Georgetown Breast Reconstruction Doctors and Reviews
Georgetown Breast Reconstruction cost
Average cost in US: $10,700
Average cost in Georgetown: $3,825
Georgetown Breast Reconstruction reviews
100% of Georgetown reviewers said Breast Reconstruction was worth it
When I found out about a 3rd option for breast reconstruction, BRAVA + AFT I was elated as I had read so many horror stories about breast reconstruction post radiation therapy such as implant and flap failure, numerous revision surgeries, multiple scars, and constant pain, none of which were appeallng. I also didn't like the idea of silicone or saline being placed in my body. This type of... more
After having a lumpectomy my breasts were completely lopsided. it took several years to gather up the courage to do so but once i met with dr scott haydon about a breast reduction, my worries subsided. the pain after the procedure was minimal. it was comparable to overdoing it at the gym. i was out of work for just one week and i was back to working out in less than five weeks. the... more
When I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, I decided on a Double Mastectomy and then reconstruction using expanders and then replacing them with Silicon. After interviewing numerous plastic surgeons in town, I decided on Dr. Haydon. And I'm glad I did. His office promptly set up the surgery for me, even though it was close to Christmas. After the surgery, Dr. Haydon came to visit me over the... more
Due to breast cancer Dr. Haydon performed a breast reconstruction imediatly following my masectomy. I am extremely happy with both the result and the process. My new breast are very nicely shaped proportioned; the scars are minimal and fading fast; the discomfort was really minimal considering the gravity of the surgery The care was amazing! more
I had a mastectomy on the right breast in 1997, with immediate reconstructive surgery with implants to both breasts. In 2010, I had a recurrence in the right breast and underwent radiation which affected my reconstruction. I had my implants removed and replaced and the tissue on the right breast "plumped" up and now have great range of motion with the right arm/chest which I did not have due... more
I am the daughter of a breast cancer survivor. I have a gene mutation called BRCA2 that significantly increases my risk of developing breast cancer. Even though I am in my 20s I knew I wanted my breasts removed in order to possibly save my life. It was a huge decision and one that was filled with fear and uncertainty. Looking back it was the best decision I could have made. I am so happy... more
I do have a lot to say and have a pretty good story. I don't consider myself a writer, but I think I just might give it a try. I have enjoyed reading the posts on this site. I am 50 years old and have had breast cancer 3 times. Twice on RS, back when I was 27/32. On left side, just this year. Now it is time to replace what is missing!! The date of 12/12/12 (hey, atleast i can't... more
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