Frisco Breast Reconstruction Doctors and Reviews
Frisco Breast Reconstruction cost
Average cost in US: $11,875
Average cost in Frisco: $7,400
Frisco Breast Reconstruction reviews
100% of Frisco reviewers said Breast Reconstruction was worth it
I was interested in DIEP Flap because I've had 2 kids, had gained a bit of weight, and saw it as a good opportunity to not only start over with a new body, but also have breasts created from my own tissue rather than implants. Keeping my own nipples was very important to me rather than having reconstructed nipples. Because I had very large breasts prior to my mastectomy (36H), I met with one... more
Exactly 30 days out of a double mastectomy to due to DCIS, which had spread quickly per the pathology, and after every medical professional said I only had atypical hyperplasia until after my lumpectomy and the cancer was found and even the surgeon was shocked, I cringe when I think what would have happened if I had waited any longer. The surgeon thinks the outcome would have been much... more
My story begins in 2008 when I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer at the age of 52. I endured a double mastectomy with expanders, chemo, and radiation, expander removal and implant replacement and nipple reconstruction. I was just about at the end of my reconstruction when my I contracted an infection in my right implant and was hospitalized once again. The doctors tried to save it... more
From the first day I met him, I knew I was in the right place. He has such a caring demeanor!! He not only saw my disfigurement but I really felt like he too felt the emotional pain that I tried so hard to keep hidden from the world. Since that day, he and I have been through a TRAM Flap 10 hour surgery, a couple of minor surgeries to tweak things and get them just right, nipple... more
Both of my breasts were removed due to cancer by Dr. Jan Bussy, one year later I had reconstruction done by Dr. Khan in Fort Worth. It was a big disappointment, my breasts were hard, had no projection, were too big around, clevage was many inches apart, plus Dr. K said the nipple graft "didn't take" (I never did figure out where the donor site was). After hearing several Fort Worth PS ask... more
I still need a few nips and tucks here and there!Its been 3 months since my DIEP Flap procedure and Im feeling pretty good although I still need some fat grafting done but I have this hard ball on my right breast that I was told was fat necrosis which should soften up...Was wondering if anyone who has had the DIEP done if they encounterd this problemIts been almost 7 months since my DIEP Flap... more
Dr. M was my surgeon for breast reconstruction after a mastectomy for breast cancer. I was so worried and scared about the diagnosis when I went to my first appointment with him, but by the end of that visit, most of my concerns were gone. He is the kindest, most caring and compassionate doctor I have ever met. He took the time to discuss all the options I was considering and gave me full... more
Having had bilateral breast cancer I opted for double mastectomy with reconstruction. My biggest pro to this decision was not having to worry about cysts and tumors which I have dealt with since I was 16 years old. I am now 54 years old and it was the best decision I could have made for my health and emotional well being. I was fortunate to be able to opt for immediate reconstruction with... more
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