Breast reconstruction is a procedure used to restore the look and feel of a woman’s breasts following a mastectomy. Patients interested in breast reconstruction surgery often have two options: immediate reconstruction and delayed reconstruction.
Immediate breast reconstruction occurs directly after the mastectomy is performed. Delayed reconstruction can instead occur weeks, months, or even years after mastectomy. Each option comes with its own pros and cons, and so this is a choice to be discussed during a consultation with experienced medical professionals.
To decide which option is best for you, contact us and arrange an appointment for a breast reconstruction consultation. Board-certified plastic surgeons Doctors Calvin Peters and Kendall Peters will explain your options in further detail based on your individual case.