Breast Reconstruction Gallery
This patient had a history of a first breast cancer treated with a lumpectomy numerous years ago. She developed a breast scar and contracture, but chose not to treat it until she learned of a new small breast cancer of the same breast 5 years later. She decided on a mastectomy and reconstruction rather […]
Breast Reconstruction with Latissimus Dorsi Flap and Implants. Patient History: This 52 year old women underwent a lumpectomy for left breast cancer. Though her cancer was fully treated, the resultant scarring and contracture of tissue was unslightly and painful. She was constantly uncomfortable under left breast. Implants alone were not a good choice after lumpectomy, […]
The most natural results in breast reconstruction are those completed with versions of the TRAM flap. The Transverse Rectus Abdominal Musculocutaneous Flaps are designed to use the extra skin and fat of the abdomen to create the ideal soft and normal appearing breast. It’s the patient’s own tissue so implants are usually never needed. The […]
This patient initially had a lumpectomy and radiation for a right breast cancer. The shape was good but unfortunately she developed a recurrence of the cancer in her right breast. After radiation, implants are seldom a good option breast reconstruction due to the higher risk for hardness, scarring and capsule formation. This patient previously had […]
Breast Reconstruction with Latissimus Dorsi Flap
Photos in the photo gallery are Dr. David Goldberg’s cases.
Photos are examples of before and after surgery and individual result's may vary.