- Reconstructive Surgery Photo Gallery
Reconstructive Surgery Photo Gallery
Lumpectomy and Radiation for breast cancer makes for an easier recovery than a mastectomy, but the indented breast scar in a radiated bed of tissues is not easy to fix. We performed fat for this patient, and 10 years later the correction is maintained.
The midline scar allowed easy access for hernia repair in conjunction with an aggressive abdominoplasty.
An abdominal hernia occurs when there is a hole in the fascia that contains the abdominal contents. Abdominoplasty can be an ideal opportunity to deal with the abdominal wall defect as well as the excess skin.
Toxaemia caused massive swelling during with woman's pregnancy, and she required major reconstruction to repair the stretched-out tissues