Our patient who had a previous mastectomy and reconstruction with silicone breast implants in 1990. She was having significant pain and discomfort after developing capsular contracture with a ruptured breast implant. She also desired a more natural looking breast shape as well as smaller implants. Implant exchange to shaped implants (MH 440cc) after capsule removal and PRP injections were performed to achieve the results she desired. This procedure was planned carefully around the large pacemaker present on her left chest wall.
Our patient had DCIS in her left breast. She had pre-existing breast implants. For her treatment, she chose to undergo a lumpectomy. Her breast reconstruction included implant exchange to smaller, newer implants as well as a breast lift to help fill in the defect created by the removal of the tumor.
Our patient diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in the left breast. She underwent planned bilateral areolar-sparing mastectomies. Her reconstruction was performed with shaped silicone breast implants Style MH 495cc placed at the time of the mastectomy, she then underwent further refinement of the reconstruction with fat grafting and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment after completion of radiation therapy on the left breast.
Our patient who had a left breast lumpectomy for breast cancer. Her reconstruction at the time of the mastectomy included tissue rearrangement to help lift and fill in the defect created by the lumpectomy. She then underwent right breast lift (reduction) for symmetry after completion of her radiation treatment.
Our patient who underwent a left breast lumpectomy for breast cancer. The tumor was quite large and left a significant indentation and deformity in the area. She had a breast implant and rearrangement of the existing breast tissue to help shape the breast at the time of the lumpectomy. She also underwent a breast augmentation and lift on the other breast for symmetry.
Our patient with breast cancer. She underwent a double mastectomy, with a skin reduction and lift, and simultaneous reconstruction with shaped silicone Style MH 620cc implants. She also underwent fat grafting, with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy after completing her chemotherapy. No radiation treatment was performed. She did not desire nipple reconstruction.
Our patient underwent bilateral nipple-sparing mastectomies for high genetic risk for breast cancer. She had immediate pre-pectoral breast reconstruction with silicone shaped Style MH 390cc implants and additional fat grafting performed with Platelet-Rich Plasma ( PRP ) treatment.