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Frequently asked questions

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What is breast reconstruction?

Breast reconstruction is a surgical procedure designed to restore the shape, size, and appearance of one or both breasts following a mastectomy, lumpectomy, or other medical conditions affecting the breast.

Who is a candidate for breast reconstruction?

Candidates for breast reconstruction are typically individuals who have undergone mastectomy or lumpectomy due to breast cancer or other medical reasons and desire to restore their breasts’ appearance.

What are the different types of breast reconstruction?

Breast reconstruction can be categorized into implant-based reconstruction, autologous tissue reconstruction (using the patient’s own tissue), or a combination of both (hybrid reconstruction).

How is implant-based breast reconstruction done?

Implant-based reconstruction involves inserting silicone or saline implants to recreate the breast’s shape and volume. This can be done through a staged approach, often using tissue expanders to gradually stretch the skin.

What is autologous tissue breast reconstruction?

Autologous tissue reconstruction uses the patient’s own tissue from areas like the abdomen, buttocks, or thighs to reconstruct the breast, resulting in a natural look and feel.

What are the benefits of implant-based breast reconstruction?

Implant-based reconstruction is less invasive, has a shorter recovery time, and allows for a quicker reconstruction process compared to autologous tissue reconstruction.

What are the benefits of autologous tissue breast reconstruction?

Autologous tissue reconstruction provides a more natural-looking and feeling breast, with the added benefit of using the patient’s own tissue for the reconstruction.

Are there risks associated with breast reconstruction?

Yes, risks associated with breast reconstruction include infection, bleeding, implant complications, tissue flap failure (in autologous reconstruction), and scarring.

When can breast reconstruction be performed in relation to mastectomy?

Breast reconstruction can be done immediately after mastectomy (immediate reconstruction) or at a later time (delayed reconstruction) depending on the individual’s health, treatment plan, and preferences.

Is breast reconstruction covered by insurance?

In many cases, health insurance plans cover breast reconstruction procedures, including implant-based and autologous tissue reconstruction, as it is considered a part of the overall treatment for breast cancer. It’s important to check with your insurance provider for specific coverage details.

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