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Information About Flap Reconstructions Procedures

Implant Reconstructions
Breast Cancer Reconstructions
Second Stage Reconstructions
Post-Mastectomy Reconstruction
Restoration of Breast Sensation

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6 FLAP RECONSTRUCTIONS PROCEDURES

Breast Reconstruction

Restore and reconstruct your beautiful breasts back to their natural shape and symmetry with breast reconstruction after having a removal surgery.

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DIEP Flap (Tummy Tuck Flap)

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

At ARBC, we provide reconstructive breast surgeries using your own tissues with DIEP flaps to restore your appearance after breast cancer surgery.

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PAP Flap (Medial Thigh Flap)

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

Our plastic surgeons can reconstruct your breast with tissue taken from the inner thigh with PAP (profunda artery perforator) surgery.

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LTP Flap (Lateral Thigh Flap)

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

When not enough tissue can be taken from the abdomen for a reconstruction, our plastic surgeons can use the outer thigh fat to do a LTP surgery.

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Composite Stacked Flap

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

A composite stacked flap surgery combines a patient’s own tissue, collected from several donor sites to reconstruct the breast.

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Oncoplastic Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 2 Weeks

When only a section of the breast is removed because of cancer, we perform oncoplastic lumpectomy reconstruction while saving healthy breast tissue.

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1 IMPLANT RECONSTRUCTIONS PROCEDURES

Direct-To-Implant

Recovery Time
3 – 4 Weeks

With a direct-to-implant breast reconstruction, you can have this procedure in tandem with the mastectomy.

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2 CORRECTIVE RECONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES

Corrective Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 6 Weeks

Patients, who have had breast reconstruction after cancer, may opt to have a corrective reconstruction after the first surgery to amend the breasts.

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Poland Syndrome Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 6 Weeks

Poland Syndrome is a rare but treatable birth defect our plastic surgeons can correct with reconstructive techniques to reconstruct the chest.

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1 BREAST CANCER RECONSTRUCTIONS PROCEDURES

Hereditary Breast Cancer Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 6 Weeks

We offer reconstructive services to women with risks for hereditary breast cancer, who may have a mastectomy to reduce the chances of breast cancer.

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2 SECOND STAGE RECONSTRUCTIONS PROCEDURES

Second Stage Surgery

Recovery Time
1 – 2 Weeks

Second stage surgery allows our talented plastic surgeons to fine tune the first reconstruction, and create natural looking results.

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Nipple Reconstruction

At ARBC, we provide nipple reconstruction and cosmetic 3D and 2D tattooing for our patients who had mastectomies where the nipple could not be saved.

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1 POST-MASTECTOMY RECONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES

Post-Mastectomy Lymphedema

Recovery Time
1 – 3 Weeks

We offer breast reconstruction patients post-mastectomy lymphedema alleviation surgery to help with the pain and swelling of this chronic condition.

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1 RESTORATION OF BREAST SENSATION PROCEDURES

Restoration of Breast Sensation

Nerve transfer improves the return of sensation to the reconstructed breast.

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PROCEDURES

Information About Flap Reconstructions Procedures

Flap Reconstruction

Breast Reconstruction

Restore and reconstruct your beautiful breasts back to their natural shape and symmetry with breast reconstruction after having a removal surgery.

Research

PAP Flap (Medial Thigh Flap)

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

Our plastic surgeons can reconstruct your breast with tissue taken from the inner thigh with PAP (profunda artery perforator) surgery.

Research

LTP Flap (Lateral Thigh Flap)

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

When not enough tissue can be taken from the abdomen for a reconstruction, our plastic surgeons can use the outer thigh fat to do a LTP surgery.

Research Photos

Composite Stacked Flap

Recovery Time
4 – 6 Weeks

A composite stacked flap surgery combines a patient’s own tissue, collected from several donor sites to reconstruct the breast.

Research Photos

Oncoplastic Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 2 Weeks

When only a section of the breast is removed because of cancer, we perform oncoplastic lumpectomy reconstruction while saving healthy breast tissue.

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Implant Reconstruction

Direct-To-Implant

Recovery Time
3 – 4 Weeks

With a direct-to-implant breast reconstruction, you can have this procedure in tandem with the mastectomy.

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Corrective Reconstruction

Corrective Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 6 Weeks

Patients, who have had breast reconstruction after cancer, may opt to have a corrective reconstruction after the first surgery to amend the breasts.

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Poland Syndrome Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 6 Weeks

Poland Syndrome is a rare but treatable birth defect our plastic surgeons can correct with reconstructive techniques to reconstruct the chest.

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Breast Cancer Reconstruction

Hereditary BC Reconstruction

Recovery Time
1 – 6 Weeks

We offer reconstructive services to women with risks for hereditary breast cancer, who may have a mastectomy to reduce the chances of breast cancer.

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Second Stage Reconstructions

Second Stage Surgery

Recovery Time
1 – 2 Weeks

Second stage surgery allows our talented plastic surgeons to fine tune the first reconstruction, and create natural looking results.

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Nipple Reconstruction

At ARBC, we provide nipple reconstruction and cosmetic 3D and 2D tattooing for our patients who had mastectomies where the nipple could not be saved.

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Post-Mastectomy Reconstruction

Post-Mastectomy Lymphedema

Recovery Time
1 – 3 Weeks

We offer breast reconstruction patients post-mastectomy lymphedema alleviation surgery to help with the pain and swelling of this chronic condition.

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Restoration of Breast Sensation

Restoration of Breast Sensation

Nerve transfer improves the return of sensation to the reconstructed breast.

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