Breast surgery

18 December 2011

Dear Doctor,
I was operated because of breast cancer 10 years ago. Unfortunately my breast had to be completely excenterated. An adjustable breast implant was inserted under the muscle, but over the years it has creased. I put on some weight because I was reached by menopause therefore the difference between my breasts has become significant. I always have to stuff my bra with textile insertions to make my breasts look alike to a certain degree.
My question is: is there any way of reconstructing my breast from my own tissues?
I look forward to your answer, which I thank you in advance!
Yours faithfully,
Erica


dr. Pataki Gergely

Dear Erica,

It would be irresponsibility on my part to advise anything in this matter without examining you or looking over your former medical findings.

There are several possibilities for the reconstruction and the symmetrisation of breasts. Also there are methods to use autologous (own) tissues. We can find the best together, in frame of a consultation.

I suggest that you should discuss the problem with a plastic surgeon. In so far as you think it would be my pleasure to help you.

All the best,

Dr. Greg Pataki

plastic surgeon, Head of Premium Plastic Surgery

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