This 47 year old had a attempted lumpectomy, but had positive margins. She opted to have bilateral mastectomies and tissue expanders followed by permanent silicone implants with nipple areolar reconstruction.
This patient was a 34 year old with the BRCA 2 gene mutation who decided to have have bilateral "nipple sparing" mastectomies. She underwent bilateral mastectomies with tissue expander placement. She had permanent silicone implants placed three months later.
This patient was a 27 year old with the BRCA 1 gene mutation who decided to have bilateral "nipple sparing" mastectomies. She underwent bilateral mastectomies with tissue expander placement. She had permanent silicone implants placed three months later.
This 47 year old was interested in a delayed reconstruction of her right breast. Her first stage was a right latissimus flap with a tissue expander and a left mastopexy. Her reconstruction was completed with placement of silicone implants and a right nipple areolar reconstruction.
This 42 year old developed a left breast cancer following an augmentation mastopexy. In order to maintain her breast volume, she underwent bilateral latissimus flaps with tissue expanders at the time of her mastectomies. Subsequently, her expanders were replaced with 700cc round, smooth silicone implants.
This 44 year old underwent bilateral nipple-sparing mastectomies for a left breast cancer. Tissue expanders were placed at the time of her mastectomies and subsequently replaced with 740 cc cohesive gel (gummy bear) implants.
This 29 year old woman was BRCA positive and had breast cancer. She 5'11" and weighed 150 pounds. Tissue expanders were placed at the time of her bilateral nipple-sparing mastectomies. Three months later, she 655cc cohesive gel ("Gummy Bear") implants placed.
This 36-year-old woman was found to have a gene that causes breast cancer (BRCA.) Due to a very high risk of developing breast cancer, she elected to have bilateral skin-sparing mastectomies with simultaneous latissimus flaps and tissue expanders. At a second stage, she had silicone implants placed and had nipple areolar reconstruction.
This 21 year old was interested in bilateral mastectomies and reconstruction after she found out she had the BRCA-2 mutation. Both her grandmother and mother had had advanced breast cancer and she wished to prevent its occurrence in her. She was 5'2" and weighed 145 pounds.
This 70-year-old woman was 5'8", 180 pounds,and had a small left breast cancer in the setting of breast hypertrophy. In order to preserve her breasts, treat her cancer and reduce her breast size, she underwent a left partial mastectomy and reconstruction using "oncoplastic" techniques in a breast reduction pattern. Her treatment was completed with radiation therapy to the left breast.