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Dr. Attkiss is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and a Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc. and a Castle Connolly Top Doctor in the New York Metro Area.

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BREAST RECONSTRUCTION

Every woman seeking breast reconstruction is unique. Most of the time, breast reconstruction is needed after the removal of the breast gland to treat an existing breast cancer.  In other women who have a strong family history of  breast cancer or who carry the BRCA gene, reconstruction follows a prophylactic mastectomy designed not to treat, but to reduce the future risk of developing breast cancer.  In yet others, reconstruction may be needed to address a defect following lumpectomy or a congenital problem.

PATIENT 11

 

Case #2140 - Breast Reconstruction history of right mastectomy without reconstruction 6 years prior developed breast cancer of left breast requiring mastectomy tissue expanders placed bilaterally (‘immediate’ on the left and ‘delayed’ on the right) with subsequent gel implant placement nipple-areolar reconstruction note benefit of history of right mastectomy without reconstruction 6 years prior developed breast cancer of left breast requiring mastectomy tissue expanders placed bilaterally (‘immediate’ on the left and ‘delayed’ on the right) with subsequent gel implant placement
nipple-areolar reconstruction note benefit of ‘immediate’ reconstruction in never having to experience the flat chest associated with mastectomy 

Patient Age: 64
Patient Height: 5’2
Patient Weight: 150 lbs

Individual results may vary.

PATIENT 12

Case #2145 

right mastectomy tissue expander/gel implant placement, right breast left breast augmentation and lift to improve symmetry

Patient Age: 39
Patient Height: 5’7
Patient Weight: 158 lbs

Individual results may vary.

PATIENT 13

Case #2150 

bilateral mastectomies (prophylactic on right) tissue expander/gel implant reconstruction nipple/areolar reconstruction

Patient Age: 37
Patient Height: 5’8
Patient Weight: 155 lbs

Individual results may vary.

PATIENT 14

Case #2155 

bilateral mastectomies (prophylactic on the right) tissue expander/gel implant reconstruction nipple/areolar reconstruction

Patient Age: 40
Patient Height: 5’2
Patient Weight: 120 lbs

Individual results may vary.

PATIENT 15

Case #2160

bilateral tissue expanders place by another surgeon gel implant placement (after expansion completed) nipple/areolar reconstruction

Patient Age: 31
Patient Height: 5’6
Patient Weight: 155 lbs

Individual results may vary.

PATIENT 16

Case #2165 

bilateral mastectomies (prophylactic on the left) tissue expander/gel implant reconstruction note that with a thin body habitus, a conservative implant helps to maintain proportion

Patient Age: 50
Patient Height: 5’6
Patient Weight: 118 lbs

Individual results may vary.

PATIENT 17

 

Case #2170

bilateral mastectomies (prophylactic on the left) tissue expander/gel implant reconstruction nipple/areolar reconstruction note that patient desired an increase in breast size

Patient Age: 39
Patient Height: 5’5
Patient Weight: 125 lbs

Individual results may vary.

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