Breast reconstruction patients are usually breast cancer survivors who have undergone mastectomy or women born with congenital breast deformities.
In either case, women seeking breast reconstruction come to the Institute for Advanced Reconstruction at the New Jersey Plastic Surgery Center for expert care to restore or create a natural figure to their bodies.
People come to our practice for natural, artful breast reconstruction surgery to restore their feminine figures. The skilled plastic surgeons at The Plastic Surgery Center employ several distinct breast reconstruction methods including: tissue expansion, pedicled TRAM flap, latissimus flap, free TRAM flap, and DIEP flap. The breast reconstruction surgeons at our New Jersey practice are able to produce beautiful, natural results for women with a variety of different body types by selecting the surgical method that is best for each woman’s own particular needs and aesthetic preferences.
A TRAM Flap
Uses donor muscle, fat and skin from a woman’s abdomen to reconstruct the breast.
Latissimus Dorsi Flap
Uses muscle, fat and skin from the back tunneled to the mastectomy site and remains attached to its donor site, leaving blood supply intact.