed with a right expander to implant reconstruction and a left mastopexy for symmetry.
34 year old female undergoing bilateral mastectomies and immediate tissue expander breast reconstruction. Her 1 year postoperative photos without the final nipple surgeries is shown.
42 year old female undergoing left mastectomy. Immediately reconstructed with left tissue expander and then implant reconstruction.
Patient to undergo left mastectomy and postoperative radiation therapy. Reconstructed with left tissue expander and then implant reconstruction.
52 year old female to undergo right mastectomy with immediate tissue expander breast reconstruction. Also has undergone a small left breast augmentation for symmetry.
Young female undergoing bilateral mastectomy and immediate single stage breast reconstruction with silicone implants.
48 year old patient who will undergo a left mastectomy. She was reconstructed with a left latissimus flap reconstruction and an implant.
Breast reconstruction on left with DIEP flap after removal of tissue expander which was uncomfortable for the patient.