Yes it can be done, but requires the most careful judgement. It depends on the condition of the tissues, the amount and kind of lift required, the areas of scar and irradiation.
Consulting with a surgeon with considerable experience is essential. All the best.
Yes, breast lift can be performed on a patient who has had a lumpectomy with radiation, however it needs to be done very carefully and conservatively. The lumpectomy and radiation have an adverse affect on the blood supply to nipple areola complex.
Without seeing you in person and knowing more about the procedures that you have already had, it is hard to give you specific advice. However, after radiation, it is sometimes better to treat any defects with fat grafting, which can give a very natural look.
Can a breast lift be done after breast cancer treatment with surgery and radiotherapy?
I would be very cautious about advising a breast lift following breast cancer surgery and radiotherapy. The key issue is the long term effect of the radiotherapy on your breast.
Radiotherapy reduces blood supply and increases scarring. It is the blood supply that can potentially have devastating effects on further surgery to that breast. Your risk of wound healing complications and infection is significantly increased, as well as the risk to your nipple.
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