Breast Reconstruction and Plastic Surgery

If you're considering mastectomy for breast cancer treatment or risk reduction, the Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program in Pittsburgh, Pa., offers reconstructive and plastic surgery options.
Your breast cancer team will work alongside UPMC plastic surgeons to provide reconstructive surgical:
  • Evaluations
  • Consultations
  • Cae
You can choose to have breast reconstructive surgery immediately following your mastectomy procedure or at a later time.

Types of Reconstructive Breast Surgeries

Breast reconstruction procedures include:
  • Atologous flap
  • Pdicled and free TRAM flap
  • Dep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap
  • Tansverse upper gracilis (TUG) reconstruction
  • Guteal artery perforator (IGAP/SGAP)
  • Ltissimus dorsi flap
  • Posthetic implant
  • Patial breast (oncoplastic)

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