Women Breast Reconstruction Surgery

Breast reconstruction is achieved through several different plastic surgery techniques that attempt to restore a breast to near normal shape, appearance, and size following a breast cancer diagnosis and mastectomy. Reconstructive surgery is generally covered by most health insurance policies, although coverage for specific procedures and levels of coverage may vary greatly. Breast reconstruction encompasses several different types of procedures that attempt to rebuild a breast's shape after a mastectomy. The specific type of reconstruction will depend on factors such as your age and body type. A woman’s breasts are integral to her sense of self and a diagnosis of breast cancer is life-changing. Breast reconstruction helps to restore both physical and emotional balance after the surgical treatment of breast cancer. During reconstruction, a plastic surgeon creates a breast shape using an artificial implant, a flap of tissue from another place on your body, or both. Surgery to reconstruct the breasts can be done at the time of the mastectomy or it can be done after the mastectomy incisions have healed and breast cancer therapy has been completed

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