Breast Reconstruction Bismarck


Diagnosis

Women with congenital deformities such as hypoplasia, constricted breasts or tuberous breasts may elect to have reconstruction.

Treatment

Insurance companies may or may not pay for the procedure. Occasionally the reconstruction may involve several steps with a tissue expander followed by a permanent implant.

Results

Exact symmetry is rarely achieved but appearance is greatly improved. As with all implants maintenance may be required over the years.

 

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Breast Reconstruction (Non-Cancer) Photos


Patient Case #2639

 This 20 year old woman has a congenital breast deformity where her right breast failed to grow. She had two operations to achieve the result in the after pictures. At the first surgery we placed a tissue expander to stretch the skin, and in the second surgery we placed a saline implant partly under the muscle. She is now able to wear a normal bra and bathing suit.

Patient Case #2327

 This 50 year old woman was born with a constricted, hypoplastic left breast. She under went bilateral breast augmentation with right mastopexy. A 540 cc saline implant was placed on the left and 450 cc on the right. She is 5’6 and over 200 lbs. She wore a 40A on the left and a 40B on the right. Post op pictures are shown at one year. She is now a D cup.

Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy Photos


Patient Case #5135

This 36 year old women, who is 5’4’’ and 120lbs  developed stage one cancer in the right breast. She underwent bilateral total mastectomy. She had chemo therapy and her chemo port can be seen. She had reconstruction with tissue expanders and fat transfer to chest. She had a 2ndsurgery to place silicone shaped textured 350cc implants on each side.

Patient Case #5134

This 45 year old women is 5’7’’ and 140lbs. She was diagnosed with left breast cancer 10 years ago. She had a left mastectomy and had reconstruction with a tissue expander and then a saline implant. Her right breast had a small implant placed with a mastopexy. She did well for years but slowly gained weight and her natural breast didn’t match her left side any more.

Her recent photos show her after a revision of her reconstruction with a larger anatomic shaped 555cc implant on the left with 200 cc of her body fat placed in the breast as well. Her right breast implant was changed to anatomic silicone 350cc.

Patient Case #4509

This 33 year old women had 2 children. She is 5’2’’ and 140lbs. She found out she had the BRCA 2 mutation after her mother died with breast cancer. She had prophylactic bilateral mastectomy and immediate reconstruction with tissue expanders and then silicone textured shaped implants. She had mentor, moderate plus profile implants, 445cc on each side. She also had 100cc fat transplanted to each breast. Her heart shaped, 3D nipple and areola tattoos were just completed. She is very pleased. It took 5 months from her first surgery to the last surgery.

Patient Case #2731

 This woman in her 40’s had life-long inverted nipples- even while pregnant. She is shown 3 months after correction. Scars are not visible and fortunately, she did not lose sensation.

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We believe that all of our patients — women and men — are on a similar journey; to look and feel their best, while living their healthiest and most youthful life. At Advanced Surgical Arts Center, Dr. D’Arcy Honeycutt and her team are standing by to learn more about your unique goals, aspirations and expectations. Contact us today to learn more, or to schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Honeycutt.

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Breast Implant Removal
Question: I have breast implants and want them removed. I do not want to replace them. What are my options?

Answer: Explantation, which is removal of breast implants, is becoming more common these days. Removing breast implants (as well as putting them in) is a major decision done for personal reasons. Some women want their breast implants out because their breasts have enlarged over the years. Some women are concerned about Breast Implant Illness. Others have had complications and feel the time and expense are not worth continuing with implants. If implants are removed, the breasts may look deflated or indented and saggy. Some women will accept this condition and others want a breast lift or fat transfer to improve the appearance. You can learn more at RealSelf: Real Reviews of Cosmetic Surgery - Find a Doctor Near You
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On behalf of Dr. Honeycutt and the entire staff at Advanced Surgical Arts Center, we thank you for visiting our website and considering our practice to facilitate your unique personal, emotional and aesthetic goals. Our highest priority is to maintain close relationships with our patients, and we consider it a privilege to be a part of their lives. We look forward to learning more about you, and to beginning a journey that will leave you looking and feeling healthy, happy and youthful.

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