Prophylactic Mastectomy Reconstruction in BRCA positive young female

Procedure Details

A beautiful, active 30 year old female with a strong family history of breast cancer and who tested gene positive for BRCA gene was referred for bilateral prophylactic mastectomy reconstruction. A nipple sparing mastectomy reconstruction was completed in one surgery through an infra-mammary incision to avoid scarring on the breast and silicone implants were placed above the muscle in the pre-pectoral plane. Pre-pectoral reconstruction allows for a quicker recovery, less narcotic pain medication usage, and minimizes risk of future animation deformity.


NCPS Washington, D.C.

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