At Acme Hospital, we provide Breast Conservative and Reconstruction Surgeries for women with breast cancer. Breast Conservative Surgery (BCS) is a type of surgery that removes the cancer while leaving as much normal breast as possible. BCS is also known as lumpectomy, partial mastectomy, or segmental mastectomy, depending on how much tissue is removed1. BCS is usually followed by radiation therapy to destroy any remaining cancer cells and reduce the risk of recurrence
Breast Reconstruction Surgery (BRS) is a type of surgery that restores the shape and appearance of the breast after BCS or mastectomy (surgery that removes the entire breast). BRS can be done at the same time as BCS or mastectomy (immediate reconstruction), or later (delayed reconstruction). BRS can use implants or your own tissue (flaps) to rebuild the breast
Some of the benefits of Breast Conservative and Reconstruction Surgeries are:
- They can preserve or improve the cosmetic outcome and quality of life of women with breast cancer
- They can reduce the psychological distress and emotional impact of losing a breast
- They can offer similar survival rates as mastectomy for women with early stage breast cancer
Our team of highly qualified and experienced breast surgeons and plastic surgeons are committed to providing you with the best possible care. We use the latest techniques and equipment to ensure the safety and comfort of our patients. We also offer comprehensive preoperative and postoperative care, as well as emergency services for urgent cases.
If you have any questions or concerns about our Breast Conservative and Reconstruction Surgeries, please feel free to contact us. We are always ready to assist you and provide you with the best possible service. Thank you for choosing Acme Hospital as your trusted partner in your health.