Breast Reconstruction

There are many reconstructive options after mastectomy or lumpectomy, from implants to autologous tissue transfer via microvascular surgery. Dr. Redstone specializes in a microvascular reconstructive procedure called DIEP (Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator) flap reconstruction, as well as other types of microvascular reconstruction, such as PAP, S-GAP, TUG, and I-GAP. Dr. Redstone has extensive experience with this type of breast reconstruction and makes it one of the primary focuses of his practice; please click here to see Dr. Redstone’s full informational section on this type of reconstruction.

Working with you and your breast cancer surgeon, Dr. Redstone will help you choose the type of reconstruction that best suits you, and will follow you through all stages of that reconstruction. Whether you are newly diagnosed with breast cancer or you are looking for revisional surgery years after your initial reconstruction, please call Dr. Redstone’s office; he and his staff are happy to help coordinate every aspect of your care. 

"Breast reconstruction is a long journey, and I enjoy being a part of it," says Dr. Redstone. "There is nothing more rewarding than seeing a woman battle cancer and win, and at the end of it all feel beautiful and whole again."

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