NYC plastic surgeon discusses mastectomy reconstruction
When patients in NYC have been diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be a scary and emotional time –especially when a mastectomy is considered. Women often feel less “feminine” following the removal of their breast, which is when they may decide to visit a plastic surgeon to discuss the possibility of reconstruction. Mastectomy reconstruction is popular because it rebuilds the breast for a more feminine appearance.
How does mastectomy reconstruction work?
Dr. Edmund Kwan is a Board-certified plastic surgeon through the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He provides reconstructive procedures such as mastectomy reconstruction to help women achieve a more feminine look following the removal of their breasts. There are several ways in which he can achieve these results. Some of the more popular methods of breast reconstruction include:
- Flap reconstruction
- Tram flap
- Latissimus Dorsi flap
- Tissue expansion
- Immediate implant placement
- Nipple/Areolar reconstruction
During a consultation appointment with Dr. Edmund Kwan, patients will be evaluated to determine the best possible option for their specific needs. One method may be more appropriate for one patient versus another, so working with a Board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss the best treatment option is desirable. There are several factors that need to be considered when choosing the right surgical intervention.
Schedule an appointment today!
Dr. Edmund Kwan is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon in the areas of Manhattan, Flushing, and New Jersey, assisting patients in NYC with a wide range of cosmetic and medical issues. If you live in the community and are seeking mastectomy reconstruction now is the time to contact one of his three conveniently located practices to discuss the possibilities of improving the body. Do not hesitate to schedule a consultation appointment, 718 661 4580 as we offer discreet, respectful services for women who are self-conscious about their appearance following a mastectomy.