Skin-Sparing Mastectomy

A skin-sparing mastectomy is a technique that preserves as much of the patient’s breast skin as possible. During a skin-sparing mastectomy, the surgeon removes only the skin of the nipple, areola, and the original biopsy scar. Then the surgeon removes the breast tissue through the small opening that is created. The remaining pouch of skin provides the best shape and form to accommodate an implant or a reconstruction using your own tissue. Many women are not candidates for nipple-sparing mastectomy will choose this type of mastectomy in order to get the most realistic and pleasing results from immediate breast reconstruction.

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